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Snow Storm Closes Arizona Schools, Clinics

A record-breaking storm hit north-central Arizona on Thursday.

The State of Solar Power

Where does support for renewable energy stand after the failure of Proposition 127 last fall?

Sephardic Jews and Their Language Inspire Mexican Writer

Myriam Moscona focuses on her heritage and the language of her elders: Ladino, also called Judeo-Spanish.

Nogales, Sonora, Opens New Shelter For Migrants

With wait times getting longer and temperatures dropping, the city opened a new shelter and started taking in families this week.

Tucson Joins Nogales in Fight Over Concertina Wire on Border Fence

The City Council voted to back the small border town in its fight with the federal government.

County Fires Up Debate Over New Tobacco Sales Measure

The ordinance would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21, including vaping products.

Bill That Nearly Scuttled Drought Plan Shelved

The Arizona House Speaker pulled the bill after a lengthy hearing.

Tucson's Wet Winter Continues

The city of Tucson expects more rain in town and snow on the mountains.

Super Bowl a Touchdown for Mexican Avocados

For many Americans, the big game isn't complete without guacamole, and Mexican exporters know it.

Data Breach Hits Restaurants, Hotels Across Arizona

The affected businesses are located in several cities, including metropolitan Phoenix, Flagstaff, Tucson and Yuma.

Tucson Protesters Decry Trump Emergency Declaration

The demonstration downtown was one of dozens around the country.

Former Coach Lute Olson Suffers Minor Stroke

A hospital statement says the Hall of Famer is in good condition, but will need some rehab.

UA Top 10 in Terms of Grads With Foreign-Language Degrees

The ranking looked at how many bachelor's degrees were granted by a given university.

Climatologist: Nothing Too Unusual About Arizona's Recent Weather

Residents of the state shouldn't be surprised about the precipitation, as it's basically where it should be.

Gov Ducey Tours Tucson Technical Education Programs

The governor stopped by PCC and Desert View High School to learn more about career and technical education programs.

Arizona Lawmaker Accused of Endangering Colorado River Drought Plan

A Gila River Indian Community leader says proposed legislation threatens the tribe's water rights.

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