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Tucson Council asks UA to test all students

President Robbins says it's not possible now.

Relocation raises Tucson's profile in fashion industry

WOW Studios is leaving Seattle for downtown Tucson.

Nobel committee cites UA astronomy breakthrough in prize award

Nobel Prize-winners in physics built on the success of the Event Horizon imaging project.

Education notebook: Reopened schools stay vigilant for outbreaks, education funding initiative sparks debate

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Early ballots pouring in to Pima County

"I've never seen early ballot numbers like this," F. Ann Rodriguez said, urging voters to be patient when tracking their ballots.

Café Poca Cosa closes

The acclaimed Mexican bistro announced it was closing after decades in business due to COVID-19.

News roundup: TEP renewables and rate changes, border security amid pandemic

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Oct. 16.

Mayor Romero reminds Trump campaign of COVID-19 guidelines ahead of Monday rally

In a letter, the mayor also asked the campaign to pay a bill of $80,000 for a rally in 2016.

Saguaros destroyed at national park

The vandalism happened around Oct. 3, rangers say.

Democrats in Arizona out front in two polls

Biden and Kelly lead their Republican rivals.

Kelly campaign says it is disciplining staffer over anti-police tweet

The campaign said it did not know about the August tweet until Thursday morning.

Tucson Electric Power looks to expand renewables, raise customer rates

TEP’s plans to raise rates and install a transmission line near historic neighborhoods are not without controversy.

News roundup: Arizona closes in on voter registration and census deadlines

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Oct. 15.

As schools reopen campuses, what’s the risk in Pima County?

The director of the Pima County Health Department on what trends suggest.

In Yellowstone, America's 'first water park,' decades-old blaze marked start of megafire era

The wildfires ushered in a chapter of massive, frequent blazes as well as a new understanding of the ecological process.

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