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Hacker Attempts on Arizona Election System: 50K a Month

Hackers go after the secretary of state's office hundreds of times a day.

Wildfire Managers Talk Preparedness During Peak Season

A discussion about what happens behind the scenes when a fire sparks.

Wildfire Preparedness; Helping Vets Heal; Gold Star Parents

Also, how severe drought affects wildlife in Southern Arizona.

Arizona Releases New Opioid Guidelines

The state has updated its guidelines for doctors for the first time since 2014.

Tucson's Parks Descend in National Ranking Again

The scores of 100 cities look at acreage, access, funding and recreational amenities.

California, Out of Space, Sending Immigrant Detainees to Arizona

California's loss means profits for a private prison in Arizona.

Census: Tucson's Growth Strongest Outside City Limits

Suburbs and unincorporated areas have some of the fastest growth rates.

Celtic Gold: An Irish Song & Dance Journey

Celebrate Irish music, song and dance in a concert taped in Dublin’s Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.

Temporary Bridge to Ease Traffic Again During I-10 Work

A project at I-10 and Wilmot marks the second time ADOT has used temporary bridges in the Tucson area.

New Lanes Planned for I-17 in Effort to Relieve Traffic

Construction will begin in 2021 and is expected to take about two years.

Ruling: No Right to Not be Called 'Alleged Victim'

An Arizona appeals court says judges have leeway to decide how to refer to crime victims, depending on the case.

ADOT: Don't Forget to Update IDs by 2020 if You Plan to Fly

The agency is urging Arizonans who wish to fly to update their identification to comply with federal law.

Phoenix to Join Lawsuit Against Citizenship Question on Census

The city could lose $107M in funding if non-citizens don't participate in the Census.

Development Underway at Two Sites for UA Tech Parks

Two developers are shaping the master plan for the future of UA Tech Parks.

To the Last Drop: Planning for Water Shortage

The forecast for the Colorado River is grim, and pressure is rising for states to reduce water usage.

Tucson 'Operation Streamline' Prosecutions Highest Since Launch

The controversial system for prosecuting immigrants has seen an almost 70 percent increase over last year.

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