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Arizona Democrats' Letter Calls for Education Funding Plan

Minority party legislative leaders send a letter to Gov. Doug Ducey.

Meeting to Test Waters for Basing F-35s in Tucson

Opponents say the jet's noise would undermine the Tucson lifestyle.

School Safety Bill Advances in Legislature

A Senate committee approved Gov. Ducey's proposal.

Air Force: Number of A-10s to Stay Flying Is Up In the Air

The Air Force says it may not keep the entire fighter fleet active.

Governor's Office Gives Rosy Budget Forecast

Revenue growth is higher than originally expected.

Supervisors Approve Turning Green Valley Golf Course Into Park

130 acres will be donated to the county, which will spend $90,000 rehabilitating the golf course

Ducey Appoints Outgoing Regents President as State Treasurer

Eileen Klein said she does not intend to run for a full term in the fall.

Jury Deliberates Fate of Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder

The judge tells jurors they may consider lesser charges than 2nd-degree murder.

Ducey Signs Bill Requiring Abortion Questions, Reporting

Providers obligated to ask why a woman is having an abortion; the patient is not required to answer.

McCain in Stable Condition After Surgery in Phoenix, Office Says

The senator was hospitalized over the weekend for an intestinal infection.

Marana Unified School District Will Keep Thornydale Elementary Open

A tied vote leaves the school open despite years of declining enrollment.

Tohono O'odham, Pascua Yaqui, Hopi Sue to Stop Rosemont Mine

The tribes say the area for the proposed mine is sacred.

Tucson Budget $8M in the Red; $6M Set Aside For Staff Raises Next Year

Reworking of budget would allow for financial incentives aimed at employee retention.

Yuma, Cochise County Sheriffs Say Border Could Use Help of National Guard

Cochise sheriff says his county is short almost 900 border agents.

DHS Secretary: No Deportation for DACA Recipients

In congressional testimony, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said "Dreamers" are not an enforcement priority.

Arizona House Sidesteps Vote on 1972 Equal Rights Amendment

House Democrats thwarted in attempt to join decades-old effort to ink women's rights in U.S. Constitution.

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