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Permits To Build New Homes in Tucson Flat to Start 2017

First half of the year continues multi-year trend.

Scientists Will Simulate an Asteroid Impact with the Real Thing

The asteroid will pass close to Earth, but will safely continue on its way.

Supply Low, Red Cross Urging Blood Donors to 'Roll Up Sleeves'

Summer months are difficult, and the supply is going out as fast as it's coming in, the organization says.

Episode 149: Who's on the Ballot for Tucson City Council Primaries?

Interviews with Ward 3 Democrats and Ward 6 Greens.

Arizona Gets Second Request for Voter Info

Arizona election officials to decide what information to give the federal government

Border Wall Funding Gets Through House in Defense Budget

The U.S. House approved $1.6 billion for border wall construction.

Border Patrol To Test at Least 3 Types of Drones In Arizona

More types of unmanned aerial vehicles could be coming to the border.

Episode 326: Past and Present of Railroads in Arizona

Also, a look back at an eventful week in politics, which saw the return of Sen. John McCain following his cancer diagnosis.

Episode 148: Companies Sign on for Planned Sahuarita Tech Center

Plus: Startup Tucson shifts direction after loss of funding to mentor entrepreneurs.

Trump Tweets Transgender Ban; Group Says Challenge in the Works

Southern Arizona rights nonprofit says groups already organizing against the ban.

$300K On the Line for Tucson With DOJ 'Sanctuary City' Threat

City labels itself 'immigrant-friendy,' and Mayor Rothschild is confident Tucson will not lose the funding.

McCain Files Amendments to Health Care Bill

The senator wants to extend phase-out period of Medicaid and adjust it for inflation.

UA Athletics Looks at Brain Health of All Athletes, Not Just Football Players

Same approach to other injuries: long-term treatment and recovery.

Auditors Question Success of Border Surveillance Towers

Comes amid Customs and Border Protection plans to obtain and test new border surveillance, technology, like drones.

Study: Southern Arizonans Lack Financial Stabiliity

Many around the state could not live off savings at the poverty level for three months.

McCain Urges Bipartisanship in Return to Senate

The senator from Arizona spoke following a vote to debate health care reform.

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