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Tucson Budget and Water Rates Could Mean You'll Pay More

City Council discussing higher property taxes and water bills for next fiscal year.

L.A. Architecture Firm Will Design Jan. 8th Memorial

Four finalists narrowed to one that will refine proposal during the next year

University of Arizona Provost Andrew Comrie, 2015.

METRO WEEK: Despite Budget Cuts, UA Programs Expand

How institution trims spending, grows enrollment and adds educational programs.

Governor Calls for Further Education Reform

Ducey leads panel discussion with education leaders from around the country.

Streetcar Ridership Heads Toward Milestone

Ridership number released this week shows 17 percent ahead of projections

Elections Commission Moves to Make 'Dark Money' Less So

Vote would require new outside groups to report spending totals, donor names in campaigns.

Arpaio Lawyer: He Didn't Investigate Judge's Family

Court filing clarifies what Maricopa County sheriff said in contempt-of-court case testimony.

Construction crews work to complete the new wastewater treatment facility on Roger Road.

Arizona Earns C on Infrastructure Report Card

Roads, bridges, sewers earn rating better than national average

Traffic in downtown Tucson.

Rio Nuevo Considers 'Sunshine Mile' Preservation

Effort would preserve Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road

Gov. Doug Ducey, Jan. 13, 2015.

Approval Rating at 27% for Ducey in First Poll

Democratic-leaning survey firm puts Republican governor lowest among Democrats four months into term.

Governor Doug Ducey ceremonially signs Senate Bill 1441 on May 1, 2015. The bill was spearheaded by Copper Creek Elementary students and made into law during the regular legislative session.

Ducey: State Must Stop Spending Money We Don't Have

Local governments say budget has forced them to raise taxes

The international border fence in the Arizona desert.

Southern Arizona Residents Will Advise Homeland Security

Two Tucson-area people named to a group advising the Secretary of Homeland Security

Navajo Nation to Inaugurate New President

Election was delayed five months over language requirement

METRO WEEK: County Budget Proposal Calls for Tax Increase

Extra revenue will cover state costs passed along to counties, administrator says

We sit down with Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry to learn more about Social Impact Bonds.

Pima County Considers Two Property Tax Increases

One is necessary, according to county officials, the other optional for voters

Border wall in Arizona separating the United States and Mexico.

Senate Committee Wants Border Patrol Access Expanded

Agency would no longer need permits to reach wildlife refuges, parks and military property.

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