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A Day in the Life of Workers Reaching Out to Tucson's Homeless Youth

Unaccompanied homeless youth are the most challenging subpopulation of homelessness to gauge by number.

Miracle Mile Recognized on National Register of Historic Places

Retro hotels and neon signs recall a bygone era.

UA Projects Enrollment Increase for Online Courses

Prior to 2015, online education at the University was exclusively graduate programs.

Mexico's Sonora Prepares for Seasonal Visitors from the US

State-federal program bolsters safety and travel assistance.

Tucson Economy Ready to Grow Behind Manufacturing Sector

Good economic times come as federal spending begins to increase again.

AAA: More Than 1/3 of Arizonans Will Travel for Holidays

While many will take to the road, most will not be leaving the state.

Jobs Report Shows Growth in Tucson, State

Previously discouraged workers are returning to the labor force.

Sonora Better than Most Mexican States in Corruption Index

Transparency International ranks Mexico one of worst countries in the world in terms of political corruption.

Arizona Sen. Flake Promised Chance To Bring DACA Bill To Senate Floor

Congress has 75 days to enact permanent protections for 'Dreamers.'

UA Astronomer's Camera to Play Key Role in New Space Telescope

Infrared camera will search for first objects in the universe.

Report Raises Red Flags Over Treatment of Immigrant Detainees

Families with loved ones at the Eloy Detention Center worry about their safety and health.

2017 Brings More Talk of Roads in Tucson Government

Pima County, Tucson Council political party makeup remains the same. Both bodies talk of road fixes.

Arizona's Minimum Wage Going Up Jan 1

The raise means more than $1,000 more a year for full-time workers.

Influenza Now 'Widespread' in Arizona

Weekly case reports doubled last week in Pima County, statewide.

Premature Births Increase in Arizona, US

It's the first rise in the rate of premature births in eight years.

Report: Gap Grows Between 3rd-Generation Latinos and Cultural Roots

While many 3rd-generation Hispanic parents don't speak Spanish, the survey found, they want their children to learn.

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