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Sci-fi meets reality in the field of synthetic biology

A UA astrobiologist using it to identify potential alien life

Florida 'appreciates' new tomato proposal; Nogales growers concerned

A produce distributor based in Nogales says proposed changes are "logistically impossible."

Tohono O'odham Nation inaugurates leadership

Ned Norris Jr. and Wavalene Saunders had previously served as chairman and vice chairwoman.

Arizona seeing record numbers for tourism, state office says

Tucson's UNESCO gastronomy designation was a game changer, according to the deputy director.

'Ghost sign' revealed as Flycatcher is demolished

The decades-old sign advertises a photography studio.

Tucson picks 2 companies for rental scooters pilot program

Each company will be permitted to launch up to 500 e-scooters.

Prime recreation spots could be altered by wildfire burning near Flagstaff

Locals wonder how the landscape might change as a result of the Museum Fire.

Tohono O'odham group: Border wall would block sacred pilgrimage

Proposed bollard-style fencing would cut through the route used by the Tohono O'odham for their Salt Pilgrimage.

Expanded fast-track deportations likely to face legal challenge

At least one rights group has promised a lawsuit to the expansion, which could impact hundreds of thousands of people.

Catholic Community Services secures new space for immigrant shelter at juvenile detention center

The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved the lease Monday.

50 years later, moon rocks are still yielding secrets

A Tucson lunar researcher says samples from the moon helped shape understanding of planetary development.

Fourth of July donation slowdown leads to blood shortage

The American Red Cross has issued an urgent call for blood and platelet donations.

Some controversial texts from accused border agent won't be shown to jury

Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen faces felony charges after allegedly ramming a man with his car and then lying about it.

Mexico and US dispute the assets of cartel leader 'El Chapo'

The countries are debating what to do with Joaquín Guzmán's $12 billion fortune.

Tourism a growing priority in some rural communities

Arizona 360 looks at how some smaller towns and cities are banking on tourism to boost their economies.

UA Special Collections opening lunar mapping exhibit

Hosting collection of rare documents and maps from university's moon researchers

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