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Nogales Officials Threaten to Sue the Government Over Border Razor Wire

The mayor and council passed a resolution to demand the razor wire come down.

Arizona Lawmakers Ready Changes to How English Language Learners are Taught

The House and Senate are poised to pass bill changing how ELL students are taught.

Two Bills Could Set New Minimum Age for Tanning Salons

Sponsors of the proposals have spent nearly a decade trying to get the restrictions put into law.

Arizona Legislator Looks to Make Sex Ed More Inclusive

Current laws limit instruction pertaining to homosexuality.

Pima County Supervisors Approve Sale of $25M in Road Bonds

The bond plan is earmarked to fund voter-approved roadway improvement projects.

Nogales Officials Want Border Wall's Razor Wire Removed

The City Council passed a resolution condemning installation of new razor wire covering the wall passing through downtown.

Arizona Senate Bill Would Change Rules for Early Ballots

The Senate gave preliminary approval to a bill that changes how some mail-in ballots are handled.

UA Sets Up Corporation to Develop Defense Technology

The organization will operate separately from the university as a nonprofit.

Lawmakers Look to Bolster Oversight of Care Facilities After Rape

The legislation would require certain facilities to apply for a license.

New Mexico Governor Pulls National Guard Troops From Border

The move challenges President Trump's description of a border undergoing a security crisis.

Downtown Tucson Partnership Chair Joins Mayor's Race

Randi Dorman brings the candidate count to six in the race to replace outgoing Mayor Jonathan Rothschild.

Need for Special Ed Teachers Stands Out in Ongoing General Shortage

The UA hopes its efforts will help introduce education students to special ed programs.

Court: Arizona Lawmakers Can't Block Local Employee-Benefit Laws

The court upheld a ruling to toss a law that attempted to bar cities from enacting laws disliked by legislators.

Former Governor of Sonora Released From Jail

Guillermo Padrés had been held in Mexico City since 2016 over charges of money laundering and organized crime.

Nogales Mayor Wants Border Razor Wire Down

The mayor says the wire poses a danger to Arizona residents.

UA Students Explore World of International Reporting With Visiting Journalist

British reporter Joanna Lillis emphasized truth, fairness and objectivity.

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