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Arpaio to Turn in Signatures in Bid to Appear in GOP Primary

Former sheriff's campaign says it will turn in 10,000 signatures to compete in Aug. 28 election.

Hinterland III Episode 5

Following a fatal shooting at a remote petrol station, a local man is identified as the chief suspect.

ACLU Suit Aims to Stop Separation of Families at Border

The group says a federal judge will decide on an injunction to stop separating families that seek asylum at the border.

Red Cross Starting Summer Blood Donation Campaign Early

The organization hopes to avoid a typical seasonal shortage.

Downtown Redevelopment: A Look at Rio Nuevo's Past and Future

The state has extended the development district through 2035; how is downtown doing and what's next?

Hopi Tribe Asks Governments for Help in Land Exchange Efforts

The tribe is looking for support as it works to finalize the transfer set out in a 1996 agreement.

Arizona Delegation Heading to Mexico City

Business and political leaders look to bolster ties with their counterparts in Mexico.

Following the Journey of One Asylum Seeker From Honduras

The country is known for violence against women and the LGBTQ community.

Why 9% Raises for Arizona's Teachers Are No Guarantee

The Arizona School Boards Association offers an explanation.

Immigration Attorney Explains Process for Receiving Asylum

What five categories are acceptable reasons for pursuing asylum.

Dozens Arrive at Nogales Border to Seek Asylum

Nogales International reporter Kendal Blust explains why they say they left their countries.

Marana, Other Districts, to Go Beyond 9% Teacher Raises

MUSD raises come amid district debate over a school closure as well as construction on a new facility.

ADOT Trucker Training in Mexico Cuts Down on Border Wait Time

The main driver behind the initiative is safety and compliance, an official said.

Tucson's Health is Below Average in Some Ways, Group Says

Health-data program rep says social and economic factors can have a big impact on the health of a city like Tucson.

Asylum Seekers; Dividing Dollars for Teacher Pay; ADOT in Mexico

Plus, an immigration attorney in Tucson explains how asylum cases are currently processed.

Charity Campaign Gives UA Motorists Tasty Alternative to Fines

The university's plan let parking violators pay some tickets with jars of peanut butter.

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