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PCC Proposes Alternative Budget Plans, Including Big Cuts

Scenarios range from maintaining status quo to 'revolutionizing' college through cuts.

CDO High's Academic Decathletes Going to Nationals

Oro Valley team wins 4th straight state title with mix of 'A', 'B' and 'C' students.

Supervisor Bronson: Gas Tax Could Be 'Tool in Toolbox'

An interview with the Pima County Supervisors chairperson.

Episode 307: Far From Home, Young Refugees Finding Their Way in Arizona

Also, efforts from faith-based organizations and volunteers, and the economic impact of immigrants and refugees.

UA Proposes 3.9% Higher Tuition, Fees for New Arizona Students

$100 fee for athletics; 92% of returning students will pay the same under tuition guarantee plan.

Longer School Recess Bill Advances in State Senate

Kindergarten through fifth graders now get 20 minutes; bill would add second recess.

All-Day Kindergarten Funding Out of Reach for Tucson's Public Schools

Only districts, charters with 90% subsidized lunches are eligible in Gov. Ducey's proposal.

UA College of Pharmacy Needs $9.5 Million for Building Renovation

Other funding sources are contingent on raising the money to update the building, which is 35 years old.

Negotiations Can Start for UA President Finalist

Texas Medical Center CEO Robert Robbins was chosen last week as the sole finalist to lead the university.

A Big Day for Poetry in Tucson

A 'poetry orchestra' with U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera; TC Tolbert named Tucson poet laureate.

Pima College Freed of Sanctions Threatening Accreditation

School was under notice for the last four years to take corrective action.

UA President Finalist Robbins: 'Hold Me Accountable'

He meets Tucson officials, campus community; next, contract negotiations.

Interviews for UA President Monday; Announcement Wednesday

Two candidates will meet with regents in private session before finalist selected.

80,000 Pima County Adults Don't Have Diploma or GED

Arizona Adult Literacy Week celebrates those who've worked to overcome literacy challenges.

Audit Report: Arizona Public School Classroom Spending Declines

At 53.5%, it's lowest in the 16 years auditor general has tracked for district schools.

TUSD Seeks Teachers for 110 Openings Now, 150 in Fall

Job fair Saturday for vacancies at all grade levels in Southern Arizona's largest district.

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