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Tips for Ensuring Recyclables End Up Being Recycled

20 percent of materials placed into household recycling bins are contaminated

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

US Supreme Court to Hear Cross-Border Shooting Case

In rock-throwing incident, agent in El Paso killed teenager standing on Mexican side.

National Border Patrol Union Endorses Trump for President

'We need a president who is going to take border security seriously,' spokesman says.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus.

Tuition Increase Proposal Criticized by UA Students

UA has proposed 3.2% increase for new students in fall 2016.

Campaign Finance Rewrite Passes Arizona House

Bill changes regulations for political fundraising

Mike Wilson leans on the U.S. fence. The new gate is behind him.

Tohono O'odham's San Miguel Border Gate May Be Closing

Access to ancestral lands on both sides of line may be at an end.

Airplane lands at Tucson International Airport

What to Know About Arizona's New Federally Compliant ID

Voluntary Travel ID will be required for commercial air, federal building entry.

The WIYN Observatory with a 3.5-meter telescope atop Kitt Peak National Observatory.

New Instrument at Kitt Peak to Search for Exoplanets

NEID will measure the tiny back-and-forth wobble of a star.

Proposed Tohono O'odham casino in Glendale.

Court Rules in Favor of Tohono O’odham Casino in Glendale

US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals allows gaming at site state officials have opposed.

The bacteria, called Group A Strep, typically causes strep throat.

Deadly Strep 'Superbug' Identified In Northern Arizona

Unusual strain causes severe skin infections that can lead to amputations or death

Union: Border Fence Breach Raises Terrorist Worries

National Border Patrol Council head testifies before Congress.

Maricopa County Recorder: 'I Made a Giant Mistake'

Voters and lawmakers express anger in hearing about problems with last week’s election

Tucson Celebrates Cesar Chavez Day of Service

City, county government offices closed in honor of farm labor leader.

Jesus Ibarra is a veteran newspaper reporter in Hermosillo.

Blackmailing Media Outlets An Ongoing Problem in Mexico

What happens when a former journalist is accused of targeting his old colleagues?

NASA: Arctic Ice Photographed at Its Smallest on Record

Ice the size of 'two Texases' has disappeared in less than four decades, scientist says.

Independent Vote In Arizona 'Hasn't Come to Fruition'

Arizona Week Friday analyzes election results and looks at role of independent voters.

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