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Low-level contaminants in drinking water still harmful, report says

A nonprofit says federal drinking water guidelines don't necessarily protect the health of water users.

After weeklong search, man’s body recovered from Hermosillo sewer

The body of the 62-year-old was found a quarter-mile south of where he had fallen into a sinkhole.

UA gets go-ahead to open school of veterinary medicine

The program will be the first public vet school in Arizona.

Javelina bite could lead to fine and rabies shots for Tucson woman

The unidentified resident was a "habitual" wildlife feeder, says Arizona Game and Fish.

UA prof giving public talk on dark matter in Spanish

Graduate students had the idea to host a lecture for Spanish speakers.

Group warns of consequences in Arizona if mercury emission standard is rolled back

A report says lives and costs are saved with the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard in place.

Asarco strike creates division, uncertainty and unity

Mine workers are striking for better pay and benefits.

UA shifting to more renewable energy with TEP deal

The university plans to get 60% of its power from wind and solar by the end of 2020 as part of the agreement.

Changes coming to TUSD board

Reflections on Southern Arizona's largest school district as the process begins to replace a resigning member.

Housing inventory decreases in Tucson while demand stays high

Observers say the decrease follows a nationwide trend.

Rail between Tucson and Phoenix not on the table, despite growth projections

A study looking at the widening of I-10 does not include the possibility of a passenger rail.

Shootout in southern Mexico leaves 15 dead

The shootout took place on a highway in the state of Guerrero, known for rising crime in recent years.

Security secretary acknowledges spike in Sonora violence, hopes to counter trend

Efforts will include consolidating police forces in certain areas to help purge officers tied to organized crime, the secretary said.

Groups: Saving Mexican gray wolves requires new approach

Management of the endangered predators in the Southwest requires some rethinking, environmental groups say.

Lawmakers prepping punishment for Tucson if voters approve sanctuary city law

Two Arizona legislators are readying bills that experts say would likely end up in court if passed.

Tucson mayoral candidate forum

Candidates for mayor come together to discuss issues they'll face if elected.

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