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Tucson Home Sales Up Again, Beating National Trend

Realty association reports 1,529 sales in May, 6.5 percent more than a year ago.

Bridge connecting Guatemala and Mexico on the Rio Suchiate. Guatemalans hoping to make it to the U.S. take rafts across.

'Programa Frontera Sur:' US Intercedes in Southern Mexico

US funds Mexican government's efforts to slow Central American illegal immigration.

┬┐Hablas Espa├▒ol? Many Businesspeople Trying to Learn

Spanish business classes in demand; 233% increase in number of Spanish speakers nationally.

Sunset at Yavapai Point, along the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

Grand Canyon Works Toward Dimming Its 5,000 Lights

Dark Sky Association grants provisional status, giving canyon 3 years to retrofit lights.

Study: Arizona Tops US in Health of Retiree Funds

70 percent of assets needed to cover state employee retiree health care.

Mule Ridge Fire, near Arivaca, June 6, 2016.

Wildfire Near Mexican Border Exceeds 8,500 Acres

Crews have half the fire contained; wildlands managers worry about conditions.

Beatriz Escalante and her son at a Yuma church shelter after crossing illegally in hopes of receiving asylum.

New Surge of Central Americans Seen on Border

Unaccompanied youth, women with small children still making their way north.

Tucson City Hall.

$1.4 Billion City of Tucson Budget Faces Tuesday Vote

Spending package arrived at after months of cutsto erase projected $40 million deficit.

Commercial trucks coming through the Mariposa Port of Entry. (2015)

Kirkpatrick in Nogales: 'A Wall Doesn't Make Sense'

U.S. Senate candidate focuses on the border in challenging incumbent McCain.

Republican and Democratic party buttons

Local Candidates Could See Presidential Race Effects

Pima County political party chairs agree tone of 'roller coaster' race will have impact.

Homeless man on a cold day

Tucson Homeless Numbers Rise on Streets, Drop in Shelters

Official: Numbers explained by homeless ineligible for shelters because of drug, alcohol use.

Arizona-Mexico Border: Cooperation, Not Confrontation

National political rhetoric belies what locals see as a 'region, not a border.'

How Does the Presidential Election Affect Local Politics?

We ask political party leaders and journalists about trickle-down politics.

Raytheon President: Defense Spending Bill May Allow Growth

Money supports Tomahawk, air-to-air missiles from plant employing 9,600.

Tablets available for inmate use charge in a housing unit of the Pima County Jail in May 2016.

Pima County Jail Inmates Go Digital, Get Tablet Computers

Devices can be used for phone calls, games, videos, or revoked for discipline.

Tucson Streetcar Schedule Reduction Put on Hold

Transit officials say City Council will consider it as part of overall budget.

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