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Federal judge in Texas strikes down Indian Child Welfare Act

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton argued that the law "elevates a child's race over their best interest."... Read more»

DHS was not prepared to enforce ‘zero tolerance’ border policy

Homeland Security's inspector general found agents did not foresee the need to hold children for extended periods in facilities intended for short-term use and struggles to “identify, track, and reunify families” separated under the policy at the border. ... Read more»

Long-shot Senate bill could boost Native voting protections

U.S. Senate Democrats introduced legislation last week that could provide Native American communities a way to combat what they say are disenfranchising state voting laws and the recent gutting of Voting Rights Act protections.... Read more»

Cochise County vaccinating Naco residents after sewage spill reaches residential areas

Leaking transborder pipelines have been a problem in this small border town for more than 30 years, but this is the first time the toxic sewage has reached residential areas. ... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Kavanaugh's confirmation was secured back when Dems couldn't be bothered

The time to stop Kavanaugh was never 2018. It was 2016. It was 2014. It was 2012. Those elections created the GOP Senate majority. Persistence trumps resistance, and just showing up is half the battle.... Read more»1

Pima football bounces back from sluggish start to overcome Glendale

The Pima Community College football team (4-1, 3-0 in WSFL) had a rough start in its game on Saturday but woke up to beat Glendale Community College (1-6, 0-3) for the second time this season.... Read more»

Pima women's soccer finds no offense in shutout loss at Scottsdale

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (6-6-3) fell behind early and struggled to recover on Saturday at Scottsdale Community College (8-5-1).... Read more»

Kametani nets 2 as Pima men's soccer wins 5th straight

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (13-2) took control of its match at Scottsdale Community College (5-6-3) in the first half to earn its third shutout win in four games.... Read more»

Bruno takes 1st as Pima cross-country finished 2nd at Mesa

The Pima Community College men’s and women’s cross-country teams came away with second-place finishes on Saturday at the Mesa CC Thunderbird Classic.... Read more»

Weekend music

Axing nostalgic: Tucson musicians gear up

Tucson musicians talk instruments and gear, some for the first time. Plus, paying tribute to Gene Ruley at Club Congress, a look back at Wax Trax and this week's local gig listings.... Read more»

Sophomores flex muscles as Pima women's soccer dismantles GateWay

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (6-5-3) put one back in the win column on Thursday as it dominated GateWay Community College (2-9-2).... Read more»

Nguyen scores twice as Pima men's soccer annihilates winless GateWay

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (12-2) won its fourth straight game on Thursday in a shutout win at Kino North Stadium.... Read more»

Wildcat soccer prepares for So. Calif. trip

After a four-point weekend, the Wildcats go up against the No. 2 and No. 15 teams in the country: USC and UCLA.... Read more»

Deadline: Tuesday is last day to register to vote in Arizona

Half of Americans don't vote in midterm elections. Signing up online or checking that your address is current is easy in Arizona. Do it before the Oct. 9 deadline.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Lea Marquez Peterson a 'phenomenal asset' to SAz business

Guest opinion: "One of the best assets, without question, for local small business in Southern Arizona is the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Lea Marquez Peterson has been the driving force behind the chamber."... Read more»1

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