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Action at the 2014 Tucson Mexican Baseball Festival.

Preseason Baseball Returning to Tucson, from Mexico

Top league from south of border will bring four teams to Kino Sports Complex in March.

Gov, Doug Ducey after his Tucson speech, Jan. 13, 2015.

Rothschild: Happy with Ducey's Attention to Southern Arizona

Governor, mayor meet privately for half-hour; Ducey says he touts region as good for business.

The border fence in Arizona.

Expert: Cyber-Terror Shows 'Archaic' Idea of Physical Borders

Visiting scholar says contemporary politics, global economy, social movements transcend boundaries.

Cars drive through Tucson streets during rush hour.

Dread Driving Test? Take Classes Instead Under New State Rules

New state rules allow classes in lieu of written, road exams; aim is more professional instruction.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Local Housing Market Settling at Slow Pace

Steady growth seen this year, perhaps next, Tucson Association of Realtors says.

National Education Conference Comes to Tucson

School Reform Initiative brings hundreds from across US for workshops on best practices.

Tucson Streetcar Ridership Down in November, December

Holidays, weather reduced number of people riding rails between downtown, UA.

Tucson Streetcar Begins New Schedule Next Week

Changes reflect rider demand, with fewer people in early-morning hours, more in evening.

Just a small portion of the Saguaro National Forest conservation area.

Saguaro National Park May Raise Some Fees

Park officials say increases have been authorized by National Park Service

US Fish & Wildlife Changes Mexican Gray Wolf Rules

Reclassified as its own endangered species; range for it expanded to most of Southern Arizona.

Natural Food Outlets Coming to Tucson

Denver-based chain will open four shops in next 18 months, featuring organic produce, natural meats.

TUSD Ethnic Studies Case Before US Court of Appeals

Teachers, students seek to overturn state law that banned Mexcican American Studies in Tucson.

Republican McSally Names Democrat to Run Office

C.J. Karamargin, former press aide to Gabrielle Giffords, will be CD2 district director

METRO WEEK: What Can Southern Arizona Expect From State Officials This Year?

They can help themselves and region by getting involved in new state administration, business leader says.

Pima County Traffic Fatalities Decline in 2014

Fewer pedestrians succumb, bringing total number down nearly 7%.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus

Pima Chancellor Applauds Obama's Plan for Free Community College

Proposal for 75% federal coverage of tuition for any state that covers 25% for C+ or better students.

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