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Senate Debate; CD3 Snapshot; Elections Roundtable

Plus, an interview with U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Kyrsten Sinema.

UA Tree-Ring Researchers Add to Climate Study

Tracked expansion of the tropics; linked it to Sonoran drought

Bike Ridership On the Rise in Tucson

Tucson bike commuters and pedestrians are counted each October to help inform local transportation planning.

Major Mining Conference Coming to Hermosillo

More than 300 companies from all over the world will have a presence at the 13th International Mining Congress.

Arizona Ballot Initiatives Explained

A breakdown of what all those ballot propositions are about.

UA, Microsoft Working to Make Data Centers Sustainable

The 'Cloud' uses as much power as 6,000,000 homes

'Fix Our Roads' Bond Detractors Say Better County Management Needed

Proposition 463 is a $430 million bond proposed by the county to fix 2,200 miles of roads.

Voters to Decide on $225M Bond Plan to Improve Tucson Parks

The city's bond package would borrow to pay for improvements to most of Tucson's parks as well as pedestrian and bicycling mobility projects.

Tucson Unified Considering Future of Early Learning Centers

The schools have one month to create a plan to break even.

CD3 Candidates See Separate Paths Forward on Immigration

One of 9 U.S. House districts that border Mexico, the topic looms large in Southwestern Arizona.

Thousands in Arizona to Participate in Earthquake Drill

Participants in the Great Arizona ShakeOut will learn how to protect themselves in the event of an earthquake.

Concert Series Aims To Celebrate and Preserve Local Monastery

Multiple choirs come together to raise money and awareness

Colorado River Reservoirs Start Water Year At Lowest Point in 40 Years

The reservoirs haven't been at 47 percent capacity since they were filled.

Voters to Decide on Bonds and Overrides to Fund Schools

Education advocates hope teachers' movement will make a difference.

Debate: McSally Accuses Sinema of Promoting 'Treason'

2003 radio interview is the focus of the accusation.

New Nogales Port Director Says Facial Recognition Will Speed Up Border Crossing

In addition to new technology, 70 customs agents are being trained to head to the Nogales port.

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