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Homeland Security Secretary Asks Senate to OK $3.7B

President Obama made his request earlier this week to deal with influx of unaccompanied minors caught crossing border illegally.

UA Fraternity Investigated for Alleged Hazing, Underage Drinking

Phi Gamma Delta has been suspended from any on-campus activity; 19-year-old member was legally drunk when he fell to his death in April.

Fed Suit Asks For Defense Attys for Children Facing Deportation

Kids in immigration court do not have a court-appointed lawyer; they either must hire own, find free representation, go without one.

Arivaca Residents Protest Border Patrol Checkpoint

Have asked for its closures since last year, alleging it is a violation of their civil rights.

Uninsured Arizonans Down 19% Since Obamacare, Study Shows

About 266,000 people have signed up for health insurance during open enrollment period that ran Oct. 2013 until April.

Sec of State Office: Probable Cause Horne Violated Election Laws

Arizona attorney general is facing another investigation into new allegations; he denies them.

Fire Restrictions in Southern AZ Remain Despite Monsoon Storms

Coronado Natl. Forest is still engaged in stage two, meaning all types of fires are prohibited.

VA May Have Retaliated Against Close to 70 Whistleblowers

A federal investigative agency says it is looking into claims against Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

UA's American Indian Studies Program Elevated to Department

Director says she expects students to declare it as a major in fall 2015.

The Tucson City Council meets Dec. 2 after swearing in reelected members Karin Uhlich, Richard Fimbres and Steve Kozachik. Councilman Paul Cunningham is absent.

Tucson Tweaks SB1070 Enforcement

City council advises police department to avoid issues that may lead to lawsuits.

Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Arizona Health Director OKs Medical Marijuana for PTSD

Approval came with conditions; Iraq veteran Ricardo Pereyda talks about taming his symptoms using cannabis.

AZ Utility to Pay $3.25M in Blackout Settlement

Arizona Public Service Co. maintenance failure left millions without power in Arizona, California, Mexico.

Horne Seeks to Block Campaign Investigation; Hearing Friday

Atty. gen. says Citizens Clean Elections Commission lacks authority to investigate candidates not in public campaign funding system.

UPDATE: Obama Seeks $3.7B for Immigrant Children Inlfux

White House says money would help increase detention, care, transportation of unaccompanied Central American kids apprehended at border.

Triangle Y campers line up in front of counselors before lunch.

Summer Camp Fosters Inclusion, Understanding

Triangle Y is nestled on the north side of Catalinas; half of its counselors come from abroad.

AZ Same-Sex Marriage Ban Challenge May Stay Out of Court

Attorneys say they think judge could rule based on arguments each side will file in coming months.

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