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Bishop on Abuse in Church; Career Criminal Arrested; Mobile Health Clinics

Plus, how social media could draw younger voters to the polls.

Families Living with Autism Getting Support in Tucson

UA Pima County Cooperative Extension offering free, nine-session program.

Mexico’s President-Elect Heads to Sonoran Border Towns Friday

The incoming president has a proposal for lower taxes and higher wages in a border zone in northern Mexico.

Arizona Sues Maker of Oxycontin

Lawsuit claims Purdue Pharma violated a judicial order regarding claims made in advertisements.

Dwarf Planet Ceres Gaining New Attention From Scientists

A UA researcher says evidence of ice volcanoes on the surface make Ceres an interesting subject.

Multiple Deaths, Including Undocumented Migrants, in Crash Near Florence

Eight fatalities occurred as the result of a two-vehicle, head-on collision about 60 miles southeast of Phoenix, officials say.

Arizona Aims to Take Licenses From Southwest Key Programs

The operator of shelters for migrant children missed a deadline that was part of a deal made to increase state oversight.

FDA Cracking Down On E-Cigarettes

The agency's commissioner says the rate of teen vaping has reached an "epidemic proportion."

Cochise County to Hold Town Hall on Sewage Concerns

Vaccination clinic also set to prevent infection

Sadness, Anger On Anniversary Of Mexico City Earthquake

An independent investigation has found many collapsed buildings were violating building code.

Tucson Diocese Fires 10 Over Sexual Abuse Allegations

Church officials say safeguards are in place to protect children.

US Doubles Tribal Funding to Fight Violence Against Women

On some reservations, Native American women are killed at a rate more than 10 times the national average.

Coronado National Forest Finalizes New Management Plan

The plan covers activities including mining, ranching and recreation in the roughly 2-million-acre forest.

Foothills Mall Set for Redevelopment

Pima County Supervisors approve rezoning, clearing the way for a multi-use district.

Authorities Unsure What Led ATV to Go Off Arizona Cliff

Search and rescue teams recovered the bodies of four men from the Phoenix area who plunged 400 feet off a cliff.

Interior Secretary to Lead Volunteer Project at Grand Canyon

Secretary Zinke's visit is intended to highlight maintenance projects at the park.

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