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AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, April 4, 2014

Winners, losers in this year's proposed city budget; how will latest court rulings on campaign finance affect Arizona political races?; Obamacare effects in congressional campaigns.

Weekly Business Report: Tucson Wants Tesla

Battery factory would bring 6,500 jobs to region; UA seeks vet school funding; Tucson's dark skies getting lighter.

Event Encourages Donating to Local Nonprofits

The second Arizona Gives Day is taking place today, and local state charities are working together to raise as much money as possible for their causes.

ODs Leading Cause of Accidental Deaths in Pima County

Drug overdoses account for 34 percent of inadvertent fatalities in region; in 2013, 327 people died from this cause.

IRS Agent: Be Aware of Tax Crimes

Most common crime in recent years has been filing someone else’s taxes to get their return, according to the IRS.

White House to Honor Former Giffords Staffer, Jan 8 Survivor

Obama administration recognizing Pam Simon's work toward preventing gun violence; she's one of nine people celebrated Thurs. for such efforts.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

S. AZ Ports of Entry Getting 170 Additional CBP Officers

About a month ago, U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, seven of his bipartisan congressional delegation colleagues requested more agents to staff Arizona's ports along border with Mexico.

Tucson to Replace Tall Trees Near Power Lines

City, TEP altering policy regarding how to handle trees growing near posts; they'll be cutting down taller ones, plating two shorter ones.

Proposed Passenger Rail Line Seeking Comment in Tucson

ADOT announces a handful of in-person opportunities for public to share thoughts on possible new train system to PHX.

This port of entry is one of the locations that Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild proposed receive additional manpower and resources.

CBP Hiring Thousands of New Officers for Ports of Entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announces Tues. the allocation of 2,000 additional officers in 18 states, including Arizona.

We talk to Dustin Huynh and Sabrina Ball, members of the UA American Society of Mechanical Engineers, to discuss human power vehicles.

UA Students Participating in Human Powered Vehicle Contest

Engineering students will compete against other universities at the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Davis-Monthan Announces Open House Next Weekend

A chance to thank the community for their support, and allowing them access the base, officials say.

IRS Spokesman: Retirees Often Have Lower Tax Burden

It's important to remember that money coming out of 401(k)s, IRAs and pensions is not necessarily tax free.

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Study: AZ Children Face 'Above-Average' Risk of Living in Poverty

Researchers at The Annie E. Casey Foundation scored the well-being of kids belonging to 5 different ethnic groups in each state.

Climate Change Threatens AZ Water Supply, UN Report Says

“...changes are already occurring in the Southwest...with increased warming, these problems will only get worse," says UA professor, one of study's authors.

AZ Week: Once Ground Zero, Border Sees Improvements

Number of apprehensions, drug seizures getting better with more agents, infrastructure in area, BP agents say.

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