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Gov. Doug Ducey, Jan. 13, 2015.

Campaign for School Funding Measure Raises Big Money

Backers of the governor’s education plan brought in $1.75 million in 2 months.

Arizona Struggles to Fill Spots on Foster Care Review Boards

Nearly 18,000 children are in shelters, group and foster homes, a big increase.

Arizona's Online Candidate Petition Cited for Innovation

Harvard's government school recognizes state system for online democratic process.

No Terror Threat Seen in Tucson, But FBI Is Monitoring

Agency watches those suspected of having been radicalized, asks public's assistance.

Food Bank Sees Higher Demand in December

Schools that typically feed children are closed, heating costs rise

Attorney General: ACC Chair Correct to Resign

Mark Brnovich says case against her should be dropped.

To Save Money, Tucson to Send Inmates to Santa Cruz County

Thousands of dollars in savings per inmate; contract begins Jan. 1.

Arizona Corporation Commission

State Corporation Commission Chair Bitter Smith Resigns

Attorney general raised concern about her connections to cable companies.

10/15/12. Rebecca Brukman.
Gas pump at Valero Gas Station.

Pima County Wants Increased Gasoline Tax for Road Work

Getting more revenue for maintenance is legislative priority for the county.

The three phases of the Sonoran Corridor project to link Interstates 10 and 19.

First Phase of Interstate Connection Project Completed

Pima County celebrates new Aerospace Parkway, part of Sonoran Corridor.

MQ-1 Predator Drone assigned to Arizona Air National Guard's 214th Reconnaissance group at Davis-Monathan AFB, Tucson.

Air Force May Assign Drones, More Airmen to Davis-Monthan

Military expanding its unmanned aircraft programs with eye on Tucson, other sites.

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Initiative Proposed to Change Tucson Elections to Ward Only

Amid legal challenge to city election system, one group wants voters to change it.

High Court Hears Another Arizona Redistricting Case

State's legislative districts challenged over population differences.

Tucson City Hall

New Tucson City Council Term Begins With Budget Cuts

City manager institutes hiring freeze; mayor backs him, calls for additional revenue sources.

Republican Tucson City Council candidates Bill Hunt, left, Margaret Burkholder, center, and Kelly Lawton, right.

Republicans' Challenge to Tucson Election Dismissed

Judge says it was filed too late and that city relied on election law in place at the time.

Tucson Mayor, Council Members Swearing In Monday

Three council members and mayor begin new terms as city fights election lawsuit

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