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Visit Tucson Estimates it Had $213 Million Impact in 2016

Report by the tourism office measured only directly attributable travel to the area.

Some Employers Refusing to Pay Undocumented Workers

Federal officials say they will sue employers that don't pay workers, regardless of immigration status.

Census Bureau: Arizona's Imports, Exports Drop in 2016

Dollar value of goods moving in and out of the state decreased slightly year-over-year.

Rare Arizona Turtle to Join Endangered Species List

US Fish and Wildlife says the reptile is in danger of extinction.

Interior Recommendation: No Reductions to Arizona Monuments

Conservationists condemned Zinke's suggested reductions to other sites, saying it could set troubling precedent.

Rep. Raúl Grijalva Arrested in New York

Congressman joined pro-immigrant protest outside Trump Tower.

Earth's Gravity to Slingshot Asteroid-Bound Spacecraft to Target Friday

Maneuver uses Earth's gravity rather than fuel to put OSIRIS-REx on course.

Funding Opens Next Phase of Project to Digitize Arizona's Historic Newspapers

The effort aims to increase the accessibility of newspapers that provide a window to the transition to early statehood and beyond.

Episode 333: A Lawsuit Over Rising Education Costs

Attorney General Brnovich sues the Board of Regents for increasing tuition at Arizona universities.

Pima County to Get Regular Air-Quality Forecasts

State environmental department to provide a 5-day outlook for the county.

UA Telescope Gets First Look at OSIRIS-REx

Spacecraft passing Earth soon for slingshot to asteroid Bennu.

Flu Season Off to an Early Start on UA Campus

Almost 40 cases diagnosed; exact origin unknown.

USGS: Wildfire-Caused Erosion Endangers Western Watersheds

Denuded landscapes allow sediment to soak up or contaminate run-off.

State Park Benefits from Summer Monsoon

Rain adds welcome water to the popular destination.

Episode 332: STEM Education For Blind Students

Exploring methods to enrich education for those with visual impairments. Plus, DACA expires in 6 months.

Episode 154: Tucson Helps Harvey Victims

Plus, a visit to a research site on Tumamoc Hill, and a city decision about guns seized in investigations.

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