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Will Tucson Clash with Feds over 'Immigrant Welcoming'?

US Attorney General threatens to cut funding for cities not enforcing federal laws.

Wet Winter Stocks Fuel for Fire Season in Southern Arizona

Precipitation leads to more fine fuels and grasses, and more risk of quick-spreading fire.

Tucson's Cyclovia Not Just For Cyclists

The event focuses on community building, seeing city in a different way, coordinator says.

Pima County Launches Emergency Alert System

Notifications will come via cell phone text message or email.

Tucson Can Keep Tax Incentive for Downtown Redevelopment

Legislature proposed changes, but city's key tool to encourage development intact.

Students Show off Science Skills at Annual Fair

More than 2,000 exhibits and activities for kids and adults at the Southern Arizona event.

Feds Postpone Deadline for Bids to Build Border Wall

'Where's the money?' contractors ask as government delays until April 4.

Arizona Desert Is Testing Spot for NASA's Mars Capsule

The mission is in the 'quantification' stage, and each test costs $1-$1.5 million.

TUSD Names Interim Superintendent, Begins Search

Assistant Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo named to run district until permanent hire.

Tucson Symphony Promotes CEO from Within

Thomas McKinney joined the orchestra in 2015 as VP of development.

Annual Health Report Shows Good, Bad in Southern Arizona

County-level breakdown: Pima, Cochise and Santa Cruz counties have mixed results.

University Funding Proposal Holds Up State Budget

A policy debate on university maintenance could keep lawmakers in session longer.

Senators Want Arizona Reimbursed for Incarcerating Border Crossers

McCain and Flake want to ensure Arizona gets paid back through the SCAAP program.

Some UA Students Speak Against $100 Athletics Fee

Tuition hearing draws mixed reaction to overall 3.9% in-state undergrad increase.

Bill Would Replace Standardized Tests for Arizona High Schoolers

Schools can have more choices when replacing the test.

Aid Group Reports Increase in Cartels Exploiting Migrants

Migrants, especially from Central America, are experiencing a high state of vulnerability, advocate says.

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