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Challengers File in Oro Valley Recall Election

If petitions are successful, each race would have at least one challenger

METRO WEEK: City Government Lacks Fiscal Plan, Leadership

How did past city decisions shape the budget struggle, poverty and politics?

Think City Needs More Than Tax Money? You Can Donate

Tucson making it possible to give tax-deductible donations online

Ducey Severs Ties with Private Prison Operator over Riots

State released a scathing report about numerous issues at the prison, calling it 'unacceptable.'

Arizona Medicaid Fee Is Constitutional, Judge Rules

Ruling is a blow to Republican lawmakers who opposed the hospital assessment that paid for extended services

Students voting

Anti-Climactic Primary Launches Election Season

Legal formality drew 32,400 votes Tuesday; races for 3 City Council seats, mayor set for November.

Tucson Primary Election, a Formality, Under Way Tuesday

No Republican or Democratic candidate faces opposition in balloting for mayor, 3 council seats.

AZ WEEK: Change Comes to Arizona's Municipalities

Host Lorraine Rivera checks in on Benson, Douglas, Yuma and Page.

Governor Doug Ducey (left) and ASU President Michael Crow at the Arizona Board of Regents

Report: State Finished Fiscal Year with $325 Million Surplus

Tax revenues higher than projected when governor, Legislature agreed on big spending cuts.

Russell Pearce, former State Senator and author of SB 1070 defines his stance on the controversial bill.

Activist Wrongly Barred from State Senate, Court Rules

Russell Pearce, then Senate president, had immigrant rights advocate kept out after protest.

New Rule: Some Child Welfare Cases Won't Be Investigated

State agency asks for alteration in rule to focus on clear cases of abuse, neglect.

Tucsonan Opens Car Doors to Stranded Bus Riders

Lynn Knuckles looks to spread good karma to those affected by Sun Tran strike.

Scofflaw Alert: Tucson Reduces Parking Ticket Fines

Basic 'nuisance' citation for meter expiration will go from $87 to $62 in October after council vote.

Rothschild Offers Help Hiring Customs Officers for Border

Tucson mayor lobbied federal officials last week for the city, offered help to one department

Sun Tran Drivers, Mechanics Contract To Expire Wednesday

Bus operator and Teamsters union continue negotiations, strike possible

Yarnell Residents Appeal Dismissal of Fire Lawsuits

They say state should have stopped 2013 fire that killed 19 firefighters, destroyed 127 homes.

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