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California Water Agencies at Odds Over Colorado River Drought Plan

The state has two powerful agencies fighting over how to get the plan approved.

2,200 Quarantined Over Mumps Outbreak at Immigration Centers

The outbreak has renewed long-held concerns over access to medical care at immigration facilities.

With Arizona's Help, Sonoran Officials Install Dozens of Game Cameras

Many species' territories span the border, and game cams in both countries help agencies understand those animals.

Volunteers, Migrants Find a Way Over Language Barrier

Some asylum seekers who have passed through Tucson's Benedictine Monastery are speakers of indigenous languages.

Tucson's Banner Health Hospitals Connecting Uninsured Patients to Services

The advisers will register patients for Medicaid and other low-income programs.

Genetically Engineered Cotton No Guarantee of Healthy Harvest

A UA scientist says certain insects are striking back against pest-control measures.

Arizona Science Roundtable: The Search for Certainty

UA College of Science Dean Joaquin Ruiz leads a group conversation with presenters from the 2019 UA Science Lecture Series

Wildflowers Show Off Their Colors Around Arizona

Fall and winter rains provided a necessary resource for brilliant blooms.

Supporting Teen Moms; Vaccine Exemptions; New Tax Reforms

Plus, how a national report ranks the well-being of newborns in Arizona.

E-Scooters Likely to Roll Out on Tucson Streets This Summer

Tucson City Council voted to revisit the final draft of the electric scooter pilot program.

Tree-Ring Research Reveals Broken Connection Between Weather and Wildfires

UA professor Valerie Trouet co-authored a study showing jet stream moisture no longer predicts California wildfire severity.

Arizona House Moves Forward on Bill for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The state House gave preliminary approval to a bill that would investigate cases of missing and murdered indigenous women in Arizona.

Tribal Leaders: Law Enforcement Understaffed, Underfunded

Navajo, Hopi and San Carlos Apache leaders have asked a House subcommittee for more funding.

Tucson-Area School Districts Opting for AzMERIT Alternatives

Tanque Verde, Flowing Wells and Tucson Unified School District are dropping the AZMerit test.

Changing U.S. Foreign Relations

A look at changes to foreign policy under the Trump administration.

Mexico Closes 5 Immigrant Detention Centers

A statement from the federal immigration agency cited a lack of "minimum working conditions" at the facilities.

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