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Shelter Numbers Falling for Pima County Animal Care Center

Staffers are encouraged by five-year trend, which may be connected to increasing spaying and neutering.

Man Who Found Stolen Masterpiece Tells His Tale in Tucson

Willem de Kooning's Woman-Ochre found behind the door of a bedroom in a Silver City ranch house.

Law Professors to Trump: Keep DACA

Trump must decide what to do about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

CBP Spends $5M on Polygraphs for Applicants Who Admitted to Crimes

A report says 2,300 applicants were given the test despite being disqualified based on their admissions.

Tucsonans Protest Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally

Demonstrators condemned the march in Charlottesville, Virginia, where violence turned deadly.

Episode 150: Back to School — Leadership, Teachers and Enrollment at TUSD

Also, Tucson crosswalks honor the LGBTQ community, and a conversation with a climate scientist about the future of water in Arizona.

Get Ready for the Real Test for New Labor Laws, Business Leaders Say

Business owners will get their first taste of how paid sick leave and minimum wage affect businesses during peak season.

Episode 328: Arizona's Tug of War Over School Vouchers

Also, new laws are going into effect in Arizona, and a look at the start of NAFTA renegotiations.

12 Transgender Women from Central America and Mexico Seek Asylum in US

Legal teams from around the country have mobilized to help.

UA Opens Science Classes to the Community

The school is offering reduced tuition to attend lectures in many subjects.

De Kooning Painting Found, More Than 30 Years After Heist

'Woman - Ochre' was stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in 1985, a baffling mystery for police and art historians.

Opioid Addicts Struggle to Get Their Recovery Covered

Some opioid substitution drugs like Suboxone are not covered by insurance for those fighting opioid addiction in Arizona.

Tubac Sees Upswing in Home Sales

Archeologists say signs of settlement go back 11,000 years.

Historic Migration: Arizona Elk Heading East to Restore West Virginia Herds

The elk are meant to rebuild a population that once roamed Appalachia.

Tucson 'Hungry' for a Festival Like Chick Magnet

In its second year, the event creates a space and fills a gap in a sometimes male-dominated art scene, an organizer said.

Carbon Capture from Trees? It's All Downhill From Here, Study Says

UA research shows tall valley trees absorb more carbon from the atmosphere than trees on peaks.

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