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Treasurer Told To Give Land Trust Fund Money to Schools

Arizona attorney general says no reason to hold $260 million from Prop 123.

Hundreds Evacuate Yarnell; Wildfire Grows to 1,200 Acres

Town where 19 hotshot firefighters died three years ago fighting a blaze.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus.

Regents Set to OK $5.1B in State University Budgets

UA basic spending package is $1.1B, with record research grants, contracts.

A lightning-caused fire burns near Finger Rock in the Catalina Mountains; August 5, 2015.

Wildfires Have Burned 30,000 Acres in Coronado This Year

Active year has had numerous human-caused fires, which are all preventable, official says.

Nogales Merchant Blames US Customs for Lost Business

More agents are needed to reduce long lines at the border, one leading retailer says.

Sunset at Yavapai Point, along the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

Grand Canyon Works Toward Dimming Its 5,000 Lights

Dark Sky Association grants provisional status, giving canyon 3 years to retrofit lights.

Study: Arizona Tops US in Health of Retiree Funds

70 percent of assets needed to cover state employee retiree health care.

Beatriz Escalante and her son at a Yuma church shelter after crossing illegally in hopes of receiving asylum.

New Surge of Central Americans Seen on Border

Unaccompanied youth, women with small children still making their way north.

Commercial trucks coming through the Mariposa Port of Entry. (2015)

Kirkpatrick in Nogales: 'A Wall Doesn't Make Sense'

U.S. Senate candidate focuses on the border in challenging incumbent McCain.

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Local Candidates Could See Presidential Race Effects

Pima County political party chairs agree tone of 'roller coaster' race will have impact.

Arizona-Mexico Border: Cooperation, Not Confrontation

National political rhetoric belies what locals see as a 'region, not a border.'

How Does the Presidential Election Affect Local Politics?

We ask political party leaders and journalists about trickle-down politics.

Why is This Man Running from Tucson to Phoenix?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: County elections start taking shape; author tells grandfather's amazing story; and Tucson's replica cultural army.

Challenge for McCain's US Senate Seat Tops Arizona Ballot

3 Southern Arizona House races also set, with office-seekers in abundance.

Traffic Crashes, Deaths Rise on Arizona Roadways in 2015

Alcohol, speeding and failure to wear seat belts all contribute to rise in fatalities.

Post-Secondary Education Can Improve Local Economy

Economist says keeping more college graduates in Tucson and state is important.

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