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Space Scientists Look For Answers in OSIRIS-REx Photos

Particles and boulders pose new questions for planetary researchers.

Border Officials Releasing Detained Migrants in Yuma

Some politicians pushed back against the practice, while officials have used the term "breaking point" to describe the situation at the border.

Conservation Groups Sue to Block Proposed Rosemont Copper Mine

The groups claim the Army Corps of Engineers illegally issued a permit to the owners of the mine.

Surge in Family Migration Leaving Void in Rural Guatemalan Schools, Communities

Chairs pile up in the classrooms of villages where debt cycles and tougher immigration enforcement mean a new migration trend: parents traveling with younger children.

U.S. Immigration: The View From Mexico and Guatemala

In search of perspectives from outside the U.S. on the current state of immigration at our southern border.

Trump Administration Proposes Defunding Tribal College Scholarship Program

The program survived last year's proposed cuts, but it's on the table again this year.

Raytheon Missile Systems Head Retiring

Taylor Lawrence is retiring; Wesley Kremer will be taking his place.

Bipartisan Drought Plan Legislation Coming to Congress 'Very Soon'

The drought contingency plan needs congressional approval before it can become law of the river.

Looking for Something to do this Week? Try Tucson Cine Mexico.

The longest-running Mexican film festival in the United States is back in Tucson.

Rosemont Copper; Criminal Justice Reform in Arizona

Plus, understanding the response to rising temperatures and extreme weather in Arizona.

UA Gender Violence Consortium Ramping Up Services for Victims

The center received a major grant to answer questions about gender-based violence.

US Hopes to Work With Central America to Slow Migration

High levels of violence in those so-called Northern Triangle countries has been a key driver of migration.

Police: Fentanyl Use on the Tohono O'odham Nation Down

Tribal leaders fear meth use may be on the rise.

Grant Will Send Students from Low-Income Households on Free Field Trips

The Angel Charity for Children Scholarship will cover the cost of overnight visits to Camp Cooper for more than 900 students.

Don Diamond, Tucson Businessman and Philanthropist, Dies

Diamond helped to develop Tucson properties and donated millions of dollars to Tucson nonprofits.

Low-Priced Housing Drying up in Tucson

Small, affordable homes are getting hard to find.

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