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Horne in Court Monday for Alleged Campaign Finance Violations

Arizona attorney general, one of his aides facing allegations of illegally coordinating spending back in 2010.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, February 7, 2014

Pima supervisors oppose proposed Rosemont mine; allowing Green Valley, Sahuarita join Santa Cruz County; city deficit; Tucson, Pima cooperation.

Another Bighorn Sheep Dead, Game & Fish Says

Dept. announces Friday animal may have been killed bobcat or young mountain lion; brings total of deaths to 9.

A map of the Arizona Congressional districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

Maricopa Not Allowed in Congressional Map Challenge

A fed. judge says too late for county to be involved in AZ Legislature's state district map suit.

AZ GOP Leaders Again Attempt to Reverse Medicaid Expansion

Rep. Adam Kwasman of Oro Valley says this would bankrupt the state; Gov. Brewer approved expansion in 2013.

Federal Land Payment Elimination Costs Pima County $3M

County provides services on U.S. owned land, but isn't getting reimbursed for cost of services.

Lynn Ratener, coordinator of the Fort Lowell Days Celebration, and John Prokop, band leader of the Old Arizona (4th Calvary Regimental) Brass Band, discuss the upcoming Historic Fort Lowell Day celebration.

Historic Tucson Neighborhood Being Celebrated

Fort Lowell Day is in its 33rd anniversary; event taking place this weekend to commemorate its legacy.

Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo soprano with the Metropolitan Opera, talks about the upcoming Desert Music Festival in which she will be preforming with The Tucson Symphony Orchestra.

Tucson Desert Song Festival Attracts International Talent

Metropolitan Opera mezzo soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano joins Tucson Symphony Orchestra for performances.

New Web Tool Simplifies Access to Universities Research, Studies

Research tool is result of collaboration between Board of Regents, Arizona Commerce Authority to access UA, ASU, NAU works.

University of Arizona students attend lecture

AZ Week: Students Need Tuition Freeze, ASUA President Says

Morgan Abraham says he hopes state Legislature will fund public universities properly for success of proposal.

AZ Week: More State Money Key for Stable Tuitions, ABOR Says

ABOR president weighs in on possibilities for Brewer's proposed plan to freeze public university in-state tuition for 4 years it takes to get degree.

New Bill Would Target Pimps Who Traffic Minors for Prostitution

An AZ House committee unanimously approved bill championed by Cindy McCain, Gov. Jan Brewer.

AZ Considers Multi Million Tax Break for Private University

Senate Finance Committee votes 6-1 to cut property taxes Grand Canyon University must pay yearly.

Brent DeRaad, president and CEO of Visit Tucson, discusses the economic impact of the gem shows in the Tucson area every February.

Tucson Gem, Mineral Shows Bring Millions in Economic Impact

More than 50,000 people expected to attend this year; event will mean an estimated $85M for city, tourism expert says.

Cesar Aguirre, volunteer at Casa Maria, and Alan Jolivett, Hurricane Katrina evacuee, discuss the state of poverty, especially as it relates to the working poor.

Job Training, Agency Coordination Key for Improving Tucson Poverty

Programs that connect people with jobs and training work need to be collaborative, clients say.

solar panels

Fewer People Installing Rooftop Solar Panels in AZ

Less Arizona Public Service customers getting them in wake of state regulators' decision last Nov. to add a $5 monthly fee for new users.

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