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Tucson Water Utility Warns Against Phone Scam

Fake representatives threaten shutoff, ask for payment information over phone.

Tucson's Largest Districts Graduate Students This Week

Thousands of Tucson area high school students get diplomas.

Pima County Wins Tax Lawsuit Against State Legislature

State unconstitutionally passed along property taxes to counties, judge rules.

Hundreds of Foster Care Homes Needed in Pima County

3,300 children and 800 foster homes in metro area leave agency scrambling.

Beyond Prop 123: Education Advocates Call for $1B More

Gov. Doug Ducey says he is willing to continue conversation after 'first step.'

Forest Officials: Too Many Unattended Campfires

Crews in Coronado Forest's Catalina District say this is peak fire season.

An agave goddess gazes from the side of the Benjamin Supply building on 6th Street and 7th Avenue in May 2016.

Mural Project Brings Downtown Tucson Buildings to Life

Artists will complete work early next month as part of beautification program.

Meet Outer Space's First Traffic Controller, in Residence at UA

Research aims at keeping Earth-orbiting objects moving safely.

Tucson International Airport.

Tucson- New York City Direct Flight Takes Off in October

Daily flights will connect Tucson International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport

Arizona Supreme Court: Banner Health AHCCS Settlement OK

Judges said settlement violates federal law, but was made in good faith between parties

Judge: Shooting near Douglas by Border Patrol Justified

19-year-old Carlos LaMadrid was shot in 2011; agents called it accidental.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

New Classroom Retention Idea: Grow Your Own Teachers

Educator shortages in rural Arizona lead to innovative ways to staff classrooms.

5th Grade students at Vail Academy and High School.

New State Funds Buy 'Authentic Thank You' for Vail Teachers

Suburban school district plans to use money for staff raises and retention bonuses.

Here we have the exterior of Biosphere 2 which is illuminated by a beautiful, golden sunlight.

Young Leaders in Tucson Tackle Environmental Challenges

One Young World Summit convenes 500 young adults at Biosphere 2.

The University of Arizona Today and Tomorrow

Metro Week looks at how one of the region's economic powerhouses is faring.

Prop 123's Slim Victory Shows 'How Displeased Voters Are'

Arizona Week looks at what happens now that education funding measure passed.

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