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Storms knock down border fence in southern AZ
An unusual amount of rain that ravaged parts of southern Arizona also knocked down 60 feet of the rebar-reinforced steel fence that divides the U.S. and Mexico.
Monsoon brings rabies threat. Three animals with virus recovered in county this year
While rabies is a virus that affects wild animals year-round, animal and human interactions tend to rise during the monsoon, leading local health and safety officials to remind residents of the proper steps to take to prevent possible exposure to the virus.
Storm damage in Nogales and Tubac
The storms that swept through Santa Cruz County on Friday afternoon left behind a lot of damage in Nogales and Tubac.
Lawyer: Call Girl in Google Exec's Overdose "Wounded Bird"
The prostitute accused of giving a fatal dose of heroin to a Google executive on his yacht in Santa Cruz pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to felony manslaughter and other drug-related charges, as a 911 call from an overdose of another boyfriend surfaced from Georgia.
Project Homeless Connect Leading the Initiative To Establish Homeless Court in Santa Cruz
Historically, "homeless courts" or "community courts" have met with a very cautious reception among homeless advocates.
The Navajo Times
Today in Arizona History - July 13th
On this date in 1890, John Charles Fremont, Army officer, explorer, presidential nominee and the fifth Territorial Governor of Arizona, died.
News Talk Florida
Arizona Sheriff Gives Frontline Look at Border Surge
Santa Cruz County, AZ Sheriff Tony Estrada discusses illegal immigrants and the fact that there is no fence and people can simply just walk right into Santa Cruz.