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Tucson Police to Take Mental Health 'First Aid' Training

Goal is to keep people in crisis out of jail and get services.

US and Mexico Promise Plan to Fight Drug Cartels

Officials say both countries are to blame for an opioid epidemic.

Immigrant: 'Waiting and Waiting' for Dreaded Knock on Door

Phoenix man under deportation order and wearing electronic ankle bracelet.

US, Mexican Officials Meet in DC to Discuss Security Issues

Secretary of State Tillerson, Mexican foreign minister will look at cartels, other issues.

Legislature Giveth to Pima, Taketh from Maricopa

In apparent political move, Pima gets $400,000 Maricopa lost in anti-gang money.

Special Election Day: Tucsonans Decide on Sales Tax

Increase of half-cent would raise $250 million for public safety, street repairs.

Tucson Sales Tax Election Count Tuesday; Turn in Ballots

City seeks half-cent increase in tax to pay for public safety equipment, street repairs.

Ex-Border Agent's Lawyer: Boy Shot Through Fence Was Drug Trafficker

Attorney for agent facing murder charges says teen victim threw rocks, ran from U.S. agents.

Turnout at 24.6% So Far in Tucson Tax Election

Nearly 63,000 ballots received, with four days to go on Proposition 101.

Border Agent's Murder Trial Set for October

Lonnie Swartz faces charges related to a 2012 shooting that left a boy dead on the Mexican side of the border.

Former Pima County Chief Deputy Sentenced to Probation

He pled guilty to reduced charges after indictment on misuse of $500,000.

Episode 135: Tucson Sales Tax Election Begins, 19 Days to Vote by Mail

At issue: whether to raise sales tax a half percentage point to pay for police and fire equipment, road repair.

Tucson Police, Fire Chiefs: Most of Fleets Outdated

Departments say they also need upgrades to bullet-proof vests, fire-protection gear.

Prop 101: Should Tucson's Sales Tax Rise for Public Safety, Streets?

Increase would raise $250M for police, fire, street repairs in 5 years; use existing budget, opponent says.

Rare Meeting Between Tucson Rights Groups, Border Patrol

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

Episode 133: Reaction to Immigration Crackdown

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

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