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The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Transportation of Undocumented Migrants to AZ Ceases

Officials with Honduran, Guatemalan consulates say Thursday was last day groups were dropped off at bus stations.

Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Unlicensed PHX Marijuana Dispensary Gets Busted

Police say building showed all signs of being a legitimate MMJ facility; DEA had received complaints from authorized dispensaries.

Bipartisan Vets Health Choice Bill Gets Senior Senators OK

Legislation would allow veterans to use private doctors, hospitals if experiencing long waits at VA.

Congressman Raúl Grijalva discussing his opinions and stance on SB 1070.

Grijalva Visits Tucson VA Hospital, Calls It One of Best

Congressman tours facility to find out what administrators there are doing correctly; says blame for PHX issues should also fall on Congress.

2010 AZ Law Could Interfere with EPA Carbon Emission Plan

This specifically barred new state rules or regional agreements to reduce greenhouse gases without approval from state Legislature.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

TPD Has New Database Tracking SB1070 Enforcement

Policy change modeled after agreement between city of South Tucson, ACLU of Arizona that aims to curb alleged racial profiling.

Tougher Campfire, Smoking Restrictions for Southeastern AZ

These will take effect Thursday amid threats of wildfires in area; Coronado Natl. Forest, Saguaro Natl. Park among those implementing them.

The Tucson City Council meets Dec. 2 after swearing in reelected members Karin Uhlich, Richard Fimbres and Steve Kozachik. Councilman Paul Cunningham is absent.

Tucson Council OKs $1.25B Budget for 2014-15

Decrease in revenue led to cuts; audience pleas for restoration of funding in Access TV, business development.

Tucson Plans National Search for New City Manager

Local committee will weigh in, and interim appointee will not be eligible for permanent job.

Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in testimony before Senate Judiciary Committee Jan. 30, 2013.

Giffords Gun Control Group Backing Several Congress Races

Group has raised about $14.5M; says it will support mostly Democratic incumbents who have supported efforts to expand gun sale backgrounds.

AZ Sens Help Introduce Bill Addressing VA Issues

Veterans Choice Act would provide veterans with greater choice and flexibility in health care providers; increase transparency of Veterans Affairs.

Indian Reservation Power Plant Doesn't Fall in EPA Emission Plan

Agency said it will delay standards for 4 plants on reservations to talk further with tribes, give them opportunity to create their own strategy.

AZ Abortion Regulations Blockage Remain in Place

9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel decided Tuesday to keep injunctions against new rules while lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood is pending.

AZ, KS Back to Appeals Court for Proof of Citizenship Requirements

10th U.S. Circuit Court will hear arguments by both states in a lawsuit attempting to force feds help enforce the rule for new voters.

EPA: AZ Has to Cut Power Plants Emission by Half

Proposed Clean Power Plan revealed today proposes to cut carbon emissions from country's power plants by one-third; widespread opposition from coal industry.

Oracle State Park Hopes for Dark Skies Recognition

Would be first Arizona park to be named dark sky park; climate conditions, proximity to Catalinas help minimal light pollution to area.

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