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Massive Voter Fraud in Arizona? No, Election Officials Say

State and county officials say there's no evidence to support persistent claims.

Fast and Bright Asteroid to Near Earth Next Week

The Tucson-discovered space rock will be studied by astronomers all over the world for its properties.

Pima Community College Raises Tuition 3.8%

$3 a credit hour increase in face of declining enrollment, no state funding.

Tucson Police, Fire 911 Dispatch to Be Merged

Combining operations expected to improve response times, save money.

IRS Still Needs Proof You Were Insured in 2016

Talk of repealing Affordable Care Act did not result in any change; proof of insurance is still necessary to avoid penalty.

Calendar Quirk Gives Taxpayers Extra Days to File

April 18 means three extra days for people to file, or procrastinate.

Support for Islamic Center 'Tremendous' Following Vandalism

More than $20,000 already raised to upgrade the center's security.

Tucson Students Headed to International Robotics Competition

Palo Verde High's 'Optimal Robotics' team won a regional challenge to advance.

Attorney General: 'We Will Detain All Adults Apprehended at Border'

Sessions visits Nogales, says, 'We will execute a strategy that once again secures our border.'

Why New UA President Is Million Dollar Man

'To attract type of talent needed' to run what is a $2.5 billion operation, regents' president says.

Hohokam Farm Found on Site of Future Phoenix Store

Archaeological work complete, Fry's will break ground on site this week.

Prices Up, Inventory Down for Tucson Real Estate Market

Median price hits nine-year high as the number of homes continues to drop.

Search On For Suspect in Mount Lemmon Fire

Molino Fire burned 50 acres before being subdued.

Taking the Bait: Scammers Go Phishing During Tax Season

Phishing and impersonation emails look to take advantage of tax document errors.

Winter Rains Diminish Desert Drought

Summer monsoon will determine if dry conditions return.

Lawmakers' Top Priority: Teacher Pay, But How Much?

Leaders of both parties want to spend more in classrooms than Gov. Ducey proposes.

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