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State Steps Up Safety Campaign for Road Workers

2 deaths in two weeks leads transportation officials to add signage statewide.

Students at Southwest Junior High School in San Luis, Ariz.

Arizona Junior High Called One of Best Schools in the World

Students from Southwest Junior High in San Luis are heading to top colleges for summer.

Edna San Miguel

Congressional Candidate’s Place on Ballot Challenged

Lawsuit looks to throw out signatures collected by 3rd District's Edna San Miguel.

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Girls Can Learn from New UA Women's Basketball Coach

Adia Barnes, returning to coach team she once played for, holds summer camp.

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Excessive Heat Expected Sunday, Monday in Tucson

Temperatures are expected to top out around 113 in Tucson on Sunday.

Navajo Tribe Awaits Possible Donald Trump Campaign Visit

Tribal Council invites Hillary Clinton, too; no response from either candidate.

Deported Non-Citizen Military Vets Seek Return to US

Many committed small crimes for which they were banished from the country.

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Democratic Poll Shows Kirkpatrick Leading McCain

43%-41% represents statistical tie but first time Democrat ahead of incumbent.

Yarnell and Peeples Valley were evacuated because of this wildfire.

Yarnell Fire 40% Contained and Slowing; Evacuees Return

Hundreds of people back in homes in Yarnell, Peeples Valley; no houses lost.

Hundreds gathered on Tucson's North Fourth Avenue to remember the victims in Orlando, Fla.

Hundreds of Tucsonans Gather to Recall Orlando Victims

Clergy, families, others join LGBTQ community to mourn and protest gun violence.

Cochise County rancher John Ladd explains how people cut the fence to cross where his ranch abuts the border.

Cochise County Ranchers Use Radios to Get Help on Border

Ranchers in remote areas near the border can now communicate with law enforcement.

Regent: Successor May Replace UA's Hart in Less Than 2 Years

President Ann Weaver Hart won't seek an extension of contract beyond June 2018.

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Tucson Initiative Aimed at Boosting Homeownership

Launch coincides with new Arizona Department of Housing mortgage assistance program.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

On Pima County Streets: Is One Traffic Death Too Many?

Why do traffic crashes and the casualties from them remain a persistent problem?

Forester: 'Active Wildfire Season Has Materialized'

Year-round fire season means 35 fires so far this year, scorching 30,000 acres.

Tucson Firefighters rescued two people and a dog from this car in a wash on North Santa Rita Avenue in Tucson, Jan. 7, 2016.

Monsoon Arrives with Warning to Heed Closed Streets

Barriers at washes mean don't cross; those who do could be fined.

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