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Century After New Mexico Raid, Pancho Villa Still Controversial

His statue in downtown Tucson draws praise, scorn; was gift of Mexico in 1981.

Pima Homeless Programs Get $7M in Federal Grants

Two dozen Tucson area agencies receiving HUD money this year.

Latin American Companies Look for 'Green' Business in Tucson

'La Idea' workshop will provide advice, mentoring and networking opportunity.

Catalina Foothills District Seeks Governing Board Member

Appointed member will serve until end of 2016 filling a vacancy.

ADOT Begins Interstate 11 Environmental Impact Study

Process of finding most environmentally friendly route for southern stretch of highway.

Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency. (AP Photo/The Guardian)

Edward Snowden to Speak via Video Link to Tucson Audience

Snowden will join Noam Chomsky, journalist Glenn Greenwald on security discussion

Buy a House, Sell It Quickly: Flipping Rises Anew in Tucson

Locally driven short-term ownership up 7% last year, but it didn't suppress prices.

Old Main on the campus of The University of Arizona

Suicide's Impact Ripples Through UA Campus

Police, administrators, mental health service providers work to respond.

Tucson Brewery First to Use Equity Crowdfunding Law

1055 Brewing Co. is first company to seek investors in the state.

Sunnyside Auditorium: Courtroom for a Day

Arizona Court of Appeals holds oral arguments at high school.

Road Project Will Close Most of 22nd/Alvernon Intersection

Water, sewer line work will keep traffic out of much of the intersection through Monday

Teens walk into Nogales shelter escorted by Border Patrol officers for processing

New Surge of Central American Youth Expected at US Border

Border Protection official tells congressional committee numbers rising, could hit 75,000.

Janos Wilder, owner of Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails, tells how he takes an American hotdog and transforms it into a unique dish that melds flavors from both sides of the US/Mexico Border.

Pima County Raises Restaurant Fees in New Health Code

Inspection costs will rise incrementally each year through 2020.

Mayor: Tucson Needs Tax Increase to Provide Services

Rothschild says more revenue needed to erase city's $25M deficit for new fiscal year.

Credit Scores Give Glimpse at Southern Arizona's Residents

A difference in credit scores can equate to thousands saved or lost on a home payment.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Students: Apply Now for Paid Pima County Summer Jobs

Decades-old program places teens and young adults in paid jobs and internships

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