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Jon Huntsman to Speak at UA Commencement

Former governor of Utah, onetime presidential candidate, is now associated with the political group No Labels.

Pima County Breaks Ground to Give Raytheon Expansion Room

Project is first step in economic development opportunity for southern tier of Tucson.

Gov. Doug Ducey addresses a joint session of the Arizona Legislature, Jan. 12, 2015.

Ducey Defends Abortion Restrictions in New Law

Bill he signed this week requires women to be told about reversal option.

Local and national companies have more than 5,000 jobs and internships up for grabs at the UA's Spring Career Days.

UA Careers Fair Brings Students, Employers Together

More than 5,000 job and internships offered during two-day event on Tucson campus.

Immigrant children at Border Patrol's Nogales warehouse where they were processed and detained in June 2014.

Surge of Minors at Border Expected, But Not Like 2014

Apprehensions decline; most illegal crossings occur in April and May, expert says.

Navajo Junk Food Tax Takes Effect Wednesday

2% tax on chips, cookies, soda, other items aimed at reducing obesity, diabetes, heart disease.

Jessica Mejia stays after school to fulfill state's request for documents from Culturally Relevant Classes.

Ethnic Studies Monitoring Puts Stress on TUSD Teacher

School hires substitute so educator can compile documents for state’s ongoing review.

7% Increase in Tucson Water Rates Proposed

Average residential bill would rise as much as $4.13 starting in July.

Ducey Vetoes Bill Keeping Police Officers' Names Secret

Governor also turns away legislation banning traffic ticket quotas, eliminating farm-animal protections.

Common Core, Gun Bill Fail on State Senate

AZPM reviews the remainder of the 2015 legislative session

Students from Miles Exploratory Learning Center celebrate the unveiling of smoke-free themed art on a bus bench near their school on March 31, 2015.

Students Aim to Curb Smoking, Raise Awareness at Bus Stop

Student-created art features tobacco-free messages on Sun Tran bench in front of Miles School.

State Rep. John Kavanagh, discusses state educational funding.

State Senate Rejects Allowing Guns in Public Buildings

Three Republicans join Democrats to turn back bill that has failed four straight years.

Improved Wildland Firefighter's Shelter to Be Tested

Pace of development picked up after 19 Prescott firefighters died in 2013 Yarnell Hill Fire.

Route of Aerospace Parkway, 5-mile, $12.7 million roadway on Tucson's South Side.

Pima County Breaking Ground on Aerospace Parkway

New road protects Raytheon, anchors larger economic development plan for South Side.

L-o-o-o-ng Distance Conversation Between Astronaut Twins

Mark Kelly, in Tucson, speaks with Scott Kelly, aboard International Space Station.

Voting Monday in the Arizona Senate on killing Common Core. The curriculum guideline was upheld, 16-13.

Senate Rejects Bill Aimed at Killing Common Core

Curriculum guidelines in place in Arizona for 2 years are also used by 46 other states.

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