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AP: US Law, Flawed System Drive Central American Youth to Migrate

90,000 expected to cross in federal fiscal year; analysis shows little deportation risk seen once children arrive.

Arizona economy

Report: AZ State Tax Revenues $55M Below Budget

May tax withholding fell short of expectations, financial analysts say; state spending remains below forecast.

The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

House Speaker Asks Obama to Send Troops to Border

Boehner says it's best way to deal with 'national security and humanitarian crisis' of Central American youth.

Pima Gets $3.2M to Compensate Fed Held Land Losses

County gets no property tax revenue; counties in AZ being paid total of $34.5 million under program.

AZ's Unemployment Rate Drops in May

Downward trend continues, accompanied by loss of jobs in private sector; growth in education, health services, hospitality.

AZ Week: 'What's Wrong at Point of Origin?' for Migrant Children

Nogales Mayor Garino suggests US communicate with unaccompanied kids' native countries for solutions.

Clean Elections: Horne Campaign Complaints Merit Investigation

Commission also denied Secretary of State Bennett's request to appear in voter ed ads.

Feds Revive Background Checks for Migrant Youth Guardians

Proceedings resume amid concerns by immigrant advocates that skipping fingerprints could put children at risk.

Not Guilty Plea From Man Charged in BP Agent Brian Terry Murder

One of six associated with murder extradited from Mexico, charged in Tucson federal court.

City Tries to Promote Streetcar With Free Passes for UA

University employees, students expected to make up more than 50% of streetcar riders.

Child sleeps in one of the holding areas for Central American kids shelter in Nogales, Ariz.

Inside the Nogales Shelter Housing 1,000 Children

Hear AZPM reporter Fernanda Echavarri's description of youngsters, conditions in Border Patrol facility.

UPDATE: Arpaio Vows to Continue Business Raids Despite Challenge

Immigration advocates filed a lawsuit earlier today against sheriff's tactics, allege these are discriminatory.

Tom Horne, AZ Superintendent of Public Instruction

New Horne Campaign Accusations Investigation May Be Underway

Ex-staffer for attorney general alleges his executive staff did election campaign work on state time.

Bennett Shouldn't Be in Voter Ed Ads, Clean Elections Director Says

Argues could be considered campaign related because secretary of state is running for governor.

San Pedro River

Project Aims to Detain Rainwater to San Pedro River Aquifers

Goal is to have water make its way into river, keeping it flowing even in dry seasons.

Interim Tucson City Manager Martha Durkin

Tucson Appoints Interim City Manager

Assistant manager promoted to temporary position during national search for new city admin.

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