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State Faces Difficulties, But Futurist Group Optimistic

Report says despite struggles in education, economy, state has 'elements to come of age.'

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

Rep. Salmon Says He Won't Challenge McCain for Senate

Attention falls to others as conservatives express dissatisfaction with 5-term senator.

Funding for A-10 Assured by Congress for Another Year

House-Senate conference report protects D-M's main plane in new fiscal year.

The Gray family at Christmas 2012.

Grandparents Provide Foster Care, Saving State Money

But one aspect of a program that has up to 8,000 foster children in it may lose funding.

Challenges to Two Oro Valley Candidates Dismissed

Joe Winfield and Doug Burke will stay on ballot for races in town's recall election.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio Contempt Hearing Over Latino Profiling Resumes

Sheriff, several of his top officers face federal sanctions, possibility of criminal charges.

Poll Contradiction: McSally Leads; Voters Want Democrat

Survey done for National Republican Congressional Committee gives her 7-point lead, but ...

Arizona Corporation Commission

2nd Claim Utility Commissioner Has Conflict of Interest

Susan Bitter Smith assailed for lobbying work for Cox Communications; she denies conflict.

Oro Valley Resident Wants Two Challengers Off Recall Ballot

Case will be heard in Pima County Superior Court Wednesday

Arizona economy

Report: State Tax Revenues Run Below Budget in August

Off by 0.8 percent from soft sales tax, corporate income tax, legislative staff says.

Federal Grant to Help Get Mold Out of Tribal Housing

Tucson area's Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui to get funding.

NAU Gets $500K For Domestic Violence Work in Nogales

Grant seeks to increase services available to victims in rural communities

METRO WEEK: Will Voters Ban Traffic Cams, Change Charter?

Four ballot questions in the hands of voters this fall

Three proposed passenger rail alternative routes diverge near Eloy going north toward Phoenix metro area. The green route was eliminated from the final analysis.

Tucsonans Favor Passenger Train Service to Phoenix

Public meeting garners support for rail connection that would go up to 125 mph.

Republican Doug Ducey celebrating Arizona governor's race win at a gathering in Phoenix.

Ducey School Funding Plan: Ingenious or Ill-Advised?

Governor wants to pull more from State Land Trust; treasurer says it's not allowed.

Tucson Bus Strike Ends; Normal Service Resumes Thursday

Tentative pact reached at 1 a.m. Wednesday; union members vote to approve 2-year deal.

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