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OSIRIS-REx on its Way to Asteroid Bennu

Close-Earth encounter lets team test instruments, take pictures of Earth.

Link Between Depression, Dementia To Be Studied

Among those with dementia, 15%-45% also diagnosed with depression.

Dry End Bringing a Close to Above-Average Monsoon

Months that proceeded a record-breaking July have brought below-average rain.

Arizona Public Lands Less Likely to Burn in Wildfires Than Many Western States

Federal and state public land has similar percentage of acreage deemed at "high risk" of burning.

Tucson Responds to Help Mexico's Earthquake Survivors

Nonperishable items being collected by Arizona Mexico Commission

Episode 156: Working To Keep Teens Out of Lockup

Also, upgrades to wastewater facilities, an Oro Valley tax to develop a park, and the Kino Sports Complex.

Episode 334: DACA Application Deadline Approaches

The Mexican Consulate in Tucson is offering legal help to 'Dreamers' in Southern Arizona.

Visit Tucson Estimates it Had $213 Million Impact in 2016

Report by the tourism office measured only directly attributable travel to the area.

UA Lab Keeps Shrimp Industry Swimming Along

Researchers test and certify seafood for commercial farmers.

Some Employers Refusing to Pay Undocumented Workers

Federal officials say they will sue employers that don't pay workers, regardless of immigration status.

California Sues to Stop Border Wall Build

The lawsuit claims the Trump administration is in noncompliance with environmental laws.

Arizona Town Losing Landmark Business As Border Shopping Habits Change

The announcement that one Nogales department store is closing reverberated across two countries.

McSally Proposes Boost in Support Funding for Older Americans

Introduces bill to gain $14.2 million in services like transportation and in-home services.

Census Bureau: Arizona's Imports, Exports Drop in 2016

Dollar value of goods moving in and out of the state decreased slightly year-over-year.

Tucson Construction Students Heading to Texas for Hurricane-Recovery Efforts

A group of Pima JTED students will travel to Houston to help with recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey.

Earthquake Jolts Mexico, Sways Buildings In Mexico City

At least 139 people were reported dead as of Tuesday evening.

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