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Navajo Nation Wins Appeal in Indian Child Welfare Act Case

The Arizona Court of Appeals decided the juvenile court did not meet the requirements of the act.

Nonprofit Receives $425K to Continue Fair Housing Work

The Southwest Fair Housing Council says funds will be used to combat housing discrimination and educate the public about fair housing.

Another Grand Canyon Visitor Dies in Fall From Edge

Officials said about 12 people die each year within the park, which draws millions of visitors a year.

Mexico Says 300K US-Bound Migrants Entered Country in First 3 Months of 2019

The interior secretary said there has been a change in the flow of migrants entering Mexico.

Campus Conversation Looks at Free Speech, Border Patrol Presence

A March incident brought protests and calls for resignations on the UA campus.

Arizona Joins 47 Other States With Cellphone-Driving Law

The move follows recent deaths and a wave of restrictions enacted by local governments across the state.

Charges Dropped Against UA Students Who Protested Border Patrol on Campus

Pima County declined to prosecute; the UA code of conduct investigation continues.

Pima Association of Governments Asking for Feedback on Road Projects

The list of improvement plans for 2020-2024 are available for public review.

Report: New NAFTA Would Bring Growth, Employment Gains

An analysis found auto jobs would increase slightly, though vehicle costs could also rise.

Biodiversity Roadmap Calls For Conserving Ecosystems to Save the World

An author of the study says preservation is essential to meeting carbon goals and to stabilizing vital, interconnected systems.

$220M Available to Small Businesses to Clean Up Navajo Uranium Mines

The funding comes from a $1.7 billion settlement from a company that mined the region.

City of Tucson Steps In As Nonprofit Migrant Shelters Reach Capacity

The Tucson city manager's office says that for now, it will work with the nonprofit community to relieve the overflow of migrants being dropped off by Border Patrol.

Arizona Lawmakers Wade Into Tomato Fight

State lawmakers are defending Arizona's agriculture industry

Campus Free Speech; Occupational Licensing Law; Summer Childhood Development

Plus, tips from the BBB of Southern Arizona about how to vet licensed professionals.

Arizona Schools Struggle to Find Footing With National Testing Standards

The U.S. Department of Education says the state is out of compliance.

Arizona Lawmakers OK Ban on Using Cellphones While Driving

The 44-16 vote on the toughest of three proposals comes after years of inaction by the Republican-controlled Legislature.

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