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METRO WEEK: City Government Lacks Fiscal Plan, Leadership

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

Copper Company Layoffs Won't Affect Tucson Area Mine

Company spokesman says despite cuts, operations at Sierrita will continue at current levels.

Forests Worldwide Vulnerable to Drought, UA Researcher Says

UA scientist contributes to climate change findings

Think City Needs More Than Tax Money? You Can Donate

Tucson making it possible to give tax-deductible donations online

Teamsters Reject Latest Sun Tran Offer in Tucson Bus Strike

Sun Tran general manager declines comment: 'I do not negotiate through the media.'

UA Hurricane Watchers Predict More Storms This Year

Researchers still expect six Atlantic hurricanes during next two months

Loss of Navajo Language Reveals Cultural Shift

Referendum allows non-Navajo speaker to be president

Regulate Reopened Uranium Mines, Group Asks Government

Environmental organization wants long-dormant operations scrutinized, including near Canyon.

Ducey Severs Ties with Private Prison Operator over Riots

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

Ojo Blanco Fire Steers Clear of Corona de Tucson

Three nights of rain helped put much of the fire out, now in hands of Ranger District

Arizona Medicaid Fee Is Constitutional, Judge Rules

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

$9K Pay Raises Given to Some Non-Tenured UA Faculty

National campaign to increase pay for non-tenure track instructors pays off for some.

Cienega High School students measure windows in the kitchen that don't match the rest of the house. One of many oddities discovered in the the renovation.

Vail Students Bring 100-Year Old Building Back to Life

Marsh Station Section Foreman House could have been demolished, instead will be a part of K-8 school

'Daily Wildcat' Reduces Print Edition to 3 Times a Week

Campus newspaper to focus resources on digital content

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.

An image of a street in Barrio Viejo, on exhibit now in the UA Libraries Specials Collections.

Nostalgia on Display at Exhibition of Tucson's Past

Tucson: Growth, Change and Memories was planned to correspond with city's 240th birthday

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