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The 25-panel solar power system set-up of the roof of Enrique Ward's home.

TEP Wants to Reduce Solar Energy Buy-Back Rates

Utility would pay about 20% less to residential customers for excess electricity generation.

7,000 Unintended Pregnancies Prevented in Arizona in 2014

Family Health Partnership uses federal funding for low-income women and families.

Tucson city lights at dusk

Census: Tucson Metro Population Exceeds 1 Million

2014 Estimate shows population growth accelerating again after post-recession slowness.

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

Legislative Roundup: Elections Changes, Predicting Crime

Restrictions on collecting early ballots, Clean Elections investigations, police software funding.

Isaías Noguez, Coordinator of Political Affairs and Outreach for the Mexican Consulate discusses the impact of the recent SB1070 ruling.

Tucson’s Mexican Consulate Moving to Midtown

Consul says move out of small space downtown is necessary to “better serve the community.”

University of Arizona's Old Main.

UA Launches Online Bachelor's Degrees

University has offered more than 40 online masters and grad programs for years

Vets' Families Would Get In-State Tuition in Arizona

Lawmakers give preliminary OK to bill, but reject Democratic try to include young immigrants.

The community meets at a Sunnyside board meeting, dozens asked board members to put their differences aside and focus on the students.

Sunnyside Superintendent Finalists to Meet Public

Community wants collaborative, ethical and bicultural leader for South Side schools.

A Border Patrol agent in the Arizona desert looking through binoculars.

Stiffer Penalties Sought for Drug Smuggling Lookouts

McSally, McCain introduce identical bills in their respective chambers seeking 10-year sentences.

Gov. Ducey Wants Common Core Standards Reviewed

Ducey addressed the Arizona State Board of Education Monday

A HAWK pedestrian crossing is pictured at the intersection of 6th Street and Wilson Avenue on March 23, 2015.

Police Go Undercover to Increase Focus on Pedestrian Safety

Undercover officers will be on lookout for drivers who ignore crosswalk warning

Arizona House Approves Abortion Restriction Bill

The Arizona House voted to approve a bill barring women from buying a health insurance plan through the federal marketplace that includes abortion coverage.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Image of house from House Swap SW.

Changing Buyer Age Could Shape Tucson's Housing Future

Predictions show increases in ages that prefer smaller housing options

Pascua Yaquis Begin Prosecuting Non-Tribal Members

New program allows pursuit of criminal cases in domestic violence against women on reservation.

We look at the obesity problem in TUSD and we see how changes are being made that allow for kids to make healthier choices.

More Kids Loading Fruit onto School Lunch Trays, Study Finds

Tucson Unified School District food services staff say fruit is one of the most popular lunchtime items.

Air Force Announces Plan for A-10 Backup

McSally says chief of staff told her how Davis-Monthan will carry out grounding of 10% of its fleet.

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