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Episode 327: Repairing the Sewer Pipe Crossing the Border in Nogales

Plus: A bipartisan group with a health care agenda, and a look at the Port of Tucson and Arizona railroad history.

You've Been Warned: Pima County Ticketing Drivers on Cellphones

The period after the ban went into effect netted 700+ warnings for drivers in unincorporated areas.

Amateurs Help Bring Life to Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

The moment new JunoCam images are released, people jump to interpret them.

Groups Defend Ironwood Forest National Monument Status

Advocates say they 'won't go down without a fight' to keep the protected status of the site.

Yuma Legislator Calls on Jeff Flake to Raise Air-Quality Standards

State Rep. Charlene Fernandez criticized the U.S. senator for backing lower standards for ground-level ozone.

Immigrant Rights Group Says Most Border Patrol Abuses Go Unpunished

Tucson, Rio Grande and Laredo sectors were high on the list of 2,178 cases.

Feds Won't Sue UA over Affirmative Action, Already Blocked in Arizona

Proposition 107 barred preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin.

Broken Sewage Pipe in Nogales Gets Temporary Fix

It will give inspectors a chance to locate the breach.

Navajo Allocate $3 Million to Area Stuck in Poverty for Decades

Bennett Freeze area was frozen in time due to restrictions arising from a land dispute.

Feds Lift Environmental Rules for Border Wall Construction

The action gets around carrying out an environmental impact study for construction of a segment of wall by waiving a list of laws.

Rescues Highlight Danger of Flash Floods in Catalina Mountains

Multiple helicopter rescues have taken place during recent weekends when floods stranded visitors.

Tucson Airport Loses Lone Mexico Flight

Aeromar service discontinued Monday. Problem was not a lack of passengers.

Arizona Politicians Look to Drive Health Care Debate

Arizona officials are not sitting on the sideline when it comes to the future of health insurance

County, City Merge Programs that Help Residents Pay Bills

Both programs offered once-a-year help with utility bills to low-income residents through partner groups.

Advocate Group 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Arizona Monument

Ironwood Forest National Monument's supporters are trying to preserve the protected area.

Study Looks Into What Makes Fake News Fake

University of Arizona researchers put fake news stories into four categories.

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