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ADOT Dogs Sniffing Out Crime at Arizona's Interstate Borders

The $30,000 K-9 pilot program is aimed at helping department efforts to reduce drug trafficking and human smuggling.

Mexican President-Elect Wants Trump at His Inauguration

Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he wants friendly ties with the U.S., but some fear the invite could send the wrong message.

Apollo 8 Flight Controller Recalls Landmark Mission 50 Years Ago

Charles Dietrich is among NASA heroes attending Tucson Spacefest this year.

Initiatives Still Face Tough Road to Ballot

Four groups turned in enough signatures, but there is no guarantee voters will see the initiatives.

In Her Own Words: Helping Migrants and Deportees

Video commentary from Joanna Williams with the Kino Border Initiative.

Revisiting Issues Shaping Arizona in 2018

Four journalists take part in a roundtable discussion.

Journalists' Roundtable; Helping Migrants and Deportees

Arizona 360 revisits issues shaping 2018.

Congressman Tours Tucson Child Immigrant Detention Center

The Southwest Key immigrant detention center is at capacity, says Congressman Raul Grijalva.

Tucson City Council Prepares Next Step for Parks Bond Election

The council plans to establish an oversight committee to monitor bond funds if voters OK spending.

Sheriff Napier: Illegal Immigration and Border Security Are Separate Issues

The Pima County sheriff also said Operation Stonegarden and other federal grants are held up for political reasons.

Morena Leaders: Arizona-Sonora Ties Won't Suffer, Could Change

The election won’t mean a new governor for Arizona’s neighbor, but it could represent changes for the cross-border relationship.

Renewable Energy Push in Sunny Arizona Draws Political Fight

Arizona's largest utility is fighting efforts to get the state to pull more energy from solar and wind.

Navajo Community Still Uneasy After Gang Members Arrested

For 15 years, the Red Skin Kingz gang terrorized one remote section of the reservation.

University Group Launches Water Purification Project for Native American Community

A local chapter of Engineers Without Borders is building a filtration system to provide clean irrigation water for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation.

Challenge Filed to Law Barring Collecting of Mail-In Ballots

Democratic groups argue the law disproportionately impacts minority voters, while Gov. Doug Ducey says it protects election integrity.

Extreme Heat, Wind Warnings for Southern Arizona

Tucson may reach 111, Phoenix 114.

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