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UPDATE: Barber Campaign Goes to Federal Court Over Vote Count

Suit filed also includes 3 voters seeking inclusion of 133 previously disqualified ballots in Pima, Cochise counties.

Barber Campaign Asks State to Count More Votes

Race against McSally had 'errors and omissions' in disqualifying more than 160 ballots, secretary of state told.

METRO WEEK: University of Arizona Budget Challenges Continue

State funding for UA not rising; tuition, gifts make up larger portion of revenue.

AZ WEEK: 'Obama's Immigration News Good Economically, Bad Politically'

Local policy, law experts weigh in on president's executive orders deferring deportation for millions of undocumented migrants in US.

Obama Deportation Deferral May Affect 135,000 in Arizona

Immigration plan's impact in state also could include visas for high-skilled workers, tightened border security.

Tucson Program Hopes to Break Language Barriers, Help Immigrants Thrive

Literacy Connects' English Acquisition for Adults has been around for decades helping people transition into a new life on American soil.

Arizonans in Turn Lambaste, Laud Obama Over Immigration

Brewer: 'a tyrannical king that is above the law;' Barber: 'disappointed Congress has brought us to this point.'

More Bighorn Sheep Released North of Tucson

14 sheep scamper uphill to join a dozen surviving from last year's release; more coming Friday.

Q-and-A on Medicare Open Enrollment

Expert advises seniors to act now, with deadline two weeks away; some plans changing, others more costly.

Attorney General Horne to Settle Clean Elections Investigation

Agrees to pay commission $10K fine over alleged campaign violations.

University of Arizona: Budgeting, Funding, Other Difficult Decisions

UA President Ann Weaver Hart discusses issues; says criticism is part of leadership role.

Pima Supervisors Reject Barber's Request to Delay Election Certification

Democrat's campaign wants 132 disqualified county ballots counted; lawyer says it wasn't voters' fault.

UA Health Network Takeover Will Be Complete in January

President Ann Weaver Hart says move will ensure long-term sustainability of university's academic medical programs.

Bighorn Sheep Release in Santa Catalinas Closed to Public

Arizona Game and Fish spokesman says they don't want crowd control issues, there are 'animal welfare concerns.'

Governor-Elect Ducey Prepares to Step into Office

In recent days he has met with legislative leaders, US senators, mayors of Tucson and Phoenix.

Healthcare.gov Has More Insurance Options This Open Enrollment Period

United Healthcare, two other companies have joined in to sell plans on Arizona's federally run marketplace.

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