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Cochise County SEACOM, active shooter training, TPD chief on sanctuary cities

Plus, Arizona forms a committee to study violent crime against Indigenous women and girls.

Twenty-story county building is losing its bricks

Contractors will inspect and repair the 50-year-old tower.

TUSD moves closer toward approving new sex education curriculum

The district's sex ed policies have not been updated since 2006.

Rosemont Copper mine ruling expected to have national impact

If upheld, the ruling would make opening a large mine on public lands very difficult, experts say.

Ducey signs bill to investigate missing, murdered Indigenous women

Legislation passed in May established a task force to be made up of tribal leaders, victims advocates, tribal police and social workers.

Understanding data more and more important for college students, professor says

Hoshin Gupta suggests there are some basic ways of seeing the world through data that all college students should understand.

Border Patrol agent who ran down fleeing immigrant offered plea deal

Matthew Bowen faced charges over ramming a migrant with his vehicle and lying about it to investigators.

OSIRIS-REx team IDs targets among boulders of asteroid's rough terrain

Asteroid Bennu's tricky surface has pushed the mission to take a new approach to sample collection.

Deportee flight cancellation to Mexico brings new challenges to migrants

Migrants being obliged to use border crossings is making them more vulnerable, a nonprofit agency says.

Mexico offers legal aid to migrants arrested in Mississippi raids

Mexican citizens who are deported will receive help in obtaining work, health care and schooling, the country's foreign relations secretary said.

Forest Service releases environmental review of Resolution Copper mine

The agency is seeking public comment on the controversial project near Superior, Arizona.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe starts building new health services center

The building will centralize specialty clinics and other social services available to tribal members.

NAU to implement 'virtual parking' with cameras that read plates

License plates will be treated as permits and scanned by cameras mounted to university vehicles, officials said.

TPD chief says sanctuary initiative threatens major investigations

One of the writers of the initiative says interagency cooperation will not be affected.

Housing development near San Pedro River gets green light, again

The Army Corps of Engineers has once again approved a key permit for Vigneto, a huge housing development near Benson, despite environmental concerns.

Mental illness not a factor in mass violence, group says

The mentally ill are far more likely to injure themselves than to harm others, says NAMI of Southern Arizona.

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