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Tech Schools Don't Want to Be Overlooked for Teacher Raises

Some uncertainty lingers after years of budget strain.

Rent in Tucson on the Rise, But Still Reasonable, Realtors Say

Rent costs are growing in the local market, but have not climbed as notably as some parts of the country.

Old Pima Courthouse Getting Original Shade of Paint

Iconic tile dome retained, original color restored as part of preservation project.

Tucson's Housing Market Ends Year with Strong December

2016's monthly and annual statistics closed at multi-year highs.

Tree Clearing on I-19 to Cause Lane Closures, Delays

The project is meant to increase safety by reducing plant-caused collisions.

Education the Centerpiece of Ducey's $9.79 Billion Budget

Promising resources for state schools and more teacher pay, including 2% annual raises.

Monsanto Seeks Tax Break Amid Vocal Opposition in Pima County

Plus, how the governor's priorities align with technical education needs; checking in with Oro Valley.

Arizona Budget Writers Gauging Effect of Wage Hike

Legislative committees to review the scope of the impact on different sectors.

Marana Schools to Receive $500K for Cleaner Buses

It's the only district in Arizona to receive funding for bus emissions.

Mortgage Rates on the Rise in Southern Arizona

Realtors association says average home payments are 8.9 percent higher than in October.

Can't Get to Women's March in DC? Go to Downtown Tucson

One of 281 sister marches taking place around the world.

State's Nonprofits May Feel Squeeze of Minimum Wage Hike

Groups serving developmentally disabled adults fear they may have to close their doors.

'Hack Arizona' to Draw Hundreds of Young Innovators

36-hour event will attract students and sponsors.

Rights Groups Want Contempt of Court for Border Patrol

Plaintiffs say the agency turned over corrupted video files that can not be viewed.

Gov. Ducey, Eyes on Trade, Traveling to Mexico

Arizona governor wants to keep the trade relationship strong.

Pima County Meetings Air Objections to Monsanto Site

The first of five took place in Oro Valley earlier this week, mostly serving as venue for opposition.

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