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Charities Serving Thanksgiving Meals to Tucson's Homeless

Salvation Army, two others are preparing for events that start Tuesday.

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Challenge of Driver's License Ban

Gov. Brewer had requested court to reconsider ruling striking down Arizona policy denying privileges to 'Dreamers.'

Female Gray Wolf Wanders in Grand Canyon

Animal was first seen on North Rim earlier this month; wildlife officials confirm species.

Arizona's Largest Utility Would Oppose Energy Efficiency Changes

Corporation Commission recently drafted amendments to rules it set in 2010.

UPDATE: Barber Campaign Goes to Federal Court Over Vote Count

Suit filed also includes 3 voters seeking inclusion of 133 previously disqualified ballots in Pima, Cochise counties.

State Library Brings Arizona History to eBooks

More than 500 options available free of charge.

Barber Campaign Asks State to Count More Votes

Race against McSally had 'errors and omissions' in disqualifying more than 160 ballots, secretary of state told.

METRO WEEK: University of Arizona Budget Challenges Continue

State funding for UA not rising; tuition, gifts make up larger portion of revenue.

AZ WEEK: 'Obama's Immigration News Good Economically, Bad Politically'

Local policy, law experts weigh in on president's executive orders deferring deportation for millions of undocumented migrants in US.

Lea Márquez-Peterson, the president of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about her testimony to a congressional subcommittee about the importance of international trade, especially with Mexico.

Tucson Business Leader Will Help Ducey with Economic Development

Lea Márquez-Peterson will co-chair governor-elect's committee that aims to attract more employers and improve international trade.

Border Patrol Sued Over Arivaca Checkpoint

Town residents allege 1st Amendment right violations, racial profiling.

The Border Patrol's compound in Nogales, Ariz.

Obama Deportation Deferral May Affect 135,000 in Arizona

Immigration plan's impact in state also could include visas for high-skilled workers, tightened border security.

Tucson Program Hopes to Break Language Barriers, Help Immigrants Thrive

Literacy Connects' English Acquisition for Adults has been around for decades helping people transition into a new life on American soil.

Tucson Joins Protests of Mexico's Missing Students

'You took them alive, we want them back alive,' protestors chant outside Mexican consulate.

The international border fence in the Arizona desert.

Arizonans in Turn Lambaste, Laud Obama Over Immigration

Brewer: 'a tyrannical king that is above the law;' Barber: 'disappointed Congress has brought us to this point.'

Rebecca Brukman. 11/26/12.
Contestants participate in annual El Tour De Tucson bike race.

104-Mile El Tour de Tucson Draws Thousands of Cyclists

32nd annual race starts Saturday morning, runs from downtown Tucson to oro Valley and back; police urge caution.

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