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New Courthouse Opens in Tucson Monday

Historic domed courthouse downtown gives way to modern 8-story structure two blocks away.

Dupnik Says He Will Resign as Pima County Sheriff

Makes announcement on local radio station; Democrat has been in office 34 years, reelected 8 times.

METRO WEEK: Behavioral Health Changes Coming to Southern Arizona

New company will distribute state, federal funding to local service providers; service effects unknown.

Average Airfare Out of Tucson Going Up

1% increase in last year, to $397 for roundtrip ticket; Phoenix average declines to $363.

Avra Valley Earth Fissures Ongoing Hazard, Geologist Warns

State's latest report shows subsidence from groundwater pumping continues in Southern Arizona.

Will We Soon be Mining the Moon?

UA Scientists say private concerns are seeking ways to get there, but the practicality of it may be far-fetched.

Banner Takeover of UAMC Approved by Regents

Deal worth nearly $1B includes new operator rebuilding main UAMC hospital on Tucson campus by 2019.

Air Guard to Patrol Skies Over Sunday's Super Bowl

Fighter jets will enforce 30-mile 'no fly' zone in Phoenix area during big game.

Mexico 'Doing Its Part' to Help Applicants for Obama’s Executive Action

Consulates in U.S. now issuing copies of birth certificates to make application process easier.

Here's a Diet That Can Reduce Cancer, Prevent Obesity, Diabetes

UA nutritionists co-host events to share research on benefits of Mediterranean-style eating pattern.

New Computer System to Help Connect Homeless People With Services

Pima County and coalition to end homelessness streamlining process to help people find the right services

Study: Arizona Dangerously Behind on Road Safety Laws

State has adopted 5 of 15 key laws gauged in the annual report

Power Line Project Gets Final Federal Permit

Environmental groups plan challenge

Congressional Border Tour Shows Breaches in Barrier Fence

Nearly two-dozen members of Congress were in Sierra Vista Saturday for a first hand look at the border.

Tucson Improves Economic Ranking Worldwide

Still not recovered from recession, report says

AZ WEEK: Education Budgets Cut At All Levels

Ducey proposes K-12, community college and university budgets see cuts

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