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The border fence in Arizona.

Tucson Humanitarian Group: Many Deportees Don't Get Back Their Belongings

No More Deaths says people sent back to Mexico are often missing their ID's, money when leaving US.

EPA OKs Test Site Permit for Proposed Copper Mine in Florence

Opponents wonder if project can be operated safely.

Arizona to Benefit from Federal, Private Funding for Preschools

Obama expected to announce $1 billion investment at a White House summit today.

U.S. Rep.-Elect Martha McSally, R-Ariz.

Still Facing Recount, McSally is Appointed to House Armed Forces Committee

Republican is a retired Air Force colonel; CD2 is home to two military bases.

Tucson Family 'Relieved' to Benefit From Obama’s Immigration Executive Action

Teenage son is “happy my parents can stay and have relief so they’re not always worried."

Parts of Pima County Under Citrus Quarantine

Presence of an insect that can carry disease found in region.

Appeals Court Not Delaying Issuing Driver's Licenses to 'Dreamers'

Gov. Jan Brewer takes fight to US Supreme Court.

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

McCain: CIA Torture Report 'Stained Our National Honor'

Arizona senator points to his own experience as a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War.

If You Fail Your Driving Test, It'll Take Longer to Retake It

MVD says they hope to encourage people to study more, practice skills before second round.

Arizona Hopes to Protect Breeding Bald Eagles

Game & Fish closes two dozen areas near rivers, creeks, lakes around state.

Federal Judge: An Arizona Campaign Law is Unconstitutional

But statute explaining what a 'political committee' is will still be enforced.

Barber, McSally Recount Continues This Week

Pima County resumes process after weekend break; will determine outcome of Congressional District 2 race.

Border Patrol Agent Assaulted on Tohono O'odham Reservation

Agency says FBI is investigating and a person of interest has been identified.

Voters May Decide If Mayor, Council Members Should Get a Pay Raise

Commission made up of Tucson residents will look at issue and determine whether it will be on November ballot.

AZ WEEK: Arizona Joins Lawsuit Against Obama Over Immigration Action

'This is an unfortunate setback for the long-term agenda,' Goldwater Institute lawyer argues.

Pima Community College Chancellor Attends White House Summit

Says school already has a number of programs working to make sure more Tucson students are ready for higher ed.

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