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In 1996 Elouise Cobell, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe and an accountant, filed the historic class-action suit alleging the federal government mismanaged trust funds of more than 500,000 American Indians. Congress ratified the settlement in 2010. She died a year later.

Buy-Back Program Helps Tribes Consolidate 1.7 Million Acres

Effort aims to consolidate fractionated lands and restore tribal sovereignty.

Fluctuating Peso Felt on Both Sides of the Border

Some economists say it moves in relation to presidential candidate favorability numbers.

One Poll Gives Trump the Lead in Arizona, But Not by Much

One week to go until the eleciton Trump moved ahead 4 points, within the poll's margin of error.

Health Care Market Opens; Two Carriers in Pima County

Officials are reaching out to raise awareness of coverage options, financial assistance.

Tucson Program Will Give Day Jobs to Homeless People

The program, modeled after one in New Mexico, will pay more than minimum wage.

Study Reports Fastest-Growing Wage Gap is Among Latinas

The average Latina is paid 54 cents for every dollar a white male counterpart earns.

The Unofficial PiƱata Poll: Trump Beating Clinton

Political characters have been good for local businesses.

One Week to Go until Election; Campaigns Making Final Push

Unconventional election season could be one for the record books.

Do Thoughts of Death Lead to Higher Athletic Performance?

A study found athletes performed better when asked to think of their mortality.

A streetcar moves through downtown Tucson.

Tucson Event Will Celebrate 'State of Downtown'

Rio Nuevo and the Downtown Tucson Partnership will recognize development milestones.

1.1 Million Arizonans Have Voted Early, Sent in Their Ballots

30.6% of state's registered voters accounted for in totals released Monday.

Trump Makes 7th Arizona Visit; Clinton, Kaine Due This Week

Presidential candidates making last push in what's now a battleground state.

Gasoline Pump Credit Card Fraud Grows in Arizona

State offices say they're moving toward an intensive inspection of gasoline pumps.

Early Votes Near 1 Million in State; 3.6 Million Eligible

Eleven days until election, signs point to record turnout at 80% plus, as voter rolls bulge.

Scariest Thing About Halloween? Drivers

The sweet teeth and spooky costumes could lead to less caution.

How Does Pima County Ensure Voting Is Fair and Transparent?

2,100 newcomers and veterans will play a part at polling places on Election Day.

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