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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

Earlier Primary Election Rejected for Arizona

State House says no to early July; Common Core debate, delayed Monday, back on agenda Tuesday.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont, a Common Core proponent, and her class at Sunnyside High School.

In Legislature Monday: Common Core, Online Sales Taxes

House floor debate set on banning curriculum standards, reducing income tax to match sales tax gain.

Arizona Legislature Passes $9.1B Budget After 24 Hours of Debate

Some Republicans vote 'nay;' Democrats say it cuts education too much and serves GOP special interests.

Some Republicans Push Back on State Budget Cuts

Opposition to governor's, legislative leaders' planned reductions grows with protests, denunciations.

Pima County Superintendents Urging Lawmakers to Keep K12 Funding

School leaders come together as state legislature works on budget

Business Report: Women Moving to the Top of Tucson's Public/Private Sectors

Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes and AZPM's Zac Ziegler analyze women's role in the Tucson business scene.

Legislature is in a special session on the budger

Legislature: Earlier Primary Election; Payday Loan Redux

House OKs July balloting, new program allowing 'flex loans' with interest rates up to 200%

University of Arizona students walk by the Old Main.

Legislative Budget Deal Would Cut $104M from Universities

Community colleges in Pima, Maricopa, Pinal counties would lose all state funding, $18M.

Tucson Charter Changes Sought for 'System That Works Better'

Ward-only elections, more power for mayor, clearer delineation of manager's authority proposed.

Sex Trafficking Bill Get Unanimous Support in House

Bill will allow judges to vacate criminal records of victims of sex trafficking.

Attention Lead-Footed Drivers: 10 MPH Over Limit Gets $15 Fine

Arizona House OKs legislation reducing fines for some speeding tickets, keeping info from insurors.

Public Forum Set for Tucson City Manager Candidates

Residents can meet, question candidates after their interviews with City Council members Tuesday.

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