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Small Tax Break Coming for Pima County Homeowners

10-cent rate reduction means about $1 a month less on average house.

Local Candidates Could See Presidential Race Effects

Pima County political party chairs agree tone of 'roller coaster' race will have impact.

Tucson Homeless Numbers Rise on Streets, Drop in Shelters

Official: Numbers explained by homeless ineligible for shelters because of drug, alcohol use.

Challenge for McCain's US Senate Seat Tops Arizona Ballot

3 Southern Arizona House races also set, with office-seekers in abundance.

Races Set in All Five Pima County Supervisory Districts

4 incumbents seek re-election; top race to succeed Ray Carroll in District 4.

Pascua Yaqui Voters to Cast Ballots for Tribal Council

Four-year terms for all 11 council seats up for grabs; incumbents and 39 others on ballot.

Music Without Borders

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Tucson couple celebrates their 80th anniversary; A Book I Love, and a look at a Tucson neighborhood through the eyes of a lifelong resident.

Pima County Ex-Supervisor Ann Day Dies in Tucson Car Wreck

Day, 77, left office in 2011 after representing northwest district 12 years.

Arizona Children's Health Insurance Program Restored

KidsCare could provide health care for 30,000 children

Pie Party Celebrates Tucson's Sweet Side

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A wrap on the 2017 State Budget; a doctor from Pakistan makes a difference in Marana; new book details UA role in space exploration.

Gov. Ducey Hails Commitment to Education in State Budget

In Tucson speech, he points to increased spending for K-12, universities, JTED.

$9.58B State Budget Approved; More for K-12 But No KidsCare

Legislature works until nearly 2 am Wednesday, restoring some school funding.

Legislature Breaks for Weekend Without Vote on $9.58B Budget

Republican House members hold out for more education funding in spending package.

School Funding Deal Reported in House; Budget Moves Slowly

Arizona lawmakers still in session Friday; floor debates expected on $9.58 billion budget.

Federal Appeals Court Will Hear Tucson Elections Case

City asked for review of ruling that its hybrid election system is unconstitutional.

$9.58B Budget Introduced; Vote Possible by Week's End

Details of K-12 funding still being worked out as budget heads to committee hearings.

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