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Teachers, Schools May Get More Under Legislative Budget
Bills moving through both chambers Wednesday include 1% teacher pay raise.
Pima County Next to Restrict Cell Phone Use While Driving
County joins Tucson, Oro Valley, and it goes into effect June 1.
US Budget: $42B for Homeland Security But None for Wall
Spending includes pedestrian fencing, surveillance towers, patrol roads, gates.
Schools Group Sues Arizona, Saying Billions Owed For Maintenance
Lawsuit points to money it says was withheld following Great Recession.
Phone Talk, Text While Driving Illegal in Tucson
Ban starts Monday; first offense can bring $250 fine, or get in a crash and pay $500.
Sisters Watched as Sawmill Fire Crept Toward Their Winery
Fire singed their property six years ago and left them wondering if it would happen again last week.
Sawmill Fire Held to 47,000 Acres, 89% Contained
Fire managers focus on eastern side, hope to keep community of Mescal safe.
Schools Supe Douglas Proposes Sales Tax Increase to Boost Teacher Salaries
The proposal would extend and expand Prop. 301, which expires in 2021.
State Budget Hangup: Ducey Firm on University Funding
Budget negotiations in Phoenix are stuck on how to increase maintenance money.
Feds Give Arizona $24M to Combat Opioid Epidemic
12th biggest grant in the country, based on need and prevalence of opioid addiction.
Pima County Has Hot Spots for Voter Registration, Declining Statewide
The northern and southern parts of the county saw the most new voters.
40,000-Acre Wildfire Slows, But More Winds Expected to Drive It Anew
Wind gusts to 35 mph coming in Thursday could spread Sawmill Fire near Sonoita.
Interest Group: Border Tax Would Cost Consumers $1.2 Trillion
Americans for Affordable Products says state congressional delegation opposes 20% import tax.
O'odham Dances: 'This Is The Way We Begin and End Things'
A creative collaboration combining film, poetry and Southwestern flavor debuts Tuesday in Tucson.
Voter Registration Falls by 10,000 in Arizona
Officials say it's a typical post-election pattern.
Democrats Prepare to Challenge Ducey for Governor
Election Day is nearly 18 months away, but the race for Arizona governor is underway.
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