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Biden says he's restricting asylum to help 'gain control' of the border

The President signed the proclamation Tuesday as the White House tries to neutralize immigration as a political liability before November's elections.

UA telescope grabs ground-breaking images of Jupiter's volcanic moon

The photos are the best Earth-based pictures to reveal lava flows on Io.

Democrats open new campaign headquarters

The path to the White House moves through Tucson, Arizona.

Arizona tribe temporarily bans dances after police officer is fatally shot responding to disturbance

The Phoenix FBI is investigating the fatal shooting, but it has not released many details.

Arizona advances in renewable energy with federal investments

Senator Mark Kelly and other local leaders talk about the state's clean energy growth and jobs.

The Golden Triangle: How the CHIPS Act is changing one Arizona neighborhood

The investment and growth spurred by government dollars are heightening competition among residents, business owners and local officials.

At a bridal fair in Phoenix, plenty of vendors but no buyers

This Phoenix business owner reflects on the challenges and hopes of being a young, Black entrepreneur.

The Buzz: How political campaigns spend their money

We dive into the spending of those seeking Arizona's open U.S. Senate seat.

White House National Cyber Director visits Pima Community College

PCC reports an 83% increase in enrollment in their cybersecurity programs.

Tucson's Housing First outreach program connects unsheltered individuals to immediate housing

Housing First is an evidence-based approach to ending homelessness that centers on moving people experiencing homelessness into independent and permanent housing while providing additional support and services as needed.

Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

Jurors convicted Trump on all 34 counts after deliberating for 9.5 hours.

Biden is said to be finalizing plans for migrant limits as part of a US-Mexico border clampdown

It would shut off asylum requests and automatically deny entrance to migrants once the number of people encountered by American border officials exceeded a new daily threshold.

House Minority Whip backs Engel, slams Ciscomani on women's health record

United States House Minority Whip Katherine Clark and democratic congressional hopeful Kirsten Engel tour Planned Parenthood to discuss abortion access.

GOP committee recommends impeaching Democratic Attorney General Kris Mayes in Senate trial

The five Republicans on the House Ad Hoc Committee on Executive Oversight allege Mayes has abused her power as attorney general to target Republicans.

Bond brings building improvements and technology to TUSD classrooms

Voters approved $480 million in the last election.

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