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Rio Nuevo plans to clean up Broadway properties for redevelopment

The economic development group hopes to make the midcentury modern buildings more attractive to business.

Pima County rejects age increase for tobacco purchases

Retailers and anti-tobacco advocates opposed it for several reasons.

Tumamoc Desert Lab revives century-old greenhouse

The plant collection is designed to expand public understanding of desert plants and where they originated.

Regents say funding proposal preps Arizona for tech-driven economy

The budget request would set Arizona up to compete successfully in a changing economic landscape, the board chair says.

Gov Ducey pushing for ratification of North American trade deal

The Arizona governor heads to Washington, D.C., to urge approval of the USMCA.

Court: Phoenix business doesn't have to make same-sex wedding invitations

In the majority opinion the Arizona Supreme Court justices said the decision is not a blanket exemption.

Phoenix shelter a brief respite for migrants coming to US

If you’re a parent and child seeking asylum and released from custody in Phoenix, there are groups ready to help.

Raytheon president says merger won't hurt Tucson

Raytheon President Wes Kremer said the company continues to invest in Tucson operations.

Students criticize university over response to alleged assault of black student

Members of the Black Student Union say the student was beaten by two white students who used a racial slur.

The US races to build a new border

Dozens of miles of new border fence was a campaign promise four years ago. It’s happening now in Arizona.

On the border in San Luis, asylum seekers from around the world wait months

Asylum seekers face a long wait at the border, punctuated by anxieties over sudden policy shifts that can shut the door on them.

Tucson International Airport could become a business hub under new plan

A new report recommends transportation projects, free trade and hundreds of acres of development.

Border trends, Rio Nuevo’s development, Mike Cease

Plus, what archaeological digs reveal about ancient agriculture in Pima County.

Planned Parenthood Arizona hires new outreach leader

Lola Bovell says she has a plan to educate Arizona leaders and residents on the state of reproductive rights.

Tracing the Migrant Journey

A team of reporters follows the path migrants take to reach the southern border of the U.S.

Archive Tucson: Eating the brined jackrabbit

Jackrabbits and riding the rails to school — growing up in Sasco, Arizona, now a ghost town.

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