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Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Seven Weeks into School Year, TUSD Still Needs 120 Teachers

The vacancies are being filled temporarily by subs as district continues recruiting.

Prop 205: Sharp Divisions over Legalizing Marijuana in Arizona

State could become fifth to legalize it for recreational use; governor leads opposition.

Governor Will Lead Trade Mission to Canada Next Week

Stops in Montreal, Toronto for Arizona's No. 2 trading partner, at $1B annually.

Downtown Tucson Partnership CEO Kathleen Ericksen.

Downtown Tucson Partnership Announces New CEO

Kathleen Ericksen comes to Tucson after running similar efforts in Michigan, California.

Richard Shelton Talks About "Nobody Rich or Famous"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Feeding Our Future examines "Putting Native Foods Back on the Plate"

Arizona Voter Registration Drives Going into Home Stretch

The deadline to register for November general election is Oct. 10.

A man works on a housing construction site.

Will Prop 206 Boost or Bust Arizona Job Market?

Proponents say current minimum is unlivable; opponents call 206 a job killer.

Judge: Arizona 'Ballot Harvesting' Law OK

State wins a round in court over a new law against collecting ballots.

The new air traffic control tower for Tucson International Airport

Officials: New Tucson Airport Tower Means Safety, Efficiency

$40 million structure dedicated Friday also boasts green features, including solar power.

Pima Supervisors Election: Board Control at Stake?

Voters could change the political party leadership on the Board of Supervisors.

Campaigns, Candidates Are Chasing the Youth Vote

People born in - wait for it - 1998 are now eligible to vote; but will they?

Samantha Felix and Jesse Pablo run TOCA's Project Oidag, which means "garden." Click to listen to them describe their work teaching youth about traditional foods.

Feeding Our Future: Putting Native Foods Back on the Plate

Why did the Tohono O'odham stop eating and growing their Native foods?

McSally Challenges Homeland Security on Data Accuracy

She disagrees with agency statistics about proportion of those caught crossing.

Tucson International Airport.

Tucson International Airport Will Unveil New Control Tower

FAA-owned tower replaces one of the oldest-running towers in the country.

A marijuana plant

Group, Gov. Ducey Hope to Stop Recreational Pot Measure

If passed, Prop. 205 will make recreational marijuana legal in Arizona.

Poverty Rate Falls in Arizona; 'Food Hardship' Continues

Food banks: 18.4% of Tucson families with children struggle to feed them.

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