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Christine Clark Holds Court at Basketball Camp for Girls

Before launching her professional career, 21-year-old Tucsonan returns home.

Soccer-Playing Robots Invade UA

Group of engineering students from Mexico take their love for sport to another level.

AZ Week: Journalists Who Journeyed with Immigrants Tell Their Story

'The complexities of immigration' reflected in cross-country trip, story of Guatemalan woman and her daughter.

METRO WEEK: $200M Tucson Streetcar Opens For Service

3,600 trips/day projected ridership, credited as economic stimulus

City Prepares for Streetcar Inauguration

First 3 days, rides are free; will run from morning hour to late at night in 10, 20 and 30-minute intervals.

Medical Marijuana for PTSD Study May Move from UA

If university doesn't reinstate Sue Sisley as lead researcher, MAPS will move work to NAU, ASU.

Execution in Tucson Double Murder Takes 2 Hours

Joseph Wood dies by lethal injection after 'gasping, snorting' on death chamber table, his lawyers say.

Veterans Demand Medical Pot Researcher Be Rehired at UA

An online petition has gathered more than 33K signatures from people asking university reinstate lead doctor of MMJ for PTSD study.

Tucson Streetcar Stop Dedicated to Congressman Grijalva

4-mile-long line opens to public Friday; ride free first 3 days from west of downtown to UA Medical Center.

Son Reunites with Mom; He Flees Gang Violence in Honduras

San Pedro Sula has one of highest murder rates in the world; city sending greatest number of child migrants to US.

Nogales Children's Shelter Emptying, May Close by Monday

Officials cite reduced flow of Central American immigrant youths crossing illegally; facility down to 200 as of Friday.

METRO WEEK: City Manager Miranda Leaves a Stable Admin

Tucson continues to search for successor, candidate specifics still being defined.

Central American Women, Kids Still Arriving at Tucson Greyhound

Migrants dropped off by Border Patrol get aid from volunteers before riding bus to relatives in U.S.

Project Hopes to Photograph Jaguars, Ocelots Near Tucson

Camera traps set up at more than 200 places in mountains surrounding the city.

Bighorn Ram Rejoins Catalinas Herd

Arizona Game and Fish says his return bodes well for pack; good mating season, successful lambing season would bolster group.

Students, Staff Weigh in on UA Tobacco Ban

Starting mid-August university will not allow any products, including e-cigarettes on any of its property.

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