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Man serving life in prison for 2014 death of Tucson teen faces retrial in killing of 6-year-old girl

Jury selection began Tuesday in the second murder trial for Christopher Clements in the Isabel Celis case.

James Webb Space Telescope reveals views of spiral galaxies

Scientists are getting new information about our own Milky Way.

Previewing UA's 2024 College of Science Lecture Series

Presenters will reveal unexpected findings that transformed their fields.

Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona State University receives $1.9 million for wildfire smoke preparedness

EPA hopes to award over $10 million to nine recipients under new grant program

Black holes continue to raise questions about basic physics

The mere existence of the objects was only theoretical 100 years ago.

Arizona counties urge swift bipartisan action on election calendar

If a solution is not found by early February, the state will risk missing key federal deadlines for the presidential election.

The Buzz: Arizona's tax credit system

Not many states allow dollar-for-dollar tax credits for some donations, but Arizona does, and thousands of organizations are on the list.

Lawmaker resigns shortly before Arizona House was to vote on expelling her

Four of her fellow Democrats filed an ethics complaint against her last year.

Jail survey reveals lack of public consensus on potential expansion

Online survey shows many voters agree conditions, especially in healthcare facilities, need to improve, but the path forward is unclear.

Benson Airport dedicated to late local WWII veteran

The airport was renamed after Paul Kerchum

Votes of no confidence under consideration in UA staff council and faculty senate

Some faculty and staff at the University of Arizona are feeling left out of key financial planning discussions.

South32 Hermosa Project releases Mine Plan of Operations

Notice of Intent to prepare Environmental Impact Statement expected in May

UA announces budget cuts, layoffs amid financial crisis

If no changes are made, the university is expected to continue a deficit spending of $177 million.

Priscilla the Parrotfish brings the ocean plastic problem to the desert

An Oregon-based nonprofit makes sculptures entirely out of ocean plastic which are now on display in Tucson.

Families coming to US border greatly increases in 2023

In 2023 the number of families coming to the U.S.-Mexico border greatly increased. Nowhere on the southern border is that truer than in Arizona’s Tucson Sector where the number of family members increased from about 24,000 people to more than 220,000.

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