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Episode 312: Democrats' Uphill Battle - A First Look at Campaigns for 2018 Election

Election Day is 18 months away but campaigns for governor and Congress are in full swing.

Public Opposes More Limits on Arizona Medicaid

State poised to become first to implement five-year lifetime cap on enrollment.

Democrat Unseating Ducey? A 'Herculean' Task, Republican Strategist Says

A contender for the Arizona governor's seat would first need a lot of money.

Sewer Rates Rising 3% for Pima County Residents

Increase adds to earlier approval of higher rates for water, electricity, trash collection.

Oro Valley Council Considers Tax to Expand Naranja Park

Should voters be asked to OK $4.50 a month more in property taxes for $17M improvements?

2018 Congressional Races Already Taking Shape

Candidates in three Southern Arizona districts begin work to qualify for ballot.

Be Registered to Vote to Weigh in on Tucson Sales Tax

Registration deadline is Monday for city of Tucson's half-cent tax increase proposal.

Episode 133: Reaction to Immigration Crackdown

Plus, controversy over proposed UA Honors College dorms, interring indigent vets, more.

More Arizonans File Taxes Online Each Year

87 percent of state residents expected to file online; 91 percent expected to file nationally.

IRS Still Needs Proof You Were Insured in 2016

Talk of repealing Affordable Care Act did not result in any change; proof of insurance is still necessary to avoid penalty.

Calendar Quirk Gives Taxpayers Extra Days to File

April 18 means three extra days for people to file, or procrastinate.

Taking the Bait: Scammers Go Phishing During Tax Season

Phishing and impersonation emails look to take advantage of tax document errors.

IRS: Not Doing Your Own Taxes? Pick a Trustworthy Preparer

Untrue statements on a tax return ultimately falls on the filer, not the preparer.

Episode 132: Full-Day Kindergarten Funding Proposal Won't Help Tucson

Plus, local impact of the state budget; Tucson and the sanctuary city controversy.

Maricopa Sheriff to Shut Down Arpaio's Tent City Jail

'Circus-like atmosphere' coming to end; savings could total $4.5 million annually.

ADOT Crews Can Now Clear Crashes Before Police Arrive

Rule is meant to line up with state law requiring accidents be cleared as quickly as possible.

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