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A group of about 100 people protest enforcement of SB 1070 outside of Tucson Police Department in downtown Tucson.

Tucson Council OKs SB 1070 Enforcement Changes

Unanimous vote directs police ' to protect overall safety of all members of community' rather than immigration status.

Old Main on the campus of The University of Arizona

State Universities Lost $500M During Recession, Official Says

AZ Board of Regents President Eileen Klein discusses issue at Phoenix meeting, tells audience she wants state lawmakers to help make up for losses.

33,000 Arizonans Applied So Far for Fed Health Exchange

US Dep. of Health says between Oct. 1, Nov. 2 about 17,000 people applied for plan, also sought coverage for families, totaling to 33,000 residents.

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AZ Continues Showing Foreclosure Declines

Data company reports 2,700 filings in October, 59.9% decline in one year; Pima County's rate falls nearly 77%.

Four Arrested for Protesting Horne's College Tuition Suit

AZ Attorney General Tom Horne proceeding lawsuit to stop Maricopa college district from granting in-state tuition to certain young immigrants.

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Local Experts Discuss Sun Corridor's Economic Growth

Southern Arizona organizations hope to capitalize on quality of life in region by transforming it into a global economic powerhouse.

McCain Co-Introduces Bill to Reform Border Patrol Pay System

AZ Republican cosponsored bipartisan legislation, aiming to save US up to $1B in over the next 10 years.

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Firearm Related Child Fatalities Rising, Report Says

Annual Child Fatality Review Report found that in 2012, there were 32 firearm-related deaths, compared to 23 in 2011.

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Corporation Commission to Hear Solar Case Weds

State largest utility wants Arizona Corporation Commission to cut payments for excess power generated by rooftop solar panels.

Dozens gather to hear proposed list of cuts at Sunnyside School District's headquarters

Sunnyside Begins Budget Cut Process After Override Fails

Two schools could be closing, dozens of jobs cut; district voters rejected budget increase proposal on Election Day.

Alec Ring participates in TROT, a program using horse back riding to help with physical disabilities and mental and emotional challenges.

Horseback Riding as Therapy for Special Needs

Since 1974, TROT has used method for children, adults who are challenged with everything from blindness, PTSD and autism.

Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

Pima County Wants to Fix Road Funding Shortage

Part of solution is to ask AZ Legislature to increase state fuel tax by 10 cents, press release says.

The community meets at a Sunnyside board meeting, dozens asked board members to put their differences aside and focus on the students.

Sunnyside's Recall Campaign Dividing South Side Community

Four out of five school board members facing possible recall; only board member not facing recall is Eva Carrillo Dong, who is up for re-election in 2014.

Navajo Nation Considers Junk Food Tax

Bill's sponsor says it's one way to fight the diabetes and obesity epidemic on the reservation.

EPA Holding Forums on Changes to Navajo Generating Station

Tucson meeting will take place Friday night; operators of coal power plant proposing reductions in nitrogen oxide output, pollutants.

Melinda Connor, energy healing practitioner, discusses energy healing.

Tucson Host to Science of Energy Healing Conference

Science, Spirit and Health Symposium wrapped up this weekend; brought together authors, scholars, practitioners.

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