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Film Details Disappearance of 43 Mexican Students

They disappeared in 2014 when planning protest; all are feared dead.

Groups Meet to Discuss Four Corners and Clean Air

Government, industry, citizens' groups gather at Durango, Colo., this week.

All Souls: Tucson's Annual Celebration of Life and Death

2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event's 25-year history.

Final Election Results Counted; No Changes in Any Races

38.5% of registered voters cast ballots for candidates, issues in Pima County.

A California condor soars near the Grand Canyon. It is the most endangered bird in North America. It's also the largest, with a wingspan of about nine feet.

Wildfire Added to List of Threats to Condor Population

Study shows about half of wild birds live long enough to raise a chick

AZ WEEK: More Education Funding? It's Up to Voters

Increasing the payout from the State Land Trust Fund requires constitutional change

Report: Arizona Gets 'D' for Government Transparency

A new study shows the state could do better when it comes to openness.

Final Ballot Count Due Monday in Pima County Election

Elections director blames slow ballot tally blamed on software, provisional ballots.

Three Ingredients to Launch a Successful Startup

Local groups use events, classes, and festivals to entice startups to Tucson or help Tucsonans get their own companies up and going

The border fence in Arizona.

Group Hopes Social Media Helps ID Migrants Who Died

The Missing Migrant Project aims to identify 800 remains

$150 Million Upgrades Coming to Gila County Copper Smelter

Upgrades are part of agreement with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Tucson Electric Seeks $12 Monthly Rate Increase

Proposal would restructure rates, including changing subsidies for solar.

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A Walking Meditation in Sunday's All Souls Procession

"People live as if they've got all the time in the world and death happens to other people, and this teaching is to wake us up so we can appreciate what we have while we have it."

Law Enforcement Job Fair Seeks Hundreds of Candidates

Immediate openings for U.S. Border Patrol and Customs, Tucson Police and Fire Department

Tucson Stops Citing Red-Light Runners after Ban Passes

City had said it would wait for election certification in two weeks, but citations stop now.

Clue to Mars’ Cold, Dry Surface Could Be in Solar Wind

MAVEN spacecraft offers clues to climatic processes

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