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Mexico's economy registers no growth in second quarter

The slowing is due in part to declining foreign investment, an economist says.

After Mexican tomato deal, Farm Bureau wants same for other crops

A release says farmers need similar agreements for other crops sold at "artificially low prices."

Voting in 2020, hepatitis A outbreak, Purple Heart recipient

Plus, breaking down the top issues ahead of Tucson's primary election.

Arizona universities to continue reduced tuition for some undocumented immigrants

Any student who graduates from an Arizona high school is eligible.

Leaders from Arizona and Sonora meet to strengthen political and economic bonds

The officials discussed trade, tourism and development at the annual "megaregion" meeting.

Phoenix: Thousands of ballots for light rail measure pour in

A ballot initiative is asking if the expansion of the rail system should be halted.

Agent: Arizona's spike in seized fentanyl pills 'alarming'

More than 1 million pills have been seized in the state this year.

A look at Arizona gun laws

Recent mass shootings raised gun control legislation questions again.

Arizona attorney general signs nationwide anti-robocall agreement

The voluntary pact with 12 major phone companies has no deadlines or enforcement mechanism.

Tucson man charged with voter fraud

The man allegedly voted in Arizona and Nevada.

Tiny molecules can make a big impact in the battle against disease

UA research into anti-microbial peptides could help develop therapeutic drugs.

Arizona appeals court rejects AG's tuition lawsuit

The suit alleges tuition is too high at the state's public universities.

Environmental groups call on Arizona to close uranium mine

The groups cite flooding of the mine that threatens to contaminate drinking water.

Last-minute deal struck in Mexican tomato standoff

The deal could settle a long period of uncertainty over the importation of tomatoes from Mexico.

Trump moves to end limits on detention of migrant children

The new rules would allow the government to hold families in detention much longer than 20 days, which critics say would traumatize migrant children.

Promised inauguration of Sonoran highway called off

Three dates have been set and missed for completion of the highway that runs from Sinaloa to the Arizona border.

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