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METRO WEEK: Changes Ahead for Tucson City Government?

Affect of city changes: 'It would be very difficult to have failing Tucson and a prosperous region.'

Arizona Congressional Redistricting Goes to Supreme Court

Arguments in DC Monday over whether voter-approved commission or Legislature should draw lines.

Banner Takeover of UAMC Comes at Midnight Friday

Deal worth up to $1B in works since last summer gives Phoenix health company 2 Tucson hospitals.

Tucson Author Elizabeth Gunn Interviews 'A Lot of Cops' to Nail Scenes

Festival of Books speaker shares her writing life, features local sites in her mystery stories.

Arizona Employment Rising, But Recession Hangover Remains

State projects 2.2% growth this year, 2.4% next; Tucson area growth will pick up more slowly.

Grab Your Hat, Pull on Your Boots: It's Rodeo Time

90th annual La Fiesta de los Vaqueros kicks off 4 days of professional comptition Thursday.

UA Adjunct Faculty Members Seek Better Working Conditions

Higher pay, smaller classes, multi-year contracts desired; UA official: 'This is challenging time.'

Repair Projects Expanding on Tucson Streets, Roads

5-year program grows because lower costs, quicker completions allow city to stretch resources.

Snow Pack Not Likely Enough to Minimize Wildfire Season

Preparations for summer already under way; snow pack not what it should be, experts say.

New Safety Methods Sprout in Fields After E.coli Outbreak

California spinach problem in 2006 led to measures now in effect there and in Southern Arizona.

Business Boost to 'Read On, Tucson' Off to Good Start, But ...

More effort needed until it is 'in the DNA of a community,' early childhood education expert says.

US Senate May Vote on Border Security Funding

Republican leader separates budget bill from other immigration issues hoping for passage.

TUSD Cancels AIMS Tests in Light of New State Law

Enacted Friday, legislation eliminates graduation requirement to pass test for 4 years

Missed Insurance Deadline? Maybe Not.

Federal gov. extends window to buy health insurance to end of April to avoid tax penalty

Standardized Tests No Longer Required in High School

State law, effective Friday, eliminates mandate to pass AIMS or any state exam to graduate

Arizona's Beer Industry is Growing

Looking at the state's growing craft brewing industry and legislation that could soon be affecting it.

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