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Survey: 'Dreamers' Contributing to U.S. Economy

70 percent of DACA recipients have a U.S. citizen parent, sibling or child, according to new survey.

Still Have Your Tucson Ballot? Here's Where to Take It

City Council primary races to be decided today; winners move on to November ballot.

Love the Outdoors? There's a Way to Help Others Enjoy It

Pima County is looking for volunteer 'trail stewards' to assist with safety, accessibility.

Large Pacific Storm Could Bring Heavy Rain to Southern Arizona

Storm forming south of the Baja Peninsula has strong chance of becoming a cyclone.

UA Increasing Access to Tumamoc Hill

Change likely to bring more hikers, but also protect environment.

Summer's Insects Draw Scientists to Southern Arizona

Hot and humid weather is optimal for exploring the outdoors.

Exploring Ironwood Forest, Its Future Unclear

Visiting the national monument to understand the debate, and what's at stake.

Episode 330: Trump Comes to Phoenix

The president visited border city of Yuma before a rally in Phoenix, which was capped by a protest that ended in arrests.

Transgender and Gay Immigrants Being Held in New Mexico

17 individuals from Mexico and Central American seeking asylum in the U.S.

New UA President Robbins Considers Safety in Free-Speech Issues

Says he would reject extremist request if it put students at risk

Rare Whole Genome Duplication Gave Rise To Arizona Bark Scorpion

Research has found its origins in an abrupt and massive genetic event.

UA Engineering Students Showcase Design Projects

More than 100 teams will show projects from space suits to solar-powered whiskey still.

Flake Brushes Off Criticism from Trump

The Arizona senator says the so-called feud is 'overblown.'

Episode 152: The Return of Students, and a Lively Events Calendar

The UA has a new president. See what's new as the school year gets started.

Cienega High Students Reflect on Eclipse Experience

Student astronomers looking ahead to 2024.

U.S. Updates Travel Warnings for Mexico, Including Tourist Spots

An increase in organized crime in certain parts of Mexico can put U.S. travelers at risk.

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