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The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

Govt Shutdown Affecting Immigration Issues

Two-thirds of nation's courts handling such issues are closed or working strictly limited schedules.

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

Number of Homeless Children of Deportees Growing

Nonprofit helping teens says 50% more are offspring of people sent to home countries as undocumented.

Acclaimed Fusion Percussion Band Red Baraat Coming to Tucson

A Q&A with Sunny Jain, who DownBeat magazine describes as a rising star of the percussion world.

UA Launches Campaign to Raise Money for Old Main Renovation

Goal: $13.5 million for project that began in January to fix oldest building on campus, erected in 1891.

Student Arrested in Gun Incident Near Midtown Tucson School

Catalina High on morning lockdown; all students, staff reported safe, and weapon found, police report.

Psychological Treatment Could Help Breast Cancer Survivors

Emotional, social aspects of healing provide physicians with powerful ally; AZ Cancer Center incorporating methods.

New Procedure Aids Doctors Unblock Arteries of PAD Patients

Peripheral artery disease is a serious illness in which plaque buildup blocks blood flow in arteries away from the heart.

UA Researchers Discover How Nerve Cells Make Connections

This is an important step towards curing conditions like spinal cord injuries and Alzheimer's.

public domain U.S. Capitol image

Shutdown: Parks Closed, D-M Civilians Furloughed

Essential services, including air traffic control, Border Patrol, other security forces, still working.

Water levels at the Colorado River basin.

Water Future Looks Gloomy for Arizona, Surrounding Region

2016 expected to be tough year due to ongoing droughts, rising demand from increase in population.

Event visiters look at new model electric cars at the Tucson Plugs In event.

Electric Car Event Brings Enthusiasts Together

Sept. 29 was National Plugin Day; Tucson Plugs In showcased these unique vehicles.

A local artists is in the beginning stages of painting a newly constructed rain jar.

Homemade Cisterns Help Harvest Rain

A group of friends helped each other design, build rain harvesting mediums inspired by water-saving efforts in rural Thailand.

ASU President Michael Crow and UA President Ann Weaver Hart at TREO higher-education forum Sept. 25, 2013.

AZ Week: Higher Ed Adjusting to Talent Needs

Shift to knowledge-based economy of skilled workers, thinkers has universities rethinking their approaches.

Six-Figure Bonuses for University Presidents Approved

AZ Board of Regents reaches decision Friday; UA, ASU presidents could potentially receive $260K over a three-year span.

Tucson Launches Help Line for Small Businesses

Goal is to aid businesses that want to come to the city, those already here, entrepreneurs, start-ups, program director says.

John Huppenthal, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, discusses school test score results and testing results.

State Schools Chief Donates Money to Scholarships

Huppenthal funds two Sunnyside education programs with $10K personal cash; with $5K going toward a math program.

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