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Tohono O'odham Leaders Hope to Get Youth to Vote Early

Those who don't have an ID with an address on it can vote early, tribal officials say.

Downtown Phoenix, 2009.

Phoenix Homebuilders Turn to New Sources to Fill Labor Gap

The workforce has not kept up with the demand in fields like masonry, plumbing and framing.

U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.

Arizona Sen Flake's Vote Not Going to Trump or Clinton

Says he will likely leave his choice of a write-in candidate until the end.

October Heat Breaks Records in Tucson, at 96 Degrees

Daily high records were broken twice last week, with more record heat possible.

State Supreme Court to Hear Cases at UA College of Law

One is appeal in two Tucson murder cases in which defendants were teenagers.

Map Of The Colorado River Basin

Study: Southwest May Face Severe, Multi-Decade Drought

If the rate of greenhouse emissions stays the same, it will likely hit by the end of the century.

Russian Hacking US Election Unprecedented, Journalist Says

Washington Post's national security reporter in Tucson, discusses international events.

Students at a Tucson High school sit at a table outside.

Colleges to Reach Out to High School Students in Tucson

Recruiters from about 200 institutions will be on hand at College Night.

On the University of Arizona campus.

Conference Aims to Encourage Young Men to Attend College

Women undergrads outnumber men at the UA 52 to 48, in line with national trends.

Judge OKs El Chapo Guzman's Extradition; Appeal Expected

Prosecutors in US and Mexico favor him facing justice north of the border.

Democrats Turn Up the Heat in Hopes Arizona Turns Blue

The week saw more money, high-profile visits from the Clinton campaign.

MLS Teams Headed to Tucson for Preseason Soccer

Say the month of games is the largest pre-season professional event in the country.

Record Number of Early Ballots Submitted in Pima County

More than a quarter of all early ballots have been received.

Tucson's Membrillo Fest to Celebrate Long Journey, History

Event-goers can taste and learn traditional recipes at the Mission Garden.

Review of School Boards, County Superintendent Races

Plus: How Pima County plans to balance land development,species protection.

Carolyn Lukensmeyer, the executive Director of the National Institute for Civil Disclourse, discusses the institute's goals and progress meeting them.

Survey: This Election is The Most Uncivil in Recent History

Compared to the previous, 40% more people said this election is "extremely or very uncivil."

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