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Court Tosses Case Claiming Bias Against Opposite-Sex Couples

A woman claimed discrimination based on benefits afforded unwed same-sex couples.

ACLU Ad Campaign on ICE Interactions Won't Air in Arizona

Ads will air in 11 states across three different digital platforms.

Prosecutor Says New Domestic Violence Protocol Will Save Lives

Eighteen questions help police determine who's most at risk.

Student ID Card Research Raises Privacy Concerns

UA students are not told their CatCard use is recorded.

Trial Continues for Border Agent Charged With 2nd-Degree Murder

Forensic expert testifies that blood-spatter consistent with being shot in the back while on the ground.

Tucson's 3.6 Percent: Reflections on Being Black in a Majority-White City

Members of Tucson's black community discuss the complex and often difficult nature of calling the city home.

Arizona House Votes to Expel Rep. Don Shooter

Speaker Mesnard called for the Thursday vote, which needed a two-thirds majority.

Fair-Housing Group Awarded Grant

$313,000 will support ongoing efforts to provide equal access to housing.

Civil Rights Scorecard Gives TPD Failing Grade in Body-Cam Footage Review

Tucson Police allow officers to review footage before writing report.

State Ban on Ethnic Studies Unconstitutional

Case stems from Tucson Unified School District's Mexican American Studies classes and 2010 law.

Episode 151: Confronting Racism in Tucson After Charlottesville

Also, rediscovering "Woman-Ochre, conversing with an 'umbraphile,' and memorializing lives taken by Mexico's drug violence.

Tucson Community, Religious Leaders Speak Out Against Racism

Attendees at Sunday's rally continue to raise awareness about white supremacy.

12 Transgender Women from Central America and Mexico Seek Asylum in US

Legal teams from around the country have mobilized to help.

Temporary Farmworkers Increase, But Not Agents Protecting Labor Rights

Arizona farmers are increasingly using migrant workers, but Labor Department enforcement is not keeping pace.

Arizona Trend: Seniors Becoming Senior Citizens

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

Trump Opposition Ties Groups Together for May Day March

Around 300 demonstrators made it to Armory Park.

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