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Grijalva asks feds to 'respect tribal lands' during border construction

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is asking the Department of Homeland Security to formally consult with the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Trump administration wins appeal, pushes border fence projects forward

A lower court had stopped construction on 175 miles of the southwest border in areas along all four border states.

Planning for a future with less Colorado River water

A new book sheds light on mistakes of the past while Arizona gears up for the next round of negotiations.

Mayor Romero creates task force on gun violence

The newly elected mayor also joined a national group of city leaders working to end gun violence.

Help wanted, and wanted, and wanted: Census to hire 57,000 in Arizona

Most of the jobs in Arizona involve going door to door to interview people who have not filled out the census form.

Navajo request federal funding to hire coroners

If successful, the tribe will be the first in the country with such a department.

Feds waived environment, other regs on 90 miles of state border in 2019

The waivers were aimed at streamlining wall construction on nearly one-quarter of Arizona's border with Mexico.

Conservationists: Mexican government failing to protect vaquita

They say Mexico has not been able to curb illegal fishing in the Sea of Cortez that threatens the nearly extinct porpoise.

Military funding bill includes money for Arizona installations, A-10 repairs

The legislation does not return money diverted from Fort Hauchuca for border wall construction.

Interior secretary announces study impacting Colorado River water talks

States are set to begin negotiations next year over a new set of agreements about the river's future.

US government loses two border fence funding lawsuits

Together, they block nearly $4 billion in military funds to build a new border fence.

Rep. Raúl Grijalva on impeachment, USMCA and climate change

The Arizona congressman sat down with Christopher Conover at AZPM in November.

Senate bill could roll back tribal authority in domestic violence cases

It's one of two U.S. Senate bills that would renew the Violence Against Women Act.

Mexican consul in Tucson is raising eyebrows

The recently arrived diplomat from Mexico is allegedly holding partisan meetings at his office.

Sinema sponsors bill to help cover cost of family leave

The bill is a bipartisan proposal with White House support.

Tucson City Council could call for end of "remain in Mexico" policy

The message to the president is supported by by Romero and Kozachick.

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