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Gov. Ducey 'Welcomes Deployment' of National Guard to Border

President Trump is following his two successors in sending troops to the border.

Tucson Doctor Charged Over Illegal Prescriptions

David Alan Ruben allegedly prescribed opioids after being ordered to stop

Report: Pima County Has Highest Property Tax Rate in Arizona

While the rate is highest in the state, it is below the national average.

Students Celebrate Santa Cruz River with Poems and Art

Pima County's Living River of Words contest inspired by visits to flowing river.

Lifeblood of the Desert: Restoration Brings New Life to Santa Cruz River

The river has supported four millennia of agriculture and growth in Tucson.

For Fungus-Infected Frogs, It’s Change or Die

That includes frogs in Arizona, like grass frogs and the threatened Chiricahua leopard frog.

Court Rules in Favor of Havasupai Students in Education Suit

The historic decision sets precedent, recognizes impact of historical, intergenerational trauma.

Supervisors OK Report Urging Tax Swap for Road Repairs

Report calls for a sales tax that would slowly shift from covering road repairs to abating property taxes.

Arizona Supreme Court Hears DACA Tuition Case

The case is a challenge to Maricopa Community College's offer of in-state tuition to DACA recipients.

Flu Reports Still Active: Not Too Late to Get Vaccine

Arizona Department of Health Services sees rise in influenza B strain.

Prosecutor Says New Domestic Violence Protocol Will Save Lives

Eighteen questions help police determine who's most at risk.

Student ID Card Research Raises Privacy Concerns

UA students are not told their CatCard use is recorded.

UA Law Students Gaining Experience in Tribal Court

Students arguing criminal cases in Pascua Yaqui Tribal Court.

Can the Way Students Use ID Cards Predict Whether They Drop Out?

A University of Arizona researcher hopes data can help understand why university freshmen leave.

Raytheon Promoting STEM Education in Southern Arizona

The company’s vice president of engineering says it has a responsibility to the community.

Schools Supe Douglas Talks Teacher Raises and School Safety

Superintendent of public instruction said prioritizing safety could mean diverting funds from educators.

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