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Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Students: Apply Now for Paid Pima County Summer Jobs

Decades-old program places teens and young adults in paid jobs and internships

Business Report: 2016 Brings 'Cautious Optimism' in Tucson

Some think this could be the year Tucson's economy moves past slow growth.

Pima County Offers Retraining for Laid-Off Copper Miners

County to train those hit by upcoming Freeport-McMoRan mine closure.

Vail English Teacher Wins $25,000 Educator Award

Cienega High School educator honored for enthusiasm and dedication.

Business Report: Tucson CFOs Make Local Business Run

CFOs work in all sectors, help the dollars and cents flow, keep the lights on

Schools Win Some, Lose Some Asking Voters for More Money

Five Pima County school districts asked voters to approve additional funding.

UA Students Make Tasty Treats in 'Solar Oven Throwdown'

Building solar cookers requires teamwork, design and construction.

AZ WEEK: Which Plan Will Work to Boost Arizona Education?

A look at funding plans from state leaders and the practices of rural schools.

Parent Named Newest Member of Vail School Board

Allison Pratt appointed to seat vacated by Jim Coulter in August.

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

Pima Sheriff Cites 1,600 Drivers for School Zone Violations

Special enforcement targets Amphitheater, Flowing Wells and Vail school districts.

Kyle Emmendorfer, right, preps fictitious defendant Roman Alvarado for the murder trial.

Tucson Teens Take Over Pima County Courtroom in Summer Program

Courts Are Us gave more than two dozen students the chance to work in the court system

GED Exam Available To Pima Residents Free Until November

Officials partner with business to help low-income residents who did not finish high school.

PCC OKs Budget With Tax Increase, Hiring Freeze

Spending to drop $7.5 million next year because state aid eliminated.

Governor Doug Ducey ceremonially signs Senate Bill 1441 on May 1, 2015. The bill was spearheaded by Copper Creek Elementary students and made into law during the regular legislative session.

Oro Valley Students Help Pass Law Making Copper State's Metal

Governor lauds school for multi-year effort started in Ms. Royer's 4th-grade class.

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Community College Looks Forward at Annual Conference

Community members provide input on business needs and college's mission

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Board of Governors Gives Green Light for Tuition Increase

Board approves $5 per credit hour more for in-state students in next academic year.

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