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Tucson Teachers Join Arizona Protests in Wednesday Walk-In

Gov. Ducey says plan for funding there, but not interested in sitting down with #RedForEd organizers.

DHS Secretary: No Deportation for DACA Recipients

In congressional testimony, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said "Dreamers" are not an enforcement priority.

Pima Community College May Cut Aztecs Football Program

Tight budgets and a shrinking league are putting pressure on the football team.

AG Sessions to Address Immigration at Border Sheriffs Meeting in NM

Sessions has directed prosecutors to focus on charging people with illegal entry, citing a "crisis" on the border.

Soccer Clubs Merge to Form FC Tucson Youth

Together, they account for 2,000-3,000 soccer players in Pima County, club president says.

Arizona Teachers Group Nearing Walkout Over Low Pay

Organizers with Arizona Educators United say they could announce an action like one happening in Oklahoma at any time.

Arizona House Sidesteps Vote on 1972 Equal Rights Amendment

House Democrats thwarted in attempt to join decades-old effort to ink women's rights in U.S. Constitution.

National Report Shows Educational Improvement for Arizona

NAEP testing gives long-term assessment of learning skills.

Student Fair, Rally Mean Big Weekend for Science in Southern Arizona

Regional student fair SARSEF draws record number of projects this year.

UA Journalism School Signs Letter Critical of Broadcast Group

Among more than 20 schools protesting the Sinclair media corporation's political scripts.

Lifeblood of the Desert: Salt River Project Team Turns to ASU Robots to Maintain Canals

The infrastructure poses unique technical and personnel challenges, which could be made more efficient with robotics.

Bill Requiring Abortion Reporting Passes Arizona House

Doctors would be required to tell why an abortion is performed

Arizona Legislature Challenges Off-Year Local Elections

The House and Senate passed a bill to force election consolidation with a turnout threshold.

Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder Takes The Stand

Agent Lonnie Swartz told the jury that details from that night were "very distorted."

AZ Supreme Court Rules Against In-State Tuition for DACA Recipients

The court ruled against Maricopa Community College in the case over tuition for "Dreamers."

US, Mexican Archaeologists Unearth Sonoran Desert’s Past and Present

Researcher says findings could touch on present-day issue of political border crossing Tohono O'odham land.

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