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Lawsuit: State Improperly Reduces Immigrant Health Care

Up to 3,500 refugees, asylum seekers and immigrant crime victims may be affected.

McCain: Torture Is un-American, and Trump Is Wrong about It

Republican senator says it's No. 1 issue on which he disagrees with presidential candidate.

Tucson's Rio Nuevo OKs Loan for Long-Dormant 'Thrifty Block'

Developer Bourn, who bought lot from city for $100, gets final financing.

Downtown Rebound: Building the Infrastructure

Part 4: Can downtown Tucson reach the plateau it's aiming for, and stay there?

Two children enjoying their time with the summer programs offered at the Children's Museum.

Children's Museum of Tucson Celebrates 30 Years Saturday

The attraction will have special festivities to mark anniversary, including reduced admission.

Giffords, Kelly to Speak at Democratic Convention

Message: 'Elect somebody who will keep communities safe from gun violence.'

Three in Tucson Poisoned by Mercury in Skin Cream

Product came from Mexico; health officials warn consumers to take precautions.

2011 has been designated as the international year of the bat, and there are concerted efforts to inform the public about the importance of these creatures.

Wildlife Officials Seek Volunteers to Help Count Bats

Bat count is an annual attempt to get estimates of population of two species.

Downtown Rebound: A Tale of Two Tucson Businesses

Part 5: As downtown rediscovers its place, some businesses move in, others depart.

Downtown Rebound: Tax Breaks Drive Tucson Business Boom

Part 3: Temporary tax relief draws developers, generates more city revenue.

Nightlife and entertainment in Downtown Tucson

Downtown Rebound: Tucson Entertainment Finds Life

Part 2: Eat, drink and be merry attitude leading the renaissance of Tucson's historical center.

A streetcar moves through downtown Tucson.

Downtown Rebound: How Did Tucson Get Here?

Part 1: Downtown has boomed before, but after a multi-decade downturn, it's on the rise.

TUSD to Talk Bullying and Bullying Prevention at Forum

Event at Palo Verde HS will feature speakers, workshops and a resource fair.

A woman waits for the streetcar on April 5, 2016.

Tucson Streetcar Marks Two Years, Two Million Riders

Passenger trends emerge, including - no surprise - summer as slowest time of year.

UA Research Finds Trees May Absorb Less CO2

North American forest growth slowing because of climate change, tree ring study reveals.

Republican Supervisors Candidates in Districts 1, 4

Primary voters have Ray Carroll's seat to fill and a challenge to incumbent Ally Miller.

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