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Military Report Details Sexual Assault in the Ranks

Marines reported the highest number of assaults among the four branches of the military.

Prison Guards and Inmates Unite in Plea for Better Security

Calls for action point to problems with door locks that critics say resulted in the death of an inmate and the beating of guards.

Tensions Between the Press and State Arise In Mexico

The president's viral commentary has sparked worry about the impact of that rhetoric on journalists in the country.

Napier Testifies Before House Committee

The Pima County sheriff said the border has been in "crisis" for decades.

Climate Change Making Southwest Hotter

A UA professor lays out the changes for congressional committee.

Former Tucson City Councilman Roy Laos Dies at 65

The Tucson native served from 1977-1988

UA Sophomore Named Student Regent

Anthony Rusk will become the second Student Regent on the board.

GOP Leaders in Immigrant-Heavy States OK with Census Citizenship Question

The divide between red and blue states is stark as both prepare for a census that could ask about citizenship for the first time in 70 years.

Ducey Names New Arizona Supreme Court Justice

The governor has named his fourth justice to the high court.

Arizona Utility Finally Comes Clean About Political Spending

APS spent millions of dollars on the election for the commission that regulates it.

Jaguar Recovery Plan Envisions Sprawling Habitat Areas

The plan from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service drew criticism from environmental groups.

$220M Available to Small Businesses to Clean Up Navajo Uranium Mines

The funding comes from a $1.7 billion settlement from a company that mined the region.

Arizona Lawmakers Wade Into Tomato Fight

State lawmakers are defending Arizona's agriculture industry

Yuma Declares Emergency Over Migrant Family Releases

Mayor Douglas Nicholls said he's looking for federal funding and a "FEMA-like response."

Equal Rights Amendment Fails to Get Vote in Arizona House

Democrats called for a vote to ratify the constitutional amendment.

Trump Signs Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan

The president announced his approval following a bipartisan effort to move it through Congress.

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