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Winds Drive Cochise County Wildfire to 14,900 Acres

Brush, grass scorched, power line threatened; containment at 5 percent.

Referendums Give People a Say On Recently Passed Laws

Two groups are trying to repeal laws just passed by the Legislature.

Traffic Program Finds 1 in 7 Driving Without Seat Belts

TPD also noted 6 instances of children riding in the car unrestrained.

Episode 319: Opioids in Arizona - A State of Emergency

Arizona Week: Investigating extent of opioid addiction, why people get hooked.

How's Tucson's Credit Score? Getting Better

City's credit rating reflects a better budget than in past years.

Arizona's Sluggish-Port Reputation Hurting Cross-Border Trade

Some are trying to change that perception to attract companies.

Growing the Ties Between Farmers and Restaurants

Also: Get to know traveling music and community service group Up With People, formed right here in Tucson.

Episode 141: Local Governments Say No to Trump's Wall

Metro Week: 2 fire districts propose consolidation; new Catholic bishop coming to Tucson.

An LGBTQ Toolkit for Educators

Videos and accompanying educational resources will help promote understanding, awareness, and self-esteem

Arizona Medical-Device Companies Search for Inroads to Mexican Market

Domestic production in Mexico was $15.5 billion two years ago.

Dogs, and Owners, Can Beat the Heat at Botanical Gardens

The Tucson Botanical Gardens program invites well-behaved dogs to bring their owners to the 'oasis.'

Public Weighs in on TUSD Superintendent Profile

Sessions meant to identify qualities of ideal candidate.

Planting Fish to Kill Mosquitoes: 'This Is Historical'

Endangered fish species going into swimming pool to eat larvae.

Air Force Puts Some A-10s in Jeopardy Again

Plans call for cutting three squadrons because of wing problems.

City of Douglas Hopes to Cash in on Trade with Mexico

New life and economic opportunity coming to Cochise County border town.

Tucson Awaits New Catholic Bishop; Kicanas to Retire

'Mysterious' process kept under wraps until the pope selects the next bishop.

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