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Proposed Health Care Reform Worries Arizona Providers

Three different reform proposals would send number of uninsured to pre-Obamacare levels.

Study Shows More Intense Monsoon Storms on the Horizon

Storms are predicted to be less frequent, though more intense in the area south and west of the Mogollon Rim.

Flake: Upgrade, Don't Get Rid of, NAFTA

The senator took to the floor to relay trade messages from Arizona.

Mobile Unit Looks to Fight Treated Wastewater's 'Yuck' Reputation

Facility fits in a commercial truck trailer, and will be used as a public exhibit to build confidence in reclaimed drinking water.

Arizona Returns $57M of Unclaimed Property in 1 Year

Unclaimed property often comes from forgotten safety deposit boxes and bank accounts.

Saguaro National Park Gets Funding for Education Center

The money will help build a new outdoor classroom.

Voter Registration Numbers Up in Arizona, Down in Pima County

Republicans lead in total registration statewide.

Moisture Up, Fire Restrictions Down in Southern Arizona

Agencies are lifting fire restrictions for many parks and public lands.

Center Gets Grant to Help Find Jobs for Homeless Vets

Program supports homeless veterans in search of jobs or career training.

UA Athletics Loses Money For the First Time in Over 10 Years

2016 was the first year since 2005 that the athletics department didn't turn a profit.

Streetcar Celebrates Third Anniversary Saturday

Festivities include free rides and an onboard concert.

Episode 147: Making the Grade - Success in High School and Beyond

Plus: an update on the state school board, why the sheriff asked the state to investigate his department.

Episode 325: 1st-Time Crossers Face Tougher Border Policy

The Border Patrol will prosecute first-time crossers; the agency's Missing Migrant Team; a visit to the Kino Border Initiative.

What McCain's Cancer Diagnosis Could Mean for His Senate Seat

The senior U.S. Senator is six months into his sixth term.

June Brings Seasonal Job Losses to Tucson, State

Summer means routine losses in the education and hospitality industries.

Organizers: Effort to Block School-Voucher Expansion is On Track

Save Our Schools Arizona won't say how many signatures they've collected, just that more are coming in every hour.

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