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Activists take a photo after judge dismisses five of seven charges against them regarding 2013 protest.

Judge Drops Most Charges in Trial of Immigration Activists

Twelve protesters still facing charges for obstruction of a highway and public nuisance.

Arizona budget puzzle

Economist: States Should Stop Shorting Entitlements

Pensions and medical funding among top concerns

Tucson Deputy City Manager Gottschalk Departs

Taking job in Dallas; as city CFO, she steered budget through post-recession difficulties.

In an effort to bridge the budget gap the state legislature has placed an initiative on the November ballot, one that would divert money voters approved to fund early childhood education.

Reports of Child Abuse, Neglect on the Rise in Arizona

Reports have exceeded the national average since 2011.

The monsoon made a big impact this week, and the wet weather was a welcome reprieve from our areas ongoing drought conditions.

Arizona Drought Conditions Decline, But Water Issues Remain

Most of state still in moderate to severe categories drought; small Rockies snow pack remains chief worry.

Controlled Burn for Sweetwater Wetlands Set Tuesday

Exercise provides firefighting practice and helps mosquito abatement program

Trial Begins for Immigration Activists Who Stopped Buses

Charges are misdemeanors, including disorderly conduct, obstructing governmental operations.

Clothing, wood scraps and blankets are pictured in a City of Tucson dumpster on Friday, March 13, 2015. The trash was from the deconstruction of the Safe Park protest in downtown Tucson.

'Safe Park' Homeless Shelters Cleared From Downtown Tucson

Judge's admonition led city officials to order tents, 'dream pods' removed; many residents move on.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Tucson's Housing Market Rebounds in February

Number of homes sold jumps after slow January; more improvement expected this month.

The entrance to the Pima County Juvenile Courts.

Pima County Hopes Changes to Family Drug Court Will Reunite More Families

Partnership with Department of Child Safety could break down bureaucratic obstacles.

Corky Poster discusses the current renovation project of the Old Main building at the University of Arizona.

UA Officials Ask for Ideas to Cope with Budget Cuts

Provost said the cuts will have damaging effects.

Queen of the Night by JA Jance

AZ WEEK: Tucson Festival of Books Grows, Promotes Literacy

Celebration of literature in its seventh year, features nationally knownn authors, including home-grown.

Border Patrol Works to Put on Humanitarian Face

Agents holdings regular meetings with immigrants with goal of reducing crossings, deaths in desert.

Michael Ortega, named as Tucson city manager Friday, March 13, 2015.

Tucson Hires Michael Ortega as City Manager

Former Douglas city manager, Cochise County administrator, UA graduate will start in June.

Not Too Old to Learn

Imagine learning to read and write after more than fifty years of keeping your illiteracy a secret. Uwe Keilitz shares how he became a reader and teacher after turning his life around.

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Board of Governors Gives Green Light for Tuition Increase

Board approves $5 per credit hour more for in-state students in next academic year.

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