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Art Del Cueto, Border Patrol union official.

Union Official: Tucson Border Patrol Polygraph Use Flawed

Union says recruits being subjected to 'judge, jury executioner' treatment.

When We Go Home, Power Use Goes Up

Air conditioning usage spikes when residential units are cranked up.

Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe

4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?

Issues with Accreditor May Put Tucson Schools in Limbo

Students face loss of financial aid if they aren't overseen by approved agency.

Tucson firefighters pull four people from a car swept downstream near East Lee Street and North 9th Avenue in Sunday's rainstorm.

Four Rescued from Rain-Swollen Wash in Tucson; No One Injured

Monsoon under way; caution urged in traversing flooded roadways.

5th Grade students at Vail Academy and High School.

Proposition 123 Payments to Schools May Start This Week

First installment, at $260M, approved by voters in May special election.

'The Fight of Her Life:' Young Mom Takes on Chemotherapy

Update on story of Douglas mother of four undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

The building for the College of Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona has garnered worldwide attention as an architectural triumph, but visitors now have a treat waiting to be seen inside as well: an Optics Museum. Luis Carrion has a look at what is now the University of Arizona's latest attraction.

Tucson Optics Industry Brings Good Jobs, Needs Workers

Industry has shrunken in recent years; new companies want it to regain prominence.

Tucson City Council Approves Bicycle Sharing Program

Two-wheelers to lend should be up and running in 2017 with federal grant money.

Terry Goldberg watches as her husband Lance officiates their younger daughter Lauren's 2010 wedding.

Choosing Death Over Dying: One Arizona Family's Story

Family members call on state to legalize a patient's right to die on own terms.

State Schools Chief Begins 'Listening Tour' in Tucson

Diane Douglas will discuss 'AZ Kids Can't Wait' plan in two metro area sessions.

Tucsonans Use More Water After Hot Days, Not During

Water utility says data show Mondays after hot weekends are high-use days.

The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court Leaves Obama Immigration Policy Blocked

Range of Arizona reactions: President must 'enforce immigration laws;' 'heartbreaking news.'

Camp Encourages Girls to Be Firefighters, Police Officers

Public safety jobs are dominated by men; camp aims to change that.

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva during an interview December 2014 for Metro Week.

Grijalva Invokes Giffords Shooting at House Sit-In

'Let the American people know Congress is fighting for them. ... It's up to you, Ryan.'

Report: Pima County Homes 'Affordable' for Average Earner

Average earners can get a house on less than one-third of income, RealtyTrac reports.

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