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County Officials Look to General Fund to Fix Roads After Failed Prop

Repairs would target most-used roads, roads to tourist spots.

UA Student Financial Aid Applications Proceed In Spite of Shutdown

Some students may have believed the shutdown held up FAFSA progress.

Agencies Rush to Get Ready for Wildfire Season Following Shutdown

Things like trainings, prescribed burns and hiring had to be put off during the partial government shutdown.

Major Car Race Might Leave Mexico City

The mayor announced the city would stop paying the $21M fee for the Formula One Mexican Grand Prix as part of a political platform of austerity.

Not So Fast on the Drought Plan: State and Feds Disagree

Federal officials said Arizona did not make the deadline.

Being Black in Tucson

What it is like to be a member of a small minority in a big city.

Courts Turn Away Hundreds of Immigrants, Blame Shutdown

Hundreds of immigrants arrived with government-issued notices to appear in court for hearings that were never scheduled.

Shutdown Debrief; Immigration Judge on Backlog; No More Deaths Trial

Plus, a journalists roundtable on the government reopening, water conservation and political leadership changes.

US Border Agency Announces Biggest-Ever Fentanyl Bust, Worth $3.5M

Customs and Border Protection said agents captured more than 250 pounds of the deadly opioid.

VW Doles Out Last of Settlement Owed to Arizona Consumers

The checks, each worth $1,000, are part of a $40 million settlement reached in May 2018.

UA Study: Bigger Dogs Are Better Thinkers

Researchers pitted large dogs against small dogs in intelligence tests.

Legislature Passes Tax Changes to Align With Federal Code

The bill passed along party lines, with only Republicans voting for the measure.

Stakeholders Reflect On Deadline Passage of Arizona Drought Plan

Lawmakers adopted a plan that stakeholders have been negotiating since last summer.

Feds Flag Arizona Sen McSally for Excessive Campaign Donations

The FEC is looking into what appears to be $270,000 in excessive campaign contributions during the midterm campaign.

UA Law School Seeks New Partnerships in Mexico

The university has collaborated with institutions in Mexico for decades, and the law school wants to build new programs.

Report: Processing Delays Reach Crisis Levels At Immigration Agency

A coalition of immigration lawyers says longer waits are often due to a large wave of applications.

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