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Oro Valley Council Considers Tax to Expand Naranja Park

Should voters be asked to OK $4.50 a month more in property taxes for $17M improvements?

Above-Normal Flow to Be Released from Lake Powell

Water will go to Lake Mead for distribution to Arizona, California, Nevada.

Opioid Prescription Changes, Access to Overdose Aid Coming

Drug stores will be able to sell Narcan, which can bolster critical life systems in overdose.

Search Continues for Two Grand Canyon Hikers

Family members say woman's outdoor experience could keep her, grandson alive.

Douglas Mayor Sees Bright Prospects in Port of Entry

The town's history is in copper, but its future may be in border trade.

Outdoor Film Series Moves to Tucson Museum of Art

Displacement for a second time is 'good' problem for downtown, founder says.

2018 Congressional Races Already Taking Shape

Candidates in three Southern Arizona districts begin work to qualify for ballot.

Group Offers Yoga to Help UA Students Cope with Depression

One in four displays symptoms; LGBTQ Affairs office offers classes to assist.

Poll: 42% in State Know Someone Addicted to Opioids

Survey says one-third of Arizonans weren't warned by doctors of drugs' addictive nature.

Episode 311: Douglas - A Small Town Thinking Big

New leadership in the border community aims to build economic momentum.

Rare Meeting Between Tucson Rights Groups, Border Patrol

Interim Border Patrol Sector Chief seeks common ground, promises more meetings.

Mexican Holiday, Rising Peso Have Tucson Malls Busy

'Semana Santa' gives Mexicans a chance to vacation and shop in Southern Arizona.

Be Registered to Vote to Weigh in on Tucson Sales Tax

Registration deadline is Monday for city of Tucson's half-cent tax increase proposal.

Episode 133: Reaction to Immigration Crackdown

Plus, controversy over proposed UA Honors College dorms, interring indigent vets, more.

How Do Arizona Officials Prevent Voter Fraud?

The state and counties have safeguards in place to keep your vote safe.

Veterans' Remains To Be Laid To Rest Saturday

Marana Veterans' Memorial Cemetery to be final resting place for 30 homeless or indigent veterans.

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