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Episode 337: Honorably Discharged from the Military, and Deported

Custom wheelchairs made for bumpy roads, and a system of math education developed south of the border.

Episode 159: Tucson Nears Vote for City Council Seats

Also, the January 8th Memorial Foundation is making a final fundraising push to start construction.

Tucson Tourism Official 'Confident' in Partnership Despite UNESCO Withdrawal

Tucson was named a "creative city of gastronomy" by the U.N. organization in 2015.

Ajo at I-19 Closed For Weekend As Construction Continues

Closure allows girder work on new bridge crossing the interstate.

FC Tucson Acquisition an 'Investment into Youth,' Manager Says

Phoenix Rising FC picked up Tucson's development league team, which has been dominant in the PDL.

Bisbee Fires Back on Legislator's Challenge to Plastic-Bag Ban

Memorandum claims the law is necessary to uphold another constitutional provision and is not a statewide concern.

Arizona Seniors Register Financial Complaints at 10th Highest Rate

Recent report shows 1.37 complaints for every 100,000 seniors in the state.

UA Researchers Look at Mental Impairment After Heart Surgery

Some people experience cognitive difficulties following coronary bypass surgery.

TPD Warns of Fake Oxycodone in Tucson's Illicit Drug Market

The pills can contain other substances, including lethal doses of opioids like fentanyl.

Federal Grants Aimed at Recovery of Arizona Coal Communities

Money is going to the Navajo Nation to soften the expected closure of the Navajo Generating Station.

McCain Wants Answers Over White House Inaction on Russia Bill

The Arizona senator questioned Trump's commitment to the bill regarding Russia sanctions.

Fixes to Nogales Pipeline First in Long List of Repairs, Official Says

The 42-year-old sewer line has Nogales and a water commission arguing over responsibility.

Navajo Nation Holds Out Hope for Navajo Generating Station Buyer

Potential buyers are under review, the tribe said, the first step in a lengthy process for a possible sale.

UA Researcher Develops Snake Bite Treatment

Novel combination of carbon monoxide and iron delays venom's damaging effects.

Tucson Modernism Week Showcases City's Mid-Century Modern Heritage

This year highlights the contributions of women designers, artists and architects in Tucson.

Goldwater Institute Sues FDA for Info on Ebola Drug Approval

The FDA originally turned down a FOIA request, saying it was protecting trade secrets.

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