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Arizona Housing Market Finding Its Pace Post Recession

Markets back to where they should be after boom and bust of the housing bubble, economist says.

UA-Sonora Partnership Targets Diabetes in Mexico

Economic prosperity is partially to blame for epidemic, says World Health Organization.

Probation Changes Drive Down State's Recidivism Rate

Arizona is one of five states that has seen a double-digit drop in those re-entering prison.

As Heat Returns, Officials Urge Safety

Normal summer weather patterns in Southern Arizona can be fatal.

Consul: Canada-Arizona Ties Strong, As Is NAFTA Bargaining Power

Business-diplomat to Arizona says negotiation necessary, but repeal far-fetched.

Study: Medicaid Cuts Would Disproportionately Affect Arizona's Rural Children

A recent bill in the Obamacare repeal aims to significantly roll back funding for the program.

Ducey to Join Group Talking Infrastructure at White House

Ducey's list includes I-10, cross-border sewer in Nogales.

Spike in Contagious Disease in Tucson Dogs Has Officials Urging Caution

There are seven confirmed cases of leptospirosis, or lepto, and more dogs may have been exposed at Udall Park.

Tucson Politicians Consider Border Wall Opposition

City Council, county supervisors to vote on identical resolutions Tuesday.

Tucsonan Farley Enters 2018 Governor's Race

State Senate assistant minority leader becomes third Democrat to announce.

TUSD to Host Public Forums on Superintendent Search

Consultant: The idea is to build the ideal profile of a candidate and emphasize transparency in search.

Facing Deficit, South Tucson May Trim Essential Services

City may outsource fire department, scale back police services.

Mobile Units Provide Health Checks for Mexicans in Arizona

Mexico's Health Ministry teamed up with UA staff and students to provide screenings.

Planetary Scientist Honored for Global Outreach

Henry Throop to receive Carl Sagan Medal from astronomical society.

New Mormon Temple is 6th in State, First for Tucson Area

Temple is open for public tours in June, make reservations to ensure a glimpse.

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