Richest 26 people alive have as much money as poorest 3.8 billion, report says

The world's largest fortunes, according to the report, are growing at a rate of $2.5 billion a day.
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  Some fear federal safety net is unraveling for those in need

As the longest government shutdown in U.S. history stretches into a fifth week, millions of poor Americans who depend on food and rental assistance are becoming increasingly worried about the future.


Yuma Sector BP agents arrest convicted felon, gang member

Tucson High teacher goes missing in Pinal County

Town of Sahuarita provides assistance for Federal Employees amid government shutdown

PCSD first in U.S. to have registered therapy dog working in corrections facility

Deals and discounts for government employees during the shutdown

Money is tight, but these businesses want to help.
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Ticket prices slump for Patriots-Rams Super Bowl game

The price of admission to the Feb. 3 game between New England and Los Angeles is averaging more than $4,000 a seat.

Little Hats Big Hearts raises awareness for heart disease

Overturned truck causes backup for commuters on NW side

Shutdown stalls immigration hearings in AZ, across US

Ex-Arizona assistant coach pleads guilty to bribery charge

Tumamoc Hill to close for road repaving

‘Roma,’ ‘The Favourite’ lead with 10 Oscar nominations

New Arizona bill seeks to tax porn to pay for border wall

Cyclist struck in Oro Valley

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Public schools across US risk running out of funds for free, reduced lunch program

In the Grand Rapids Public School District alone, that's up to 17,000 children that could be affected


Rivera unanimous; Halladay, Edgar, Mussina voted to HOF

  Tucson futbol sides show well at Shootout

Real Salt Lake-Arizona's top Southern Arizona boys team won big at the Tucson Association of REALTORS Soccer Shootout


World’s first laser target zipline coming to Old Tucson

Did you miss it? Here’s your chance to see the rare super blood wolf moon

Tanque Verde Ranch to host 3rd annual Boots N Brews festival

Firefighters called back to scene of fatal fire week ago

Cold forecast prompts Salvation Army to implement Operation Deep Freeze

Hospitality House will be open to anyone seeking overnight shelter
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Supreme Court to allow Trump administration transgender military ban to go into effect

The court has allowed the Trump administration to go ahead with its plan to restrict military service by transgender people.

Southern AZ honors MLK with annual march

Blood pressure medication recalled because of trace amounts of carcinogen

New video shows more of incident involving Kentucky high school students at Indigenous Peoples March

Tucson officer accused of sexual misconduct with woman he was investigating