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The Central Arizona project canal, north of Tucson.

Mine Waste Not Expected to Affect Arizona Water Supply

3 million gallons of contamination dumped into waterway that eventually reaches Colorado River.

8 of 43 Bus Routes Running as Strike Nears One Week

More than 500 drivers, mechanics, other workers off job seeking higher wages, better work conditions.

Sun Tran workers walk a picket line at Ronstadt Transit Center while on strike in August 2015.

Municipal Bus Strike in 5th Day, No End in Sight

2 City Council members call on city transportation officials to get involved, saying they support drivers.

Ralph Anderson of Arizona Beeman Drilling says his business is booming.

Drought Means Well-Drilling Boom in Groundwater Quest

Arizonans tapping into hundreds of billions of gallons stashed underground as shortage nears.

State Representative Matt Heinz (D) talks about state funding for mental health services in recent years.

Heinz Congressional Campaign Releases Fundraising Numbers

Tucson Democrat announces more than $100,000 of funds collected in a week

Architect's rendering of a temple that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will build in Tucson.

Mormon Church to Build First Tucson-Area Temple

Foothills temple will be sixth temple in the state, serve more than 30,000 Mormons

Arizona Highway 89A north of Flagstaff closed by mudslide Aug. 9, 2015.

Flash Flood, Mudslide Close Northern Arizona Highway

State Route 89A shut down 30 miles north of Flagstaff after rare tornado, heavy rain hit area.

Presidential Hopefuls Don't Impress Tucson Politicians

On the topic of immigration, no one wowed two Tucson area members of Congress.

Arizona Gets $1M from Feds for Special Education

State is one of nine receiving grants for students with learning disabilities.

AZ WEEK: Diversifying the Health-Care Workforce

University of Arizona programs works to spark interest among minorities starting in high school.

METRO WEEK: Native American Youth Desire Ties to Homeland

Plus: Some Indian charter schools struggling, new UA American Indian Studies degree.

Birdwatchers look at Tucson wildlife from a distance.

People Flock to Tucson Bird And Wildlife Festival

Tucson Audubon Society holds 5th annual festival focusing on nature.

Tucson Bus Strike, Day 2: No Negotiations Scheduled

Teamsters union, Sun Tran say they're waiting on one another to resume talks.

A hearing was held in Tucson this week on trade between the United States and Mexico.

Texas Border Summit Seeks to Strengthen U.S.-Mexico Trade

Business leaders and politicians are meeting in El Paso and Juárez

Wildfire Can Benefit Wildlife; Bighorns Not in Danger

Finger Rock Fire may return more sheep habitat to normal, provide grass for forage.

Business Report: Why Do Unusual Businesses Thrive?

Businesses that break the mold succeed in Tucson thanks to loyal customers, dedicated owners

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