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City of Tucson Shuts Down Homeless Camp

Cites health code violations and illegal use of property

More Bighorn Sheep Restored to Historical Ranges

Arizona Game and Fish continues to re-establish the species.

Sonoran Leadership Welcomes Ducey’s Re-election

The governor of the Mexican state highlighted Ducey's support for the so-called Arizona-Sonora Megaregion.

Busy I-10 Rest Stop Opens After Closing for Almost a Year

Multimillion-dollar renovation complete, the Sacaton stop is the only rest area between Casa Grande and Phoenix.

Familiar Name Will Lead Kirkpatrick Staff

Ron Barber is out of retirement to join the Kirkpatrick team.

Grijalva Promises Investigations Into Trump Appointees

Democrats take control of the House in January, which will bring changes to the relationship with the White House.

Trump Promises Migrant Tent Cities; Family Releases Continue in Arizona

The president said he will order massive tent cities to hold migrants, while authorities continue to release families.

Tucson Police Focusing on Opioids

The department wants other law enforcement agencies to join their efforts.

Impasse Over Who Loses Water, and How Much, Could Sink Arizona Drought Planning

A water dispute is playing out between Central Arizona cities, tribes and farms.

State Enters 2nd Election Without Updates to Procedures Manual

Complaint from counties led to the governor declining to approve the update.

Releases of Migrant Families Expands Along Southwest Border

The government has been releasing hundreds of undocumented immigrant families in Arizona.

Sen Jon Kyl on Drought, Nuclear Treaties and Trade

The senator from Arizona made his first official trip to Tucson.

Trade War Helps Local Food Bank

Millions of pounds of extra food is on the way to Southern Arizona.

Southwest Key to Pay $73K Fine, Give Up Licenses for 2 Shelters

The operator of immigrant children shelters will also stop taking in children in Arizona until the state OKs it.

Education Board Adopts New History, Science Standards

The revisions include edits following an outcry over how the draft standards addressed evolution.

Mexico Underlines Sovereignty Amid Tweets on Migrant Caravan

Officials from both countries denied Trump had any influence on Mexico's immigration policy.

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