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Conference Brings Discussion of Mining Industry's Future in Arizona

The governor's moratorium on regulations could bring more mining development to the state.

Report: More Than 100 Arizona Charter Schools Could Close

Excessive debt and other financial troubles will lead to the closures, according to the Grand Canyon Institute.

Author Sees Food Systems as a Way to Unite People

Tucson resident says communities across the country are joining forces for the common good.

Police: Driver Texting Before Arizona Crash That Killed Cop

Jerry Sanstead has been accused of manslaughter and other crimes, according to authorities.

Nogales Resident Says Politicians Don't Know What Border Life is Like

Salvador Martinez has lived in Nogales, Arizona, for 60 years and says he feels safe.

Tucson Developer Offers Migrants Temporary Housing in Tucson

The Benedictine Monastery will soon house Central American asylum-seekers waiting for claims to be processed.

Bill Would Give Tucson Full Control of Udall Park

Arizona's senators want to clear up a bureaucratic oversight that prevented Tucson from fully owning the land.

Arizona to Receive Settlement From Neiman Marcus Over Data Breach

Multiple states are receiving money after credit and debit cards had been compromised via the retailer.

Mexican Drivers Near the Border Still Paying More for Gas

The new president promised lower gas prices in the border region, but the cost is still cheaper on the U.S. side.

State Bill Aims to Reduce Teen Vaping

The proposed law would provide a clearer definition of what an e-cigarette is.

Tucson Remembers Shooting That Shook Community 8 Years Ago

Bell rings with lists of names of dead and wounded, which included then-Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

Shutdown Means Shut In for Some Navajo

Unmaintained dirt roads can hamper residents' efforts to haul water and wood or get medical treatment.

Volunteers Keep Saguaro National Park Clean During Shutdown

Staff at Tumacácori National Historical Park tighten budgets as they wait to return to work.

Bipartisan Group of Elected Officials Sworn In at Arizona Inauguration

Both Democrats and Republicans, like Gov. Doug Ducey, were sworn in at the morning ceremony.

Border Groups Fear Nogales Parking Lot Sale Means Continued Militarization

The federal government has purchased one of the largest public parking lots at the Nogales border.

Woman in Vegetative State for Decade Reportedly Gives Birth

The staff was reportedly unaware of the pregnancy, which has triggered a police investigation and reviews by state agencies.

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