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Midsomer Murders Season 11: Days of Misrule

The detectives investigate an explosion at a trucking company run by a man with many enemies.

UA and Mexico Launch Legal Training for Diplomats

The new project aims to give U.S. laws an international perspective.

Tribe That Owns Grand Canyon Skywalk to Improve Airport

The Hualapai Tribe received five grants for airport fixes at its tourism venture.

Arizona Employment Projected to Grow by 540K Jobs by 2026

Currently at 2.9 million, the number of state jobs is expected to reach 3.4 million in a decade.

Immigration Attorneys Struggle to Defend Central Americans with New Asylum Policy

Immigrants fleeing Central America because of gang violence can no longer ask for U.S. asylum.

Pinal County Road Tax Hike Overturned

Judge orders tax refunded to merchants that collected it.

No Controversial Economics Class at TUSD This Year; Board Opts for Review

The board may face the same questions, and controversy, for the 2019-20 school year.

Episode 141: UA Researchers Collect Genetic Clues to Advance Treatment Options for Lou Gehrig's Disease

A team of UA scientists are using a catalog of genetic information to look for clues in the battle against the deadly disease.

Long Lines Expected For Annual UA Rummage Sale

Furniture, bicycles and kitchen appliances are among items donated by students.

US State Department Prohibits Staff Travel to San Carlos, Guaymas

Recent violent crimes in the state of Sonora triggered the travel prohibition by the agency.

Poll: McSally Leads Ward, Arpaio in Republican Senate Race

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema holds a slight lead in polling for the general election.

Phoenix Shelter Employee Charged With Molesting Immigrant Child

Southwest Key operates 26 shelters for immigrant children in Arizona, California and Texas.

TUSD Supe: Teacher Vacancies Down, Fewer Than 1 Per School

Superintendent Trujillo says the increase in teacher pay from the state funding helped the district hire more people.

Nearly 2,500 Scientists Slam Trump's Planned Border Wall

The collective has called on the administration to follow environmental policies, and on Congress to step up action against proposals for more construction.

Arizona Among States Likely to Overprescribe Opioids for Ankle Sprains

Opioids are not a first-line treatment for ankle-sprains, yet their use is common in nine states.

Audit: Nearly Half of Border Agency Applicants Failed Entrance Exam

The review comes as the border agencies are under pressure to fulfill an executive order mandating the hiring of 5,000 new Border Patrol agents.

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