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Defense Bills in U.S. House to Keep A-10s in the Air

Congress will fund necessary maintenance to keep the planes flying.

16 Immigrants Rescued by Tucson Border Patrol in Past Week

Record heat has forced CBP to transfer resources to desert between Yuma and Tucson.

Government to Study Predator Program's Danger to Ocelot

Federal study tries to keep predator-prevention program from harming the endangered wild cat.

UA Space Programs to Launch 'Asteroid Day' 2017 Stream

OSIRIS-REx, Catalina Sky Survey lead off programming.

U.S. Trade Office Taking Comment on NAFTA Renegotiation

A trade representative rom Arizona will be among the speakers.

Foundation to Put $20 Million into Restoring Colorado River

Walton Family Foundation wants long-term health for nation's 'most-endangered' river.

NAFTA On Agenda For Sen. Flake’s Meeting With Mexican Senators

Arizona is crucial for agricultural goods traveling in both directions, one expert says.

Migrant Comic Book Tells Stories of Those Who Cross the Border

'Migrant: Stories of Hope and Resiliency' aims to humanize deportation statistics.

Tucsonans Ask About Congressional Bills' Impact on Health Care, Jobs

Tucson Medical Center panel of experts answer questions about AHCA and BCRA.

Navajo President: We Will Embrace Renewable Energy

Move will help transition from coal-fired generating station and find job sources.

Education Group: State Should Step Back, Let Teachers, Districts Decide

Education Association delegates headed to national meeting to advocate for local education independence, racial and social justice focus.

Navajo Nation To Negotiate Power Plant Lease

If the tribe doesn’t approve a lease extension in the next week, the plant will have to close at the end of this year.

Food Prices are Down 6 Percent in Arizona

Lower oil prices likely driving cost down.

Cartels, Corruption and Gasoline Theft Make for Deadly May in Mexico

Almost 2,200 were murdered, making it the deadliest month in decades, data show.

Supreme Court Ruling to Impact Refugee Resettlement in Southern Arizona

Refugees from six mostly Muslim countries must have tie to U.S. to get in.

Episode 321: U.S. Companies In Sonora Give Shape to Economic Ties

Exploring the connection throughout the Arizona-Sonora 'mega-region.'

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