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Revisiting Arizona’s opioid epidemic

As part of Arizona Public Media's special series Arizona Addicted.

17 TUSD schools get funding boost based on test results

The district says it's the most funding it has received since the state program started rewarding AzMERIT results in 2017.

Grijalva asks feds to 'respect tribal lands' during border construction

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is asking the Department of Homeland Security to formally consult with the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Trump administration wins appeal, pushes border fence projects forward

A lower court had stopped construction on 175 miles of the southwest border in areas along all four border states.

Planning for a future with less Colorado River water

A new book sheds light on mistakes of the past while Arizona gears up for the next round of negotiations.

Mayor Romero creates task force on gun violence

The newly elected mayor also joined a national group of city leaders working to end gun violence.

Help wanted, and wanted, and wanted: Census to hire 57,000 in Arizona

Most of the jobs in Arizona involve going door to door to interview people who have not filled out the census form.

Colorado River water forecast lower than normal despite snowpack

The forecast is mostly due to hot and dry weather in the fall that left soils parched across the region.

Man gets life in prison for 2010 killing of US border agent Brian Terry

Heraclio Osorio Arellanes was a member of a "rip crew" that fired on Terry's unit in 2010, killing the Border Patrol agent.

Tucson marks ninth anniversary of Jan. 8 shooting

Survivors, family members, first responders and community members gathered downtown.

Feds say tiny snail in Utah, Arizona can no longer be listed as endangered

U.S. Fish and Wildlife says the Kanab ambersnail is not actually its own species.

New online tool points consumers Native American-owned businesses

The RezRising website and phone app aims to not only draw attention to Native American entrepreneurs, but also change attitudes.

Scottsdale man admits to misrepresenting jewelry as Native American-made

A group sold the fraudulent jewelry, made in the Philippines, all over the West.

Mexican asylum seekers might be forced to apply in Guatemala

The Mexican government has condemned the measure, which is an extension of an agreement signed between the U.S. and Guatemala.

Tucson and Arizona continue war of wills over when to hold elections

The City Council this week told legal staff to assert Tucson's right to keep the system as it is.

Antarctic study yields new information for climate change models

A UA-led team used robotic floats to collect data in the Southern Ocean.

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