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Grocery Prices Fall 4% in Second Quarter in Arizona

Cheaper prices in the dairy section lead the decrease, with eggs, some meat nlower, too.

State Starts Sending Prop 123 Money to Schools

$191 million from state Land Trust Fund, another $74 million from general fund.

Sheriff: Cartels Forcing Migrants to Traffic Drugs

Armed drug smugglers are using threats and intimidation against unwilling migrants.

Arizona Theatre Company Warns of Financial Crisis

Professional arts group says it must raise $2 million by Friday.

Supreme Court Abortion Ruling Doesn’t Affect Arizona, Yet

5-3 decision strikes down Texas anti-abortion law; Arizonans evaluating impact.

Arizona Students Improve Test Scores, But Most Still Fail

Statewide results of AzMerit released Monday; individual outcomes still to come.

Four Missing Family Members Hiking on Mt. Lemmon Located

Sheriff's spokeswoman says they appear safe; rescue workers trying to reach them.

Union Official: Tucson Border Patrol Polygraph Use Flawed

Union says recruits being subjected to 'judge, jury executioner' treatment.

When We Go Home, Power Use Goes Up

Air conditioning usage spikes when residential units are cranked up.

Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe

4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?

Four Rescued from Rain-Swollen Wash in Tucson; No One Injured

Monsoon under way; caution urged in traversing flooded roadways.

Proposition 123 Payments to Schools May Start This Week

First installment, at $260M, approved by voters in May special election.

'The Fight of Her Life:' Young Mom Takes on Chemotherapy

Update on story of Douglas mother of four undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

Tucson Optics Industry Brings Good Jobs, Needs Workers

Industry has shrunken in recent years; new companies want it to regain prominence.

The Owl & Panther Project Supports Tucson Refugees of Torture

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Arizona woman faces death on her own terms; Legal and emotional issues surrounding choosing to die.

Supreme Court Leaves Obama Immigration Policy Blocked

Range of Arizona reactions: President must 'enforce immigration laws;' 'heartbreaking news.'

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