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Quest for Water Takes Northern Arizona City to New Depths

Williams brings in drilling company to go three times deeper than its neighbors.

West Side Baseball Family Fights to Improve Park

Joaquin Murrieta Park was born from community activists, now a new generation is standing up for their fields

Sheriff's Resignation Accepted; Replacement Named

Dupnik to depart after 35 years in office; Chief Deputy Chris Nanos will complete his term.

Appeals Court Upholds Most of Law Banning Ethnic Studies

Ruling goes against advocates of TUSD's now-banned Mexican American Studies program.

Ducey Wants Investigation of For-Profit Prison in Kingman

Three days of inmate riots cause minor injuries and extensive property damage

Tucson Electric Warns Customers of Power Scam

Utility says caller contacts residents, threatening shutdown if payment not made by phone.

Work Resumes on Mural Claimed as State's Biggest

Flagstaff artists laboring on 'Sound of Flight' on wall of Flagstaff's historic Orpheum Theater.

Investment Groups Buying Fewer Tucson Homes

Fewer foreclosures cause the drop, result is a more stable market

Social Media Crosses Borders When People Can't

Glow of screen on cell phone only way to bridge years of separation for many loved ones.

Lake Mead's Low Water Level Cuts Electricity Generation

Drought contributes to 25% decline in cheap power generation, affecting Arizona utilities.

Toads, Turtles and Tarantulas Get Busy During Monsoon

The monsoon motivates movement and reproduction in the Sonoran desert.

GED Exam Available To Pima Residents Free Until November

Officials partner with business to help low-income residents who did not finish high school.

Teens Learn to Grow Food for Future, Earn College Credit

Pima Community College summer agriculture program concludes with construction of aquaponics system.

UA Making Biggest Mirrors for World's Biggest Telescope

Earthbound Giant Magellan Telescope will see 10 times better than Hubble.

Cities: Pima County Oversteps Authority in Bond Ordinance

Council members in Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley want changes in borrowing plan before vote.

More Immigrants Injured Falling From Border Fence

Smugglers use ladders on Mexican side, then tell migrants to jump 18 to 30 feet.

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