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Voters to Decide on $225M Bond Plan to Improve Tucson Parks

The city's bond package would borrow to pay for improvements to most of Tucson's parks as well as pedestrian and bicycling mobility projects.

CD3 Candidates See Separate Paths Forward on Immigration

One of 9 U.S. House districts that border Mexico, the topic looms large in Southwestern Arizona.

State Puts Hourly Air Quality Info Online

A website will let you know levels of ozone and particulate matter.

FBI May Help Identify Migrant Remains Found Along US-Mexico Border

The Forensic Border Coalition says the FBI has the most extensive DNA database in the world.

Poll Shows McSally Leading in Senate Race

An analyst says a Green Party candidate and TV ads have been chipping away at support for Sinema.

Pence to Attend Mexico's Presidential Inauguration

The vice president's visit is diplomatic protocol, but an Arizona researcher says it speaks to the administrations' relationship.

CD2 Candidates at Odds on Southern Arizona Issues

Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Lea Marquez Peterson vie to represent Pima and Cochise Counties district.

Likely New Member Ushers in Accessibility at Arizona House

Jennifer Longdon's probable victory has prompted a list of improvements to increase building accessibility.

Divided Senate Advances Kavanaugh Nomination Toward Weekend

Sen. Jeff Flake, who had wavered, said he will vote to confirm the nominee unless something changes.

Sen Jon Kyl Praises Kavanaugh After Briefing on FBI Report

The new U.S. senator from Arizona said he's concluded the sexual assault accusations against the Supreme Court nominee are not true.

New Trade Agreement's Future Could Depend On US Democrats

The congresses of the three countries still have to approve the agreement to put it into action.

Trump, Mexican President-Elect Talk Immigration Over Phone

The conversation touched on an economic development plan for Central America, López Obrador said.

Watchdog: US Unprepared for Consequences of 'Zero Tolerance' Immigration

Homeland Security officials say the report illustrates how difficult it is to enforce broken and poorly written immigration laws.

Student Massacre in Mexico Classified as State Crime 50 Years Later

A researcher says still-classified documents can shed light on the perpetrators of the 1968 killings.

Supreme Court Won't Hear Bid to Overturn Grand Canyon Uranium Mining Ban

The court refuses to hear a challenge to a the 2012 prohibition of new mines in the area.

Audit: CBP Not Protecting Information Gleaned From its Drones

The audit found the agency's drone program is vulnerable to losing confidential information the aircraft gather.

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