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Desert Diamond Cup Brings Major League Soccer to Tucson

Three games will be played each Saturday for two weeks at Kino Sports Complex's North Field.

Episode 125: Local Law Enforcement Responds to Trump's Immigration Actions

Plus, black student leaders on misguided idea of 'post-racial' society; the UA Conference on Aging; the future of the Arizona Geological Survey.

Episode 303: Arizona Lawmen in Running for CBP Commissioner

Plus, reports of mobilizing the National Guard for immigration; Trump and the media; and the scope of presidential authority.

Report: Tucson Lacks Policies to Improve Citizen Health

CityHealth says Tucson is deficient in 7 of the 9 policies authors think can keep a population healthy.

Consulates Host Immigration Rights Workshops for Mexicans in Arizona

Aimed at educating those who are confused about their rights following recent events.

Mexico City Officials Promise 'Hospitable City' for Migrants

Capital city has policies that resemble those of U.S. 'sanctuary cities,' though some there say they're not effective.

Monsanto Pulls Tax Break Request, But Stays in County

Widespread opposition to the agricultural giant's plans for a corn-seed operation near Marana.

Housing Sales Up in Tucson, But Inventory Remains Low

Tucson's residential real estate market is going strong, but numbers affect affordability.

Tucsonans Find Help Filing Their Taxes from Volunteers

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program helps low-to-moderate income taxpayers prepare returns each year.

Group Hopes to Get Zoo Tax in Front of Voters

Zoo officials are hoping a tax will finance infrastructure improvements.

Tucson School Named Arizona's Top Charter for 2016

Academy of Math and Science Prince recognized for STEM curriculum achievements.

OSIRIS-REx Takes Photo of Jupiter, 3 Moons

UA-led mission testing out its cameras in search of Trojan asteroids.

680 Arrested In Immigration Roundups Across The Country

DHS secretary said 75% had been convicted of a list of prioritized crimes.

Government Takes Nibble out of Cattle Grazing Fees

Some in Arizona welcome the decrease, while others don't foresee a big impact.

2-Year Closure of Ina at I-10 Starts Wednesday

Intersection will be rebuilt to allow road to pass over freeway and nearby rail line.

News Media Lawyer: Free Press Is Nonpartisan Issue

'Redefine the American consensus ... no matter where we are in the political spectrum.'

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