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Tucson Researcher Tracking Unusual Blue Asteroid

UA student's data includes comet Phaethon's link to Geminid meteor shower

Sen Jon Kyl on Drought, Nuclear Treaties and Trade

The senator from Arizona made his first official trip to Tucson.

Trump to Send Troops to Border as Migrant Caravan Moves Through Mexico

The president has sought to transform fears about immigration into electoral gains in the midterms.

Prosecutor: Border Agent Tired of Rock Throwers Killed Teen

Swartz, who has pleaded not guilty, is being retried after the previous jury deadlocked on a manslaughter verdict.

Sonoran Zika Case Spike Prompts Maricopa County Warning

The county is warning pregnant women about travel to the Mexican state of Sonora.

Trade War Helps Local Food Bank

Millions of pounds of extra food is on the way to Southern Arizona.

Southwest Key to Pay $73K Fine, Give Up Licenses for 2 Shelters

The operator of immigrant children shelters will also stop taking in children in Arizona until the state OKs it.

Crowdsourcing Moral Dilemmas to Guide Self-Driving Cars

A new study seeks to understand how the public sees life-and-death decisions encountered on the road.

El Niño Could Bring Drought Relief to the Southwest

El Niño rainfall could relieve drought conditions in states like Arizona, but drought will persist elsewhere.

More Time Sought to Find Victims of Arpaio Detentions

Advocates want to find more people detained illegally when Arpaio defied a court order in a racial profiling case.

Grand Canyon Superintendent Under Investigation

The National Park Service has not said what led to the investigation involving Superintendent Christine Lehnertz.

What to Do if You Lose or Destroy Your Ballot

There are several options for early voters.

New Medicare Cards On The Way to Arizona Recipients

Changes come with warning about scammers trying to get information.

Bernie Sanders Visits Tucson to Boost Garcia, Dem Vote

The senator from Vermont rallied at the University of Arizona campus to support Democratic gubernatorial candidate David Garcia.

Border Patrol Agent's New Trial in Teen's Killing to Start

It's the second trial for Lonnie Swartz, who killed 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez through a border fence.

Education Board Adopts New History, Science Standards

The revisions include edits following an outcry over how the draft standards addressed evolution.

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