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METRO WEEK: Budget Relies on Improved Tucson Economy

Spending plan assumes sales tax will bring in $7.7 million more in 2015-16.

El Niño Could Bring Wetter, Cooler Temperatures

Climate models predict 85 percent chance of persistence to winter 2016

Border Patrol Cells 'Inhumane, Punitive,' ACLU Claims

More than 200,000 people held in Tucson Sector in last 2 years in 'freezing cold rooms.'

Clearer, Better Smelling Santa Cruz River A Good Sign

River report says quality of water is improving

Eagle Feathers: Sacred to Navajos, Protected by U.S.

Supply limited for Native American ceremonies, so one man works to expand availability.

Arizona Fire Season Looks Bad, But Not Worst in West

El Niño weather makes Pacific Northwest and California more susceptible to fire.

What's City Bond Rate Downgrade Mean?

Higher interest rates on Tucson borrowing for infrastructure, other capital projects.

Slimmed Broadway Widening Proposal Awaits Council Vote

City Council will decide on $70M plan to expand two-mile stretch from Country Club to Euclid.

Pima County Sues State Over Costly Budget Provision

Claims spending package unconstitutional in requiring county to pay part of TUSD's taxes.

Walk, Listen, Learn: A New Way to Tour Historic Bisbee

Community members combine technology with mining town's past and its modern art.

Tucson City Council Votes on Broadway Expansion Tuesday

Plan first raised in 1987; if OK'd, proposal will move to land purchase phase

Gov. Ducey’s School Funding Proposal Gets Mixed Reviews

Some in education ‘cautious’ about idea, others applaud the plan to dip into State Land Trust Fund.

AZ WEEK: Third Medical School Coming to Arizona

Mayo Clinic, ASU Team up for 2017 opening; need great for training more physicians.

METRO WEEK: Tucson Job Center Gets National Attention

One formerly homeless veteran got education, job with help from employment program.

Arizona Nonprofits Bouncing Back from Recession

Giving level back to pre-recession level of nearly $3 billion statewide, anlysis reveals.

UA Layoffs Coming Because of $28.3M in State Funding Cuts

'Reality is we will have staff reductions,' campus finance officer says; details coming in August.

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