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Tucson Housing Market Inventory Up, But Still Low
The number of homes for sale in Tucson is increasing, but is still lower than is healthy.
Gauging Future of Arizona-Mexico Trade under Trump
Talk of renegotiating NAFTA could affect trade, tourism for communities near border.
Visit Camp Bravo, a Base for Homeless Vets in Tucson
Also on Arizona Spotlight: a rundown of important results from state elections; and "Feeding Our Future" visits Tucson barrios where positive change is growing.
PACC Offers Free Off-Site Pet Adoptions On Saturday
These animals have not been exposed to an outbreak of illnesses at the main shelter.
UA Immigrant Dreamer: 'I Am Back to a State of Uncertainty'
President-elect vowed to reverse Obama action temporarily blocking deportation.
Pet Adopting, Intake Stopped Due to Disease Outbreak
A dozen dogs have been diagnosed with distemper and Strep zoo at Pima center.
Democrat Williams, a Teacher, Wins Pima Schools Chief Job
In TUSD, two incumbents retain seats, third is ousted by newcomer.
Napier Wins Pima County Sheriff's Race, Ousting Nanos
Indictment of Nanos' second-in-command one month before election hurt him.
Trump, McCain, McSally Keep Arizona a Red State
Democrats manage to hold 4 congressional seats in an otherwise Republican rout.
Arizona Polls are Open; Here's What to Do if You Want to Vote
Polls open until 7 pm; don't mail early ballots, but turn them in at any polling place.
Dustin Williams Poised to be Pima County Superintendent
Leads opponent Margaret Burkholder by more than 15,000 votes.
Water May Flow Regularly in Santa Cruz River Within 2 Years
Tucson Water project will use reclaimed water to restore a portion of the river's flow.
Tucson Housing Prices Grow Faster Than US Average
Tucson home prices grew by 5.3 percent in the past year, realtors association data show.
Republican Napier Ousts Nanos in Pima Sheriff's Race
Indictment of Nanos' chief deputy one month before election may have led to his demise.
Night of the Living Fest is Finding its Groove
The independent festival has overcome some growing pains to enter its fourth year.
Three Early Voting Sites Open in Tucson Saturday and Monday
It's too late to mail in ballots - but you can drop them off at early polling places or on Election Day.
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