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Tumamoc Hill Path Closing to be Repaved

The January project to improve access for hikers and UA scientists is expected to close the hill for two weeks.

Coast Guard Medical Teams to Assist Border Patrol

The Border Patrol in Yuma and Tucson doesn't have the manpower to conduct medical screenings of migrant children.

US-Bound Migrants Opt Instead for Mexican Coding School

The software engineering school originally catered to returning Mexican migrants.

Garbage, Feces Take Toll on National Parks Amid Shutdown

The shutdown has left parks without many of the employees who monitor campgrounds and otherwise keep parks running.

Photos: Storm Drops Snow on Southern Arizona

Forecasters issued a winter storm warning for the region until 5 p.m.

Episode 162: Using a Patient’s Own Cells in Regenerative Medicine Therapies

Developing methods for using a patient’s own cells in regenerative medicine therapies.

Episode 161: Climate Change and the Transmission of Infectious Diseases

The impact of a changing climate on the transmission of infectious diseases.

Victoria Season 2: Episodes 6 & 7

When tragedy strikes, Victoria and Albert confront the true cost of standing by their convictions.

Midsomer Murders Season 13: The Made-To-Measure Murders

The widow of a tailor is murdered on her way to the vicarage.

Doc Martin Season 8 Premiere

Louisa and Martin are back together in Portwenn with their infant son, James Henry.

Pima County, TUSD Sue State Over Desegregation Funds

The complaint aims to see the state continue to provide aid rather than shift the financial burden to TUSD homeowners.

A Boost to Teacher Pay, Declining Enrollment

A conversation with journalist Hank Stephenson about the biggest issues in education in Arizona in 2018

New Dinosaur Species Found South of Tucson

The previously undiscovered species is similar to a triceratops.

The Top Border and Immigration Stories of 2018

Family separations, caravans from Central America and the deployment of U.S. troops to the border top the list.

Arizona Lawmakers Prepare for New Year, New Session

Changing political dynamics could mean a different tone for the 2019 legislative session.

Charting a New Course for Water Supply in the Southwest

Water managers in Colorado River Basin states spent much of 2018 working on drought contingency plans.

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