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As strike against Asarco enters fourth month, workers remain determined

Workers brought their fight to the state Capitol on Monday, rallying to demand that lawmakers hold foreign companies accountable for their treatment of U.S. workers.

Trial over treatment of migrants in Border Patrol custody begins

Advocates are alleging inhumane treatment at many of the agency's short-term detention centers in Arizona.

TEP rate hike proposal draws opposition from climate advocates

Groups say TEP shouldn't keep investing in fossil fuels. The utility says the plan will enable a transition to more renewable energy.

Gov. Ducey delivers 2020 State of the State address

The governor's give an annual update on the state of Arizona and his priorities.

TUSD: End court supervision in desegregation case

The district said court approval of its request would save money and keep dollars flowing for related programs for students.

Number of Mexicans granted work visas in the U.S. increases

Mexico praised the rise in migrants taking part in U.S. work visa programs, calling it a sign of the countries' strong economic partnership.

US, Arizona life expectancy fell, driven by deaths of younger people

The decrease in Arizona and around the country is attributed to an increase "cause-specific" deaths in younger age groups.

Arizona lawmakers, House, split on vote demanding end to attacks on Iran

Democrats said they hoped to reassert congressional authority over war powers, and Republicans accused the other side of playing politics.

UA physicist says many subatomic breakthroughs to come

John Rutherfoord is among researchers using the Large Hadron Collider.

Seizing fentanyl at Arizona’s border

How CBP and the DEA have adopted new strategies to detect the drug.

ADHS director on steps taken to curb opioid overdoses

Impacts made by the 2018 Arizona Opioid Epidemic Act.

Revisiting Arizona’s opioid epidemic

As part of Arizona Public Media's special series Arizona Addicted.

17 TUSD schools get funding boost based on test results

The district says it's the most funding it has received since the state program started rewarding AzMERIT results in 2017.

Grijalva asks feds to 'respect tribal lands' during border construction

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva is asking the Department of Homeland Security to formally consult with the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Trump administration wins appeal, pushes border fence projects forward

A lower court had stopped construction on 175 miles of the southwest border in areas along all four border states.

Planning for a future with less Colorado River water

A new book sheds light on mistakes of the past while Arizona gears up for the next round of negotiations.

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