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Demonstrators Attend Meeting Over UA Handling of Border Patrol Protesters

The meeting marks the latest in the controversy over a March protest of Border Patrol by three students, who were issued citations by UA Police.

UA Architecture Grads Forecast Future Effects of Climate Change

The projects were honored for designing innovative solutions for San Francisco Bay area.

Previewing the 2020 Election

A look at how Arizona's political parties are already strategizing and planning for the next election.

Arizona Senate Votes to Form Task Force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The Arizona House and Senate passed HB 2570, a bill that would align data collection between city, state and tribal law enforcement.

Effort Aims to Help Local Governments Understand and Apply Climate Data

The Science for Climate Action Network wants help cities and states adapt and respond to climate change.

Arizona Tribes Challenge Permit for Open-Pit Copper Mine

A complaint, jointly filed in U.S. District Court by the Tohono O'odham Nation, Pascua Yaqui Tribe and Hopi Tribe, is challenging the permit issued to Rosemont Copper Company.

Vice President Pence to Visit Nogales Thursday

The visit comes at a time when Homeland Security has no clear leaders at the highest positions.

Fire Danger Warnings Cover Much of Southern Half of Arizona

Tucson and Phoenix are included in the "red flag" warning areas.

Nearly $1B in Contracts Awarded for Border Fence Sections

The removal and replacement projects will replace vehicle fencing with pedestrian fencing.

Astronomers Reveal First Image of a Black Hole

The picture, assembled from data gathered by eight radio telescopes around the world, shows the hot, shadowy lip of a supermassive black hole

Health Researcher: Asylum-Seeking Migrants Pose No Threat to Public Health

UA College of Public Health researcher says more migrants from Guatemala are immunized than people from Arizona.

Legislature Eyes Changes to Southern Arizona County Lines

The Legislature could create a study commission to look at changing the border between Santa Cruz Cochise counties

In Colorado River’s Final Hundred Miles, Small Signs of Life Return

In recent years, the U.S. and Mexico have begun committing resources to restore portions of the final hundred miles of the dried-out delta.

As the Colorado River Basin Dries, Can an Accidental Oasis Survive?

As the fate of the Colorado River's delta is in the hands of many groups, inadvertent wetland Ciénega de Santa Clara has an uncertain future.

Five Years Later, Effects of Colorado River Pulse Flow Still Linger

While many effects were short-lived, it had a lasting impact on the imaginations of those connected to the river delta.

Tariff on Mexican Cars Could Mean Loss for Arizona Companies

The UA Eller College of Management reports the auto industry is the backbone of Mexico manufacturing.

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