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Low Staffing Levels at Arizona Prisons Could Lead to Big Fines

The state's for-profit contractor is simply paying fines rather than fully staffing health care positions in prisons, a judge says.

Two At A Time: Cleanup Of Navajo Uranium Mines Slow

Incidence of kidney failure and cancer, linked to uranium contamination, increased; tribe has banned any mining activity.

Finalists for TUSD Superintendent Announced

Candidates will attend public forums next week, and the board will deliberate Aug. 22.

Tucson Venezuelans Rally to Support Relatives in Country Beset by Crisis

Sisters bring family members to Nogales, Sonora.

Remittances to Mexico Continue Growth to Record High

Migrants sent almost $14 billion to Mexico in the first half of the year.

Learning to Program a Driverless Car at the UA

A 10-week summer course meant to encourage students to continue studies in research-based graduate programs.

Arizona School Voucher Law on Hold for Now

Opponents of the legislation have filed enough signatures to temporarily block it.

UA Looks to Nontraditional Students to Offset Enrollment Losses

Admissions official says it's a national issue and birthrate is to blame.

Laying the Groundwork for Mental Health Education in Arizona Schools

Local NAMI chapter to helm planning process for stigma-fighting initiative.

Blood Shortage Continues in Southern Arizona

Red Cross collections sites open every day in August

Scientists Look for Impact of Pollution from Pills in Wastewater

Difficult to filter, chemicals from drugs and personal-care products are of 'emerging concern' in waterways like the Santa Cruz River.

Banner to Open 'Quick Care' Clinics in Supermarkets

Safeways in Tucson, Phoenix will host pilot project.

Doctor Sees the Light with Pain Control: Green LED

Physician found headache relief under trees, triggering study.

Episode 327: Repairing the Sewer Pipe Crossing the Border in Nogales

Plus: A bipartisan group with a health care agenda, and a look at the Port of Tucson and Arizona railroad history.

You've Been Warned: Pima County Ticketing Drivers on Cellphones

The period after the ban went into effect netted 700+ warnings for drivers in unincorporated areas.

Amateurs Help Bring Life to Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

The moment new JunoCam images are released, people jump to interpret them.

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