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Volunteers Work to Alleviate Immigrant Crises in U.S., Europe

Italian woman on U.S. border sees similarities and has hope for better world.

$1.5M Grant to Help Pima County Reduce Jail Population

County spends $66M a year on jail, aims for 18% fewer inmates through various programs.

Groups Unite to Find Homes for Cats, Dogs, Ferrets and More

'Adopt Love, Adopt Local' program planned for Saturday; last year's had 130 adoptions.

Freeloading Riders Reported to Be Rare on Tucson Streetcar

Fare enforcers check one in five, find 99.96% have paid, well above national average.

End of Life Health Care Plans: Put in Writing, Experts Say

National Health Care Decisions Day a time to talk about wishes of family.

Lawmakers Want Ban on University 'Free Speech Zones'

Legislation says universities cannot restrict free speech to specific areas

Register to Vote by Monday for May 17 Special Election

Two ballot issues: expanding state land trust payout for schools; pension reform.

Report: Arizona Women Earn 84% of What Men Earn

State's pay gap is among 10 smallest in the nation, but hasn't changed in years.

Camp Cooper Seeks Funding for Environmental Learning

Center, in use a half century, seeks $120,000 to instruct TUSD students.

Immigrant Groups Threaten Boycott over State Legislation

Business organizations decry what would be repeat of 2010 boycott over SB 1070.

Project Will 'Erase' the US-Mexico Border, Artists Say

Painting fence sky blue transforms it under 'Borrando la Frontera.'

Arizona Campaign Finance Law Change: 'Dark Money' Victory?

Pro: Law will protect donors; con: deregulation reduces accountability.

US-Mexico Collaboration Keeps Santa Cruz River Clean

Water from Nogales Wash treated in Arizona before it flows into river.

Air Force Begins to Design New Plane to Replace A-10

Plans for the “A-X” are still in the early phase, Rep. McSally says.

$28M Renovation Planned at Tucson International Airport

First upgrade in more than a decade will affect security, departure areas.

Post-Snowden: Conversations on Privacy, Security at UA

Arizona Week dives into a conversation on cyber research on campus.

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