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Bill for University Repairs OKs Funding for 2018-19

An Arizona Senate committee sent the measure to the Senate floor.

Border's New Boundaries, Part IV: Natural Wall May Suffice

Big Bend National Park's cliffs along Rio Grande could be enough deterrent.

TUSD May Seek to Borrow up to $300M for Buildings

Survey asks if voters would pass bond issue for facilities maintenance.

Teachers, Schools May Get More Under Legislative Budget

Bills moving through both chambers Wednesday include 1% teacher pay raise.

Pima County Next to Restrict Cell Phone Use While Driving

County joins Tucson, Oro Valley, and it goes into effect June 1.

The Border's New Boundaries, Part III: Silence from Violence

Border journalism has become increasingly deadly, at least for those on the Mexican side.

Passport Applications See 'Unprecedented' Surge at UA

The office accepted nearly 2,200 during the first three months of 2017.

Mexico Is One Step Away From Legalizing Medical Marijuana

Such a step would be a landmark policy for the country battered by the drug trade.

US Budget: $42B for Homeland Security But None for Wall

Spending includes pedestrian fencing, surveillance towers, patrol roads, gates.

The Border's New Boundaries, Part II: Living On The Edge

Life could change for those with property in the path of a border wall.

Trump Opposition Ties Groups Together for May Day March

Around 300 demonstrators made it to Armory Park.

Schools Group Sues Arizona, Saying Billions Owed For Maintenance

Lawsuit points to money it says was withheld following Great Recession.

Health Care Dispute Sends Thousands Seeking Care Elsewhere

UnitedHealthcare and operator of 2 hospitals and physicians network can't agree.

Sawmill Fire 94% Contained, Evacuation Notices Lifted

Human-caused fire burned nearly 47,000 acres southeast of Tucson.

South Tucson Grow Your Own Food Program Extended

200,000 have learned gardening, nutritional cooking in last five years.

Phone Talk, Text While Driving Illegal in Tucson

Ban starts Monday; first offense can bring $250 fine, or get in a crash and pay $500.

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