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Allegiant Air Coming to Tucson's Airport

The low-cost airline will bring two new destinations to TIA.

Local Women's Groups: 'Groundswell' of Participation Since 2016 Election

Two nonprofit groups that serve women entrepreneurs and encourage women to vote are seeing their ranks grow.

128 Migrants 'Abandoned' Along US-Mexico Border

All facing deportation after being found Friday.

Report Card: Breastfeeding Rates Still Fall Short

The CDC report suggested most mothers want to breastfeed but lack necessary social supports.

Mexican Politics On the Agenda for Binational Meeting in Phoenix

Leaders from both sides of the border will discuss cross-border economic development.

Campaigns Underway for TUSD, SUSD Boards

Incumbents seek to defend their seats against challengers.

Secretary of State Faces Lawsuit Over Voter Address Updates

Suit claims tardy driver's license updates could leave some Arizonans locked out of elections.

VA Schedules Mental Health Summit

Event brings together vets, officials and service providers to discuss suicide prevention

Arizona Has Been 'Banking' CAP Water But Doesn't Have a Clear Plan to Withdraw It

No infrastructure exists to pump from recharge sites where nearly 25 percent of the water-bank water is stored.

Yuma Border; Human Trafficking and Cartels; Santa Cruz River Threat

Plus, a conversation with incumbent candidate Gov. Doug Ducey.

UA Tech Park to Mentor Companies in Solar Competition

Participants could win portion of $3 million. Will receive help from UA and other 'Connector' organizations.

Researcher Finds New Urgency for Climate Solution in Tree Recovery Lag

Professor David Breshears says trees are failing to keep up with frequency of droughts.

Group Pledges to Help Asylum Seekers Fleeing Domestic Violence Despite Ruling

A group women in Southern Arizona say they will defy a recent decision and continue helping immigrant women.

Another Breach of Mexico-to-Arizona Sewage Pipeline Feared

Last year a break in the pipeline sent millions of gallons of raw sewage into the Santa Cruz River.

Transgender Asylum Seeker From Honduras Expected to be Paroled

Nicol crossed into the U.S. at a Nogales port of entry almost four months ago.

US Judge Extends Halt on Deportations of Separated Families

The order affects many of the more than 2,500 children separated from their families.

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