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Pima County Flu Cases See Late-Season Jump

People shouldn't give up preventive practices just because the weather is warming.

Sonora Journalist: Arizona is Like a Second Home for Sonorans, and Vice Versa

Claudia Orduño speaks about the unique strengths of and challenges facing the media in Arizona and Sonora.

UA-Led Mission Will Float Telescope on Balloon to Study the Milky Way

Balloon-borne telescope to study galaxy's gas and dust.

Recharge Efforts Raise Groundwater Levels in Cochise County

About one billion gallons have been redirected to the recharge areas.

Does Explosive Beetle Have Most Interesting Genome?

UA researchers hope to win crowd-sourced genome sequencing of the Sonoran Desert beetle.

Episode 130: Feeding Tucson With Greenhouse Tomatoes, Greens, Herbs

Plus, hate crimes ordinance, reaction to Islamic Center vandalism, Jewish Center bomb threats.

New Idea in 30-Year Effort to Save Mexican Wolf

State game official says captive-bred pups are the problem, so raise them with wild pups.

Arizona and Sonora Depend on One Another, Mexican Business Group Head Says

Uncertainty and other factors affecting trade between the two states.

CEO of Tucson Metro Chamber Announces Retirement

He will step down after nearly six years heading 1,500-member organization.

Episode 308: Special Report - Business in Sonora

Connection with Arizona is multilayered, comprising jobs, trade, culture.

Arizona Unemployment Rate Nudges Up in February

More people enter labor market, driving joblessness from 5.0% to 5.1%, state report shows.

Street Fair Brings Visitors, Closes Streets in Midtown This Weekend

Event draws nearly 300,000 people to the shopping district twice each year.

Census: Tucson Grew By 8,000 People in 2016

Population growth hit its highest since 2009 thanks to a wave of people relocating here.

Mexican-Owned Cemex Says It Has Not Bid For Border Wall Construction

An analyst said Cemex is in a difficult position in terms of its relationship with clients at home and abroad.

Wildcat Fever: Police Want Revelry, Not Rowdiness

Tournament game aftermaths have brought rioting, destruction in the past.

Ban on Paid Petition Gatherers Takes One More Step in State Legislature

The Senate gave initial approval to a bill banning the practice.

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