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  1. Yo’oko (the Yaqui word for jaguar), was a young male jaguar who officials say roamed southern Arizona around the Huachuca Mountains in 2016 and 2017.

  2. Latino elected officials in Arizona say they want to visit area centers housing migrant children separated from their parents under the U.S. government's "zero tolerance" immigration policies ...

  3. One of the three jaguars known jaguars left living in the United States has been found dead. The Center for Biological Diversity says Yooko had been spotted regularly on trail cameras at the ...

  4. A male jaguar that roamed the Huachuca Mountains in 2016 and 2017 is now believed to be dead. A nonprofit group that seeks to protect northern Mexican jaguars this week provided the Arizona ...

  5. It was 1963, likely in the summer, when Felicia Frontain, her sister Michel and their father Dick Frontain drove a friend of her dad's to the Tucson airport. Before the friend boarded the plane ...

  6. It's called "Guerra De Gallos". Raging Babe returns to Tucson on July 21, with a boxing event that is quickly living up to its name. Junior welterweights Alfonso Olvera (10-4-1, 4 KOs) and Wilberth ...

  7. Betty Villegas was just out of high school when she and her friends drove people without transportation to the local polling place to cast their votes. Sen. Olivia Cajero Bedford was settled ...

  8. A young male jaguar, one of two thought to be alive in the United States, was shown dead in a photo released Thursday, June 21. The image shows a pelt with markings that match Yo’oko, who made ...

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