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Dry, Hot Winter Ending, Southwest Faces Dry, Hot Spring

Continued arid conditions forecasted by NOAA for the entire Southern Arizona, increasing fire risk.

Students Walk Out of School to Protest Gun Violence

Tucsonans joined others throughout the country to call attention to school shootings and call for legislation.

Number of Tucson Homes for Sale Hits Historic Low

Despite inventory being at an all-time low, price growth remains in check.

Drop in House Flipping May Point to Growth in Home Prices

Investors appear to be buying and holding on to their inventory instead of selling.

City Council to Consider Renewing Downtown Business Improvement District

Affirmative vote would open a comment period for property owners in the district.

State Prepares to Launch Opioid Hotline for Health Care Providers

Hotline will offer doctors assistance with treating patients who are using opioids.

Call From TEP Threatening to Shut Off Your Power? Might Be a Scam

TEP says customer reports of calls threatening to shut off service without immediate payment doubled in February.

Groups Work to Reduce Blowing Dust Risk on I-10

Officials from government agencies gathered to share research and update others on projects aimed at minimizing problem.

Supervisors to Reconsider Federal Law Enforcement Grant

Valadez asks for a vote to re-examine $1.4 million grant the board previously turned down

Flu Reports are Down, But Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

Health officials warn that a second spike is always possible.

Rio Nuevo Wants to Use Broadway Properties Swept Up by Widening Project

Project would include new parking, relocating historic bungalows and changes to Solot Plaza.

Federal Proposal Won't Affect Most Tucson Road Projects, Official Says

Road plans in Tucson most often use local money only in order to avoid federal standards.

Fire in Dragoon Mountains Burns 3,000 Acres

Overnight evacuation ordered Saturday due to the Knob Hill fire.

Federal Budget Deal Could Benefit Tucson's Economy

A deal that brings an end to sequestration cuts in defense could have a positive impact on Tucson's financial health.

Bill Would Force Financial Transparency on Hydroelectric Power Group

The measure is co-sponsored by all but one member of Arizona's delegation.

Tax Season Begins; Groups Offering Free Filing Help

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program will offer free tax preparation at seven Tucson-area sites.

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