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Water Managers Meet to Plan for Low Colorado Flow

Officials say they hope for cohesiveness as they put together a drought contingency plan to be approved by Arizona lawmakers.

Poll: Arizona Voters Oppose ICE Shutdown

Even in heavily Democratic Pima County, less than a quarter of the people questioned agreed with abolishing ICE.

City Annexes Tucson International Airport

Annexation provides tax dollars to the city, assistance to the airport.

Mexican President-Elect López Obrador to Meet With Kushner, Pompeo

The Morena party leader says he'll be advocating for anti-poverty efforts.

Transgender Asylum Seeker Says She Was Sexually Assaulted in Detention

Nicol Garcia's lawyer says medical reports confirm she was attacked in the Cibola Detention Center in New Mexico.

Arizona Forests Lift Fire Restrictions, Some Area Closures

Rain and humidity have calmed conditions that led to the restrictions.

Train Traffic Moving Again Through Arizona Derailment Site

27 cars derailed Tuesday on a route parallel to I-10 during heavy monsoon rains.

TUSD Approves Property Tax Increase for Transportation Fixes, Safety

The tax will pay for road improvements around certain schools that pose potential threats for students.

City Council Sets Details For November Parks Bond

Financial oversight mechanisms put in place by a 5-1 vote.

Supreme Court to Open 2018 Term with Arizona Case

Two former Mount Lemmon firefighters claim age discrimination.

Elections Body Sues Lawmakers Over Ballot Measure Language

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission claims Legislative Council approved deceptive language on measure.

Peso Gains Against Dollar After Mexican Elections, Defying Some Expectations

One analyst said a smooth democratic transition and a weakening dollar buoyed the currency's strength.

Arizona Must Act Fast to Replace Cross-Border Pipeline, Official Says

The 8-mile IOI, which spewed raw sewage into the Nogales wash last year, is 25 years past its expected lifespan.

Phoenix Office Building Draws Attention as Rumored Shelter for Migrant Kids

The facility is run by MVM, Inc., a Virginia-based company that has strong ties to the federal government.

Lightning-Sparked Blazes Mean Decisions for Fire Managers

Naturally occurring fires can be managed for some benefit, but often must be extinguished for safety concerns.

Government to Reunite Some Migrant Kids With Parents

The Justice Department said 54 children under the age of 5 — less than half of those identified — will be reunited.

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