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Hot Tucson weather expected to lead to season's first monsoon activity

Forecasters say southern Arizona will get most of the state's rainfall this season.

Tucson public transit to remain free

Teamsters claimed without fares, vehicles become refuge for the homeless.

Arizona executes inmate for 1984 killing of 8-year-old girl

The execution is the second this year was the second after a nearly eight-year hiatus.

Tucson City Council passes resolution supporting abortion rights

The resolution is in advance of an expected U-S Supreme Court ruling.

Senate hears bill on Grand Canyon mining

A Senate subcommittee hears about the importance of the proposal.

Residents in Cochise County organize vote to establish water regulation

Many in the Douglas and Willcox Basins say their wells are going dry as big business moves in around them

Judge rejects Arizona GOP's motion to stop voting by mail

The party filed suit last month arguing that the system of mail voting adopted by Arizona in the 1990s violates the state constitution.

Asteroid Apophis serves as target practice for space rock hunters

The near-miss object will speed past Earth in 2029.

Judge rejects Arizona prisoner’s bid to delay execution

Frank Atwood is scheduled to be executed on Wednesday.

For border communities, fallout of crossing restrictions lingers but opportunity remains

Cities like Nogales, Arizona, are still feeling the ongoing consequences of Mexican shoppers being shut out for nearly two years.

Tucson housing market starts to cool off

Home prices are still on the rise, but not as dramatically.

New state grants help point families to higher education goals

University of Arizona College Academy for Parents encourages parents to start quest for college early.

Here's how to help prevent wildfires this summer

Just over half of wildfires in the Southwest are human-caused.

A record 100 million people have been displaced from their homes worldwide

The UN refugee agency said the humanitarian response to the war in Ukraine has been overwhelming, but the same energy and attention must be given to crises around the world.

Trump endorses investor Masters in Arizona Senate primary

Trump’s endorsement is likely to shake up a race with no clear frontrunner, which has been largely defined by jockeying for Trump’s support.

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