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Fear And Grieving in Las Vegas: Colorado River Managers Struggle With Water Scarcity

Water managers were supposed to finish drought contingency plans by the end of the year. They're likely to miss that deadline.

Tucson Mayor Rothschild Won't Seek Third Term

Council member Kozachik says he won't be running for the post.

Gov Ducey Names McSally to McCain Senate Seat

McSally will serve until the 2020 election, when voters will elect someone to serve the final two years of McCain's term.

Study: Americans Are Getting Less Sleep, Especially Blacks And Hispanics

A researcher says disparities could exacerbate social and health inequalities.

Researcher: Climate Change Could Worsen Mosquito-Borne Diseases

UA professor says globalization and increasing transportation also speed the spread of such diseases.

Tucson-Based Nonprofit to Run Shuttles at Sabino Canyon

The Regional Partnering Center plans to use gas vehicles at first and switch to an all-electric fleet.

State parks projects under review due to delays, cost hikes

Leadership is reviewing all projects in the wake of complaints that led to the ouster of the previous director.

New ICE Data Show an Increase in Arrests and Deportations

DUIs, drugs and traffic offenses topped the list of crimes for which ICE arrested people.

Four Years After Water Released Into Colorado River, Benefits Continue

Environmental groups now have a "toolkit" for bringing life back to the delta.

Congress Considers Legislation to Help Tribes Solve Cases of Missing People

Laws under consideration could improve tracking databases and increase funding for services like domestic violence shelters.

Battling Addiction; Meth Seizures Triple in Arizona

Plus, a lawsuit accuses Arizona of violating the National Voting Registration Act.

Arizona Fails to Allocate Early Childhood Education Funds Efficiently, Report Finds

Bipartisan agency says governor could make necessary fixes to the system.

Jon Kyl to Leave Senate at the End of the Year

The announcement forces another appointment from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.

Efforts of Native American Students Change TUSD Stance on Graduation Wear

Student-led organizing has temporarily changed the policy to allow Native American regalia at the ceremony.

Development and the San Pedro

The Arizona Supreme Court sided with a homebuilder in Sierra Vista despite concerns about the San Pedro River.

Mexico to Pump $30B Into Central America to Slow Migration

The development plan would benefit Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

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