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The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

2015's Top Stories: Elections, Drought, Education Budget Cuts

Hear AZPM reporters discuss Arizona's most important news of the past 12 months.

US Parks Draw Record Crowds Ahead of 100th Anniversary

Visitation to 409 National Parks estimated at 300M last year, even bigger in 2016.

Donate Now and 4 Other Tips for Filing 2015 Tax Returns

IRS will accept returns starting Jan. 19, so start getting that paperwork together.

Arizona's Online Candidate Petition Cited for Innovation

Harvard's government school recognizes state system for online democratic process.

Tucson Religious Leaders Unite to Defend Muslim Community

Catholic bishop, rabbi, Muslim leader: Similarities far outweigh differences.

UA Studies Turmeric to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

45 volunteers sought to see if South Asian spice's anti-inflammatory properties help.

Border Patrol officials say the warehouse has 40 phones available to the kids.

Central American Immigrant Deportations Planned

Homeland Security says it will begin sending home families not granted asylum.

No Terror Threat Seen in Tucson, But FBI Is Monitoring

Agency watches those suspected of having been radicalized, asks public's assistance.

AAA Can Get You, Your Car Home on New Year's Eve

Auto association's 'Tipsy Tow' program offers free towing up to 10 miles 6 pm-6 am.

Since holes and bare spots no longer develop on the field, athletes have less worries of injury.

Arizonans Research Brain Injury in Ex-Football Players

Federal government providing $16 million for degenerative disease study.

Tucson City Golf Rates Will Be More Expensive in 2016

Greens fees increases not expected to hurt business, one tourism specialist says.

State Has First Instance of Dual Mosquito-Disease Outbreak

West Nile and St. Louis Encephalitis viruses found together in Arizona for first time ever.

Lauffer Middle School

Poll: Arizona Voters Want Surplus Spent on Education

72 percent pick classrooms over border security in survey of 500 registered voters.

Close of kids playing chess.

Catalina Foothills Chess Team Positioned for Success

Team wins state title after perfect season

ASU Research: Cancer Cells May Move Like Flocks Of Birds

Cells were long thought to grow together; research says otherwise

The border fence in Arizona.

Immigrant Deportation Numbers Down 42% in 3 Years

This past fiscal year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported 235,413.

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