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3/29/12

Arizona Transportation Officials Release 5-Year Plan

First meeting for public feedback is Friday in Tucson

Arizona budget puzzle

Economist: States Should Stop Shorting Entitlements

Pensions and medical funding among top concerns

Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

U.S. House Hears Arguments for Saving A-10 Airplane

The House Armed Services Committee is working on a defense budget for next year and the A-10 is front and center.

The border fence in Arizona.

Cochise County Sheriff Says Rural Areas Along Border Are Not Secure

Sheriff Mark Dannels gave a Senate committee a first hand description of the life on the border.

Tucson Deputy City Manager Gottschalk Departs

Taking job in Dallas; as city CFO, she steered budget through post-recession difficulties.

Judges Must Perform All Weddings, Including Same-Sex

Arizona Judicial Ethics Committee tells jurists to accept all couples or none at all.

Trial Begins for Immigration Activists Who Stopped Buses

Charges are misdemeanors, including disorderly conduct, obstructing governmental operations.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Advisory Committee Recommends $653 Million Bond Package

Big county borrowing plan needs OK from Board of Supervisors before public vote in November.

Michael Ortega, named as Tucson city manager Friday, March 13, 2015.

Tucson Hires Michael Ortega as City Manager

Former Douglas city manager, Cochise County administrator, UA graduate will start in June.

METRO WEEK: Budget Cuts Force 'Tough Decisions' for UA

$30 million less for University of Arizona “wasn’t a surprise”

Coffin-like pods in which homeless people sleep in downtown Tucson.

Tucson to Remove Remnants of Downtown Homeless Camp Friday Night

Dream pods and tents violate city code at Vewinte de Agosto Park, where people have been living.

Gov. Doug Ducey delivers his first State of the State address, Jan. 12, 2015.

Ducey Signs $9.1B State Budget; Protests over Cuts Continue

Spending package for 2015-16 includes $110M less for higher education,Medicaid and welfare cuts.

McSally Talks National Security At Tucson Town Hall

The freshman Republican talked about more defense and negotiations with Iran.

Gov. Doug Ducey tours the Mirror Lab at the University of Arizona. March 11, 2015

Ducey Defends Budget: 'No One Offered Alternative'

Governor, on visit to Tucson, says spending package protects public safety, children, K-12 education.

Mary Jacobs and Michael Ortega, finalists for the Tucson city manager position, answer questions during a public meeting held Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Two from Cochise County are Tucson City Manager Finalists

Michael Ortega, Mary Jacobs meet public after list of 44 applicants narrowed by City Council

Arizona Healthcare Signups Nearly Doubled in Last Open Enrollment

Total statewide enrollment is now more than 200,000

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