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Pima County Non-Profit Wins Grant to Educate Youth on Opioid Abuse

Three community organizations in Arizona will split $400,000 in grants from the Attorney General's office for opioid education.

Government Recalls More Than 9K Green Cards, Work Permits

The recalls do not affect immigration status and aren't likely to have an impact on agency backlogs.

Lawyer for Stormy Daniels Taking On Family Separation Cases

Michael Avenatti says he is representing scores of immigrant families.

A Look at Changes at Tucson International Airport

$28 million remodel includes new security checkpoints and more food options.

Visit Tucson Responds to City's Bad Rep on Some National Lists

One Delaware-based site says the city ranks among the 50 worst for quality of life.

How Some Pima County Minors End Up In Adult Court

A discussion with the probation director of the Pima County Juvenile Court.

Arizona's Prisons Boss Found in Contempt Over Inmate Care

The decision stems from state's failure to make improvements promised in 2014.

Governors United; Smuggling Crackdown; Tucson's Image

Plus, a tour of renovations at Tucson International Airport.

Tucson Housing Market Continues Slide Toward Unaffordability

Research from a real estate data firm shows the market is at its least affordable since 2009.

Mexico's Presidential Election Stirs Worries of Trade War With US

A Mexican think tank predicts long-term losses for both countries under any trade-war scenario.

UA Tech Park Adds $2B to Arizona Economy Last Year, Report Says

The technology hubs expect to add hundreds of jobs this year.

Tropical Bird is Treating Admirers in Arizona

The elegant trogon, a prize for many birdwatchers, is breeding in various mountain ranges around the state.

Advocates: Kids Separated from Parents at Arizona Border Housed at Tucson Facility

Immigrant advocates say most are at the Tucson branch of Southwest Key.

Voter Registration Drive Aims to Sign Up Underrepresented Groups

A group hopes 105,000 forms will reach unmarried women, young people and people of color.

Appeal of Sabino Canyon Tram Change Could Mean Lapse in Service

A pending appeal of the new contract award could delay the start of operations by the new operator.

Annual Count Shows Steady Decrease in Area Homelessness

Volunteers found 1,380 people experiencing homelessness the night before the January survey.

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