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METRO WEEK: 'Small Step' to Fostering Political Civility

11 of 90 state lawmakers recently took part in a National Institute for Civil Discourse program.

Ducey Budget: Child Safety, Universities Get Some Surplus

Governor proposes spending $200M of state surplus this fiscal year, more next year.

Arizona Spotlight for January 15, 2016

StoryCorps in Tucson preents a grandfather's tale of adventure during World War II; new biography tells the story of the first American woman to become a doctor; Tucson unemployed look for work "Under the Sun".

Legislature Eyes Breaks for Business

Ducey, some legislators want to make the state more business friendly.

Tucson Church Restarting Sanctuary Movement of 1980s

Tucson church is organizing to give refuge to Central Americans seeking asylum

Ski Resorts on Federal Land Must Prove Water Supply

New Forest Service rule will affect three spots in Arizona, including Mount Lemmon.

Golden Eagle Distributors Sold to Phoenix-Based Company

Tucson beverage distributor will be part of state's largest distributor, Hensley Beverage Co.

Will Capture of 'El Chapo' Change Arizona Drug Traffic?

DEA officials say Sinaloa drug cartel responsible for nearly all heroin import from Mexico

More Spending? 'Not on Our Watch,' Gov Ducey Repeats

State of state speech includes calls for funding educational innovation, drug treatment.

Number of Tucson Homes Sold in 2015 Rose 10 Percent

Prices up, too; most key statistics rose and grew at higher rates than year earlier.

El NiƱo Winds, Rain 'Scrub' Arizona's Atmosphere

State air quality director says rains, cold temperatures help purify air.

AZ Week: Medicare Policy Will Change End of Life Planning

Doctors and patients now able to have more conversations about next steps.

Arizona Spotlight for January 8, 2015

Ron & Nancy Barber remember the aftermath of January 8, 2011; one of the oldest buildings in Arizona gets a facelift; a preview of the 2016 Jewish International Film Festival including "Mister Kaplan" and "Enter the Faun".

2016 Brings 'Cautious Optimism' in Tucson

Some think this could be the year Tucson's economy moves past slow growth.

Fence Goes Up Around Pima County's Iconic Courthouse

Building will begin new chapter; plans in the works for community groups as tenants.

New Surge of Central American Immigrants Crossing Border

A rare look inside Casa Alitas, a Tucson safe house for Guatemalans.

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