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AZ WEEK: Preparing for Hot Senate Race in 2016

Also, state schools chief meets with Southern Arizonans to hear educational ideas.

METRO WEEK: Why Republicans Didn't Challenge for Mayor

Party puts up three candidates for Tucson City Council seats now held by Democrats.

Tucson Technology to Photograph Jupiter's Moon

University of Arizona researchers' instruments win ride aboard journey to Europa

Arizona Independent Redistricting System Upheld

5-4 Supreme Court decision leaves congressional boundaries as commission drew them.

Solar on the Rise: Electricity Output Equal to Hoover Dam

While rooftop solar is booming, others are working to take technology to bigger scale.

EPA Rule Could Protect Tucson's Washes; Businesses Object

Rule extends law to seasonal waterways that criss-cross the city; some businesses object.

When It Hits 100: Water Use Doubles in Tucson Summer

Even at that, Tucson a 'model' for conservation, consumption, city utility official says.

State Schools Chief Douglas Turns Ear to Tucson

Lack of satisfaction with state of education in Arizona, forum speakers tell her.

Solar on the Rise: System Prices Down, Utility Fees Up

Tax credits, sell-back credits mean going solar makes sense, for now.

When It Hits 100: Take the Plunge; Public Pools Beckon

Cannonball! Crowds expected at Tucson's 10 pools, county's 9.

Rothschild Appears Headed to 2nd Mayoral Term Unopposed

All three Democratic City Council members up for election this year have GOP challenge.

Chile - Pride of New Mexico - Suffering in Drought

Too much salt in groundwater leaves some long-time growers with little to plant, harvest.

Demonstrators Protest Arivaca Border Patrol Checkpoint

Inland traffic stops lead to profiling, deaths, they say; Patrol chief says they provide security.

Big Money, Names Drawn to Arizona Senate Race

Election Day is 18 months away and plenty of miles stand between the candidates and the ballot box.

When it Hits 100: Do Late Triple Digits Mean Cooler Summer?

Monsoon may be delayed because of springtime's below-normal temperatures.

Grijalva: Tucson's Cherrybell Mail Center May Not Close

Postal Service moves status from closing in July to 'to be determined,' congressman says.

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