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Three Things to Know About Colorado River Plans in the Works

Climate change is growing the gap between the river’s supply, and the demands in the communities that rely on it.

Grijalva Promises Investigations Into Trump Appointees

Democrats take control of the House in January, which will bring changes to the relationship with the White House.

McSally-Sinema Senate Race Too Close to Call

The two were separated by a small fraction of the votes tabulated, with hundreds of thousands of ballots uncounted.

Troops Installing Razor Wire Along Arizona Border

The soldiers arrived as part of the domestic military deployment announced by the U.S. government last week.

Dems Have Taken the House. What's in Store for Arizona's Delegation?

Kirkpatrick and Grijalva look forward to a congressional term in the majority.

Kirkpatrick Returns to Congress, This Time Representing CD2

The Democrat defeated Republican Lea Marquez Peterson in the Southern Arizona district.

Ducey to Keep Governor's Seat Until 2022

The incumbent pulled ahead in the polls toward the end of the education-focused campaign.

Arizona Election a Mixed Bag for Tucson Education Advocates

Members of Tucson's #RedforEd movement gathered to watch the races most important to them.

Senate, Southern Arizona Congressional Races

Updates on the races for representation in Washington.

Gov Ducey Wins Re-election

Democratic challenger David Garcia faces Republican incumbent Gov. Doug Ducey.

State Ballot Initiatives: School Vouchers, Clean Energy and More

Results for ballot measures impacting the state of Arizona.

Local Ballot Initiatives: Roads, Parks and Elections

Results on ballot measures for Tucson and Pima County.

Migrant Caravan Arrives in Mexico City

Hundreds rest on their way to the U.S. border. Thousands more are expected to arrive throughout the week.

UA Researchers Developing Plastic-Based Solar Cells

The group is working on on organic, lower-cost solar power collectors

Study: Tomato Imports Lead to Billions Of Dollars, Thousands Of Jobs

Researchers found that produce grown elsewhere has a big impact on the U.S. economy.

CBP Readies for Troops, Migrant Caravan

Federal troops started arriving over the weekend in Tucson.

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