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The Border's New Boundaries, Part I: Digital Towers

A network of towers and other surveillance tech is used with the goal of monitoring the border 24 hours a day.

Sisters Watched as Sawmill Fire Crept Toward Their Winery

Fire singed their property six years ago and left them wondering if it would happen again last week.

Episode 313: Arizona - 100 Days Under President Trump

A look at the effects on both sides of the aisle as the president passes the 100-day mark.

University-Funding Solution Elusive; AZ House Speaker Wants 'Thoughtful' Resolution

Increased funding for state universities continues to hold up the process.

UA's Proposed Vet School Falls Short in Appeal for Accreditation

The university will be allowed to reapply in June in hopes to be state's first public vet school.

Sawmill Fire Held to 47,000 Acres, 89% Contained

Fire managers focus on eastern side, hope to keep community of Mescal safe.

Tucson Seeks Upgrades for Iconic 'A' Mountain Park

City asks public opinion on better trails, picnic facilities, more.

Schools Supe Douglas Proposes Sales Tax Increase to Boost Teacher Salaries

The proposal would extend and expand Prop. 301, which expires in 2021.

Will Prop 101 Take the Jolt Out of Tucson Streets?

One opponent says the city should look to its existing budget.

Episode 135: Tucson Sales Tax Election Begins, 19 Days to Vote by Mail

At issue: whether to raise sales tax a half percentage point to pay for police and fire equipment, road repair.

Wildfire, at 47,000 Acres, May Have Started from Gunshots

Planes were grounded for a second time on Thursday, and more windy weather is in the forecast.

State Budget Hangup: Ducey Firm on University Funding

Budget negotiations in Phoenix are stuck on how to increase maintenance money.

Feds Give Arizona $24M to Combat Opioid Epidemic

12th biggest grant in the country, based on need and prevalence of opioid addiction.

Tucson Health Care Dispute Could Leave Thousands Without Coverage

Northwest Healthcare and UnitedHealthcare have until May 1 to settle their disagreement.

$1.24B Pima County Budget Proposed with No Tax Rate Increase

Many property owners would pay more because assessed valuations are rising.

Pima County Has Hot Spots for Voter Registration, Declining Statewide

The northern and southern parts of the county saw the most new voters.

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