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City of Tucson Shuts Down Homeless Camp

Cites health code violations and illegal use of property

Climate Change Could Drive Vegetation Changes

Tucson-based scientist charting similar changes from Ice Age.

More Bighorn Sheep Restored to Historical Ranges

Arizona Game and Fish continues to re-establish the species.

UA President Robbins Unveils New Strategic Plan

More than 90 initiatives focus on students, research, global efforts and more.

Nogales Residents Feel Economic Impact of Razor Wire on Border Fence

Nogales city officials say they have been forced to cut holiday bonuses in half for 300 city employees.

Military at Border; Processing Asylum Seekers; Court Backlog

Plus, a tour of an area of the desert where illegal border crossings have surged.

Arizona Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.7 Percent in October

The labor force increased by just over 16,300, and the economy added 23,300 jobs.

Montana-Based Company Wins Arizona Border Wall Replacement Contract

The contract is for a portion of the expected 32 miles of replacement walls in the Border Patrol’s Tucson and Yuma sectors.

El Tour de Tucson Wheels Into Town

Pima County sheriffs say to expect delays.

Pedaling Your Way to Work

Tucson is known as a bike-friendly town. When it comes to commuting, how is the city planning for bikes?

High Schoolers Co-Author Scientific Research Thanks to Internship

A UA professor says the students made significant contributions to research into bioinformatics.

Judge Won't Give More Time to Find Victims of Arpaio Detentions

Advocates for immigrant rights had argued more time was needed to locate the victims.

Sonoran Leadership Welcomes Ducey’s Re-election

The governor of the Mexican state highlighted Ducey's support for the so-called Arizona-Sonora Megaregion.

Crews Get 'Good Handle' on Fire Near Elgin

Sympathetic conditions aided the efforts of fire crews, who expected more containment by Thursday evening.

This Tucsonan Was 'Saved By Standup'

An interest in comedy leads to life-changing chapters for Nancy Stanley.

First Part of Migrant Caravan Passes Through Sonora to Tijuana

A small contingent of the caravan arrived in Tijuana Tuesday morning.

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