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Arizona Unemployment Went Up Slightly in June

Seasonal job losses in government/leisure and hospitality sectors key factor in uptick

Scientists Celebrate First Close Up Pictures of Pluto

UA researcher among mission controllers viewing New Horizons images

An arial view of the Santa Cruz River near Marana.

Federal Agency to Fund Water Resources Study

Goal is to find ways to meet future demands for Southeastern Arizona

Crowd gathers at state Capitol Monday, Jan. 5, 2015, for gubernatorial inauguration.

Non-Profit Group Helps Tucson Voters Become Politically Active

The Arizona Justice Alliance teaches voters to not be intimidated by the legislative process

Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath

Petition to Recall OV Mayor Successful

Could join three town council members in November election

Pima County Wants Ideas for New Animal Shelter

Officials are seeking community input at meeting next Thursday

Volunteers Say Water Tanks in Arizona Desert ‘Are Still Saving Lives’

Humane Borders says water is being used and relationship with Border Patrol is good

Piano Bar Brings Business, Song to Downtown Tucson

Downtown Tucson's new musical diversion reconnects to the past.

The Western Little League Majors All Star team practices at Joaquin Murrieta Park on June 19, 2015. The team will have its first state tournament game on Thursday, July 16 in Claypool, Ariz.

Little League Tournament Play Heats Up

All Star teams advance to state and regional tournaments

Tucson at rush hour.

Arizona One of Two States Without Law Against Texting While Driving

State Senator Steve Farley says he'll make his 10th attempt to pass a state ban next year

On this day the Western Navajo Nation Juvenile Detention Center's courtyard is empty. The tribe can't afford rehabilitative services or treatment for its youth.

Reports: Juvenile Justice System Fails Native Youth

One said state courts are twice as likely to incarcerate Native teens for minor crimes

Kelli Ward to Challenge McCain in 2016 Senate Race

A Republican has entered the U.S. Senate race forcing a primary.

Immigrant students with temporary work permits get scholarship for PCC.

Nonprofit Gives Scholarships to Immigrant Students with Temporary Permits

Fundación México working with Pima Community College and Mexican government

ASU Researchers Challenge Smell Study

Research claims human noses can detect a trillion different smells

Downtown Tucson's First Grocery in Decades Opens to Public

Owners say the business represents a turning point for downtown's revitalization

Lightning-Caused Fire Near Catalina State Park Grows

Buster Mountain Fire visible from NW Tucson, but not near any buildings

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