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TUSD Plans 'Instructional Closure' if Teachers Strike

Trujillo says buses would run, meals would be served.

Feud Erupts Between Central Arizona Project, US States Over Colorado River

The states are accusing CAP of manipulating supply and demand of the water.

Tucson Real Estate Figures Show Springtime Momentum

Numbers indicate strong seller's market continuing into summer

Gov. Ducey to Tour US-Mexico Border With Homeland Secretary

They plan to hold an afternoon press briefing on the deployment of the National Guard at the border.

Governor's Office Gives Rosy Budget Forecast

Revenue growth is higher than originally expected.

Supervisors Approve Turning Green Valley Golf Course Into Park

130 acres will be donated to the county, which will spend $90,000 rehabilitating the golf course

Tucson City Council Approves 14-Story Building on 4th Ave

The project will demolish Maloney's Tavern adding housing units and retail businesses.

UA Law School Admissions Change Gains Traction Nationwide

The Bar Association is considering loosening testing requirements after UA used GRE scores to find students.

Bat Key to Tequila Trade Gets Off US Endangered Species List

The announcement was good news to both wildlife conservationists and drinkers of tequila, as the bats are important pollinators of agave.

SCOTUS Rejects Part of Law That Could Accelerate Some Deportations

Court said the law was vague about how to define violent crimes.

Ducey Appoints Outgoing Regents President as State Treasurer

Eileen Klein said she does not intend to run for a full term in the fall.

Ed Department Designates UA as Hispanic-Serving Institution

Federal agencies have extra funding earmarked for schools with the status.

Former Rep Don Shooter, Expelled for Harassment, Files $1.3M Claim

The claim says Shooter, who was expelled for sexual misconduct, was targeted by the governor's office over attempts to expose fraud.

Jury Deliberates Fate of Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder

The judge tells jurors they may consider lesser charges than 2nd-degree murder.

Education Groups Still Considering Walkout

As governor proposes teacher raises, educators point to other funding demands.

Saguaro National Park To Raise Entrance Fees

All rates go up $5 on January 1st.

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