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Border Roundtable; Politics, Life Near the Line, Tucson Sector Chief

Also, a look ahead at Arizona 360's tour of the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Rothschild, Other Mayors Call for End to Separation of Migrant Families

The policy is responsible for separating an average of 47 kids from their parents each day.

Got Bats? Check Your Hummingbird Feeder

Volunteers needed to track two nectar-feeding flyers.

Arizona Charter Schools Change Policies After ACLU Report

The report found that state-funded charter schools conducted enrollment in ways that could be seen as unlawful.

2 Tucson Residents Arrested for Smuggling Mexican Nationals

A 39-year-old woman and 28-year-old man, were arrested following a car chase Tuesday.

DOC: Death of Tucson Prison Inmate Appears to be a Homicide

Corrections officials say criminal investigators have identified a suspect in Martinez's death, but no other details were released.

Arizona to Use VW Settlement Money for New School Buses

Gov. Ducey announced plans for at least 280 buses for low-income districts.

Teachers Learn Active-Shooter Response at Local Training Sessions

Day-long sessions are based on Homeland Security's "Run, Hide, or Fight" strategy

Voter Registration Settlement Could Affect State Election Turnout

The decision may impact an activist coalition's efforts to register 200,000 Arizonans for the November election.

Firm Seeks to Buy Arizona's Navajo Generating Station

Middle River Power is the only potential buyer to emerge since the utilities that own the plant announced they would close it.

Construction Season Underway for Arizona Athletics

Summer improvements have started for for softball, football programs.

US Asylum Seekers Wait Their Turn on Mexican Border

The exact reasons for the border crossing bottleneck in California, Arizona and Texas are unclear.

Arizona Court Rules for Phoenix on Same-Sex Wedding Invitations

The city ordinance prohibits businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Hundreds Rally in Phoenix to Save Navajo Coal Plant

More than 300 people gathered to ask for more time to arrange the purchase of the Navajo Generating Station.

Tucson Economic Update: More Jobs, Housing Activity

However, tariffs and a depreciating peso are cause for concern for the Arizona economy, a UA Eller College economist says.

BP Sector Chief: Border Under 'Fragile' Control

Rodolfo Karisch warns of shifts in traffic that can ripple down the international line.

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