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Air Force: Number of A-10s to Stay Flying Is Up In the Air

The Air Force says it may not keep the entire fighter fleet active.

Arizona Launches Online Option to Transfer Vehicle Titles

The digital platform will eliminate the need for using a notary.

TUSD Plans 'Instructional Closure' if Teachers Strike

Trujillo says buses would run, meals would be served.

Governor's Office Gives Rosy Budget Forecast

Revenue growth is higher than originally expected.

Supervisors Approve Turning Green Valley Golf Course Into Park

130 acres will be donated to the county, which will spend $90,000 rehabilitating the golf course

UA Law School Admissions Change Gains Traction Nationwide

The Bar Association is considering loosening testing requirements after UA used GRE scores to find students.

Jury Deliberates Fate of Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder

The judge tells jurors they may consider lesser charges than 2nd-degree murder.

Saguaro National Park To Raise Entrance Fees

All rates go up $5 on January 1st.

Ducey Signs Bill Requiring Abortion Questions, Reporting

Providers obligated to ask why a woman is having an abortion; the patient is not required to answer.

McCain in Stable Condition After Surgery in Phoenix, Office Says

The senator was hospitalized over the weekend for an intestinal infection.

Pima County Sheriff's Deputies Contact Border Patrol 101 Times in March

The department is tracking interactions following approval of Operation Stonegarden funding.

Gov. Ducey Plan for Teacher Raises: 20 Percent Over 4 Years

Includes 1 percent this year, 9 percent the next, then 19; would need legislative approval.

Tohono O'odham, Pascua Yaqui, Hopi Sue to Stop Rosemont Mine

The tribes say the area for the proposed mine is sacred.

Tucson Budget $8M in the Red; $6M Set Aside For Staff Raises Next Year

Reworking of budget would allow for financial incentives aimed at employee retention.

Gov. Ducey Signs Bill Creating Minimum Arizona Marriage Age

The measure prohibits marriage for anyone under 16.

UA Student's Non-Opioid Pain Relief Research Highlighted in DC

Lindsey Chew's work is leading her to pursue a physician-scientist career path.

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