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Gov Ducey's Agenda; Bipartisan Lawmakers; New TUSD Board Member

Plus, the Tucson Metro Chamber on economic growth in Pima County.

Sierra Vista to Run Controlled Burns Next Week

City hopes to head off mosquito growth near wastewater facility.

Players of Traditional O'odham Women's Sport to Lead Women's March

The teams will lead an intertribal group at the front of the march.

Rare Lunar Eclipse-'Supermoon' to Create Striking Visual Experience

Unlike last year’s solar eclipse, Sunday's total lunar eclipse is visible to the naked eye - No eye protection needed

Tucson, Pima County Sue Opioid Industry

The suit claims manufacturers deceived the public about the addictive nature of opioids.

Border Sheriffs Want to Shift Focus Away From Wall

Sheriffs representing 31 counties bordering Mexico published a paper asking for more more technology and people.

Changes to Title IX Would Narrow Definition of Sex Discrimimation

A look at proposed changes to the federal law prohibiting such discrimination in education in the #MeToo era.

TUSD Hosting Fundraiser For Tour of Historically Black Institutions

Every student who has attended the tour in the past five years has gone on to college.

Rep Kirkpatrick Wants to Help 'Dreamers' Work for Congress

The Arizona representative's first bill would allow DACA recipients to work on Capitol Hill.

Southwest Key Takes Step to Have Freeze on Arizona Admissions Lifted

The migrant children's shelter operator has a months-long statewide freeze on placements of unaccompanied, undocumented children.

Drought Hangover Likely to Deplete Spring Runoff, Report Says

Despite "OK" snowpack, the hot and dry conditions of 2018 put the Southwest in a drought hangover.

Utilities Offer Help to Unpaid Federal Workers

TEP and Southwest Gas will cancel late fees and disconnections.

Tohono O'odham Officials Argue Against Border Wall

Tribal leaders traveled to Washington, D.C. to make their case before a committee.

Trial of Border Humanitarian Aid Workers Begins in Tucson

Misdemeanor charges against No More Deaths volunteers could set a precedent for migrant humanitarian work in the Arizona desert.

TUSD Still Faces Teacher Shortages Despite Pay Raises, Sign-On Bonuses

The district will hold back-to-back job fairs in an effort to get ahead of hiring challenges.

Native Americans Tell Committee Government Shutdown is Closing Medical Clinics

Testimony in a committee chaired by Arizona Rep. Grijalva pointed to medical assistance for the elderly and needy.

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