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Attorney Reflects on Murder Trial of Border Agent Lonnie Swartz

Bill Risner has represented several plaintiffs in civil cases against the Border Patrol.

Tohono O’odham Leaders Meet With Interior Secretary Zinke During Border Visit

Secretary Zinke toured the Arizona-Mexico border and spoke in support of President Trump's wall.

Banner-UMC Opening New Facility to Tours

Nine-story tower will open to patients in April 2019

The Role of School Resource Officers in Arizona

Gov. Ducey's school safety plan includes more aid for school resource officers.

Judge: Land Trust Use to Fund Arizona Schools is Illegal

Federal judge says state may need to pay back millions in Proposition 123 money.

Gov. Ducey Suspends Uber From Autonomous Testing

The move comes in the wake of a pedestrian fatality in Tempe last week.

Battle Over F-35s Returns to Tucson

Opposition group gears up to resume fight against stealth jet.

Money and Politics: Who Gives to Candidates and Why?

Thousands of people have donated to the campaigns of Arizona gubernatorial candidates. Hear from two big-dollar donors.

Dry Conditions Will Likely Cost Cattle Ranchers, Association VP Says

Though forage due to last year's precipitation could help them manage until rains return.

Klein Announces She'll Step Down as Board of Regents President

Cites enrollment, performance improvements during term as board president.

Marana Unified to Hear From Public on Future of Thornydale Elementary

The board has not commented despite parents' fears over the future of a special-needs program.

Money and Politics: Which Occupations Donate Most to Arizona Governor Candidates?

In campaign finance, CEOs and retirees are putting the most money into the gubernatorial race.

Aerospace, Defense Company to Expand Its Chandler Footprint

Orbital ATK will open a 47-acre campus near it's existing space.

School Safety Plan; Building the Wall; New Tariff Impact

Also, a University of Arizona researcher explains how climate change has extended the state's wildfire season to year round.

UA Scientists Tracking Chinese Space Station Falling to Earth

Experts predict Tiangong-1 will have a fiery re-entry into Earth's atmosphere later this week.

Yuma Residents to Lawmakers: Stop CAP From Stealing Water

Friday's listening session was the second in the state on proposed changes to water law.

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