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Arizona High School Pair Wins Medical Device Competition

San Luis students improved on a 'g-tube,' which helps patients who can't swallow food.

Next Step for Rosemont Mine Approval Could Come in June

Coronado National Forest supervisor expected to sign record of decision in June.

Last Piece Installed in Naco Border Fence Repair

Work on eight-mile stretch of border fence took four years to complete.

Inside Arizona's Only Nuclear Power Plant

The plant shuts down a reactor periodically for maintenance and engineering tasks.

Tucson Budget Stabilizing as City Watches Spending

City manager recommends $1.3B budget, with small surplus to end this fiscal year.

Electrical Power Out on Tohono O'odham Nation

Outage occurred at 8:30 pm Tuesday; expected to be restored Wednesday

Communication is Key at Pima County Bike Safety Classes

With a rise in pedal traffic, the chance for car-bicycle crashes also goes up.

Border Agent's Murder Trial Set for October

Lonnie Swartz faces charges related to a 2012 shooting that left a boy dead on the Mexican side of the border.

Avra Valley I-11 Proposals Draw Opposition at Tucson Meetings

Citizens disagree with notion of building highway through deserts west of Tucson.

AZ Senator: University Funding Legislative High Point for Tucson

The Legislature is almost finished with its work for the year.

Mothers From Both Sides of Border Gather at Fence in Solidarity

One organizer said they came to show togetherness and support.

Mulberry Fire Slows After Burning 1,755 acres

Fire started Saturday; authorities say it is human caused.

UnitedHealthcare and Northwest Mend Broken Ties

Insurer and health care provider had severed ties last week after negotiations failed.

Arizona Trend: Seniors Becoming Senior Citizens

87-year-old Nogales woman helps others with paperwork, study.

Pima County, VA Team Up to Get More Vets Working

Federal staffers will join a county agency for additional work and training programs.

Borrowing Approved, Critical Campus Repairs May Start Soon

University leaders say a new funding program for campus infrastructure will be 'game changing.'

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