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Debbie Weitzell, left, and Stephanie Gelsinon scan Freedmen Bureau documents.

Hidden History: Records Help Tucsonans Find Ancestry

Freedmen's Bureau data made available with help from Mormon Church.

Education Conference Shines Light on Arizona Funding

Arizona Education Association incoming president says funding still below pre-recession.

Grocery Prices Fall 4% in Second Quarter in Arizona

Cheaper prices in the dairy section lead the decrease, with eggs, some meat nlower, too.

NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter will examine the origin and evolution of the solar system's largest planet.

UA Scientist to Delve into Jupiter's Secrets in Flyby

Juno spacecraft reaches solar system's largest planet July 4 after five-year journey.

ACLU Claims Federal Agents Abused US Citizens

Homeland Security officers forced X-ray exam, detention for 'littering.'

Students at Southwest Junior High School in San Luis, Ariz.

State Starts Sending Prop 123 Money to Schools

$191 million from state Land Trust Fund, another $74 million from general fund.

The border fence in Arizona.

Sheriff: Cartels Forcing Migrants to Traffic Drugs

Armed drug smugglers are using threats and intimidation against unwilling migrants.

Arizona Theatre Company Warns of Financial Crisis

Professional arts group says it must raise $2 million by Friday.

Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Doesn’t Affect Arizona, Yet

5-3 decision strikes down Texas anti-abortion law; Arizonans evaluating impact.

Weather Helps Slow Spread of Redington Fire East of Tucson

The 'Racetrack Fire' started Sunday, spread to 800 acres by Monday morning

Arizona Students Improve Test Scores, But Most Still Fail

Statewide results of AzMerit released Monday; individual outcomes still to come.

Missing hikers (from left) William Swango, 57;  Layla Nash, 4; Riley Nash, 6.and Ronald Swango, 27

Four Missing Family Members Hiking on Mt. Lemmon Located

Sheriff's spokeswoman says they appear safe; rescue workers trying to reach them.

Art Del Cueto, Border Patrol union official.

Union Official: Tucson Border Patrol Polygraph Use Flawed

Union says recruits being subjected to 'judge, jury executioner' treatment.

When We Go Home, Power Use Goes Up

Air conditioning usage spikes when residential units are cranked up.

Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe

4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?

Issues with Accreditor May Put Tucson Schools in Limbo

Students face loss of financial aid if they aren't overseen by approved agency.

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