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Arizona Congresspeople Pick Sides in Obamacare Fight

Delegation weighs in on impending battle over repealing all, or part, of Affordable Care Act.

Wish List for State Business Leaders: Education, Roads

Also: Less regulation, expanded Arizona-Mexico trade, ballot initiative reform.

McSally, Flake, McCain to Introduce Jan. 8 Memorial Bill

The shooting took the lives of 6 people and wounded 13 more.

Arizona Teacher Vacancies Worsen Since Fall Semester

Schools will start spring classes with 8,300 open teaching positions.

Napier Takes Oath as Pima County Sheriff

Republican defeated incumbent Democrat Nanos in November.

Navajo Nation Library Seeks Funding to Save Oral History

Director hopes to digitize reels for future Navajo language speakers, learners.

Early Arizona Records Available, Free, on Ancestry Website

The state inked a deal to open access to historical census, school, marriage, prison data.

New Flights Have More Passengers Flying from Tucson

Tucson International Airport traffic was unusually high in October, November.

Year-end: 2016 Kick-Started Tucson's Economic Rebound

Dropping unemployment, new employers, and a growing downtown.

2016 Likely 2nd Hottest Ever in Tucson; 2014 Was No. 1

Last 3 Years will rank as hottest in Old Pueblo for average temperature.

State High Court Won't Stop Higher Minimum Wage Jan. 1

Court turns down business organizations' request to freeze it for now; next action, February.

First Day Hikes Celebrates 60th Year in Arizona State Parks

Come Sunday, more than 60 events will be held statewide, 7 in Southern Arizona.

End-of-Year Donations Pour in to Arizona Schools, Nonprofits

Arizona's tax credits mean certain charities and schools see a year-end rush of money.

Flags, Public Records and Marijuana Top List of New Bills

State lawmakers are getting ready for the 2017 legislative session.

In Santa Cruz County, Go Online for Home Checks When Away

The program is meant to increase safety through the visibility of patrol cars.

Walter Wick, Southern Arizona Newspaper Publisher, Dies

Wick, along with his brother Robert, expanded the family media company to 11 states.

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