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Researchers Are Studying Economic Impact of the 4th Avenue Street Fair

Tucson event is held twice a year, attracting tens of thousands of people from all over.

El Conquistador Deal Being Finalized

Pending deal between two different buyers that will split up the recently troubled resort and golf course.

Barber, McSally Recount Nearly Done; Final Results Not Known Until Judge Certifies

Outcome in CD2 race will not be known until next week.

Why Are So Many University of Arizona Fraternities in Trouble?

Just this year, one lost its recognition and another was temporarily suspended after brothers assault members of Jewish frat.

Still Facing Recount, McSally is Appointed to House Armed Forces Committee

Republican is a retired Air Force colonel; CD2 is home to two military bases.

Pima Community College Holds Forums on Vacant Administrative Positions

College expects to fill vacancies in the coming weeks

Tucson Family 'Relieved' to Benefit From Obama’s Immigration Executive Action

Teenage son is “happy my parents can stay and have relief so they’re not always worried."

Parts of Pima County Under Citrus Quarantine

Presence of an insect that can carry disease found in region.

Appeals Court Not Delaying Issuing Driver's Licenses to 'Dreamers'

Gov. Jan Brewer takes fight to US Supreme Court.

McCain: CIA Torture Report 'Stained Our National Honor'

Arizona senator points to his own experience as a prisoner of war during the Vietnam War.

Rising Tensions Between UA, Its Neighbors Voiced at Public Forum

Officials from the city, university and local residents air concerns.

How Safe is Your Data on Wireless Networks?

UA researchers given grant to study widespread problems of Wi-Fi security.

Pima County May Stop Hiring Smokers

Board of Supervisors voting on issue later this month; health officials argue this could save money on healthcare costs.

Voters May Decide If Mayor, Council Members Should Get a Pay Raise

Commission made up of Tucson residents will look at issue and determine whether it will be on November ballot.

UA Police Department Wants Public Input on Its Policies, Practices

Every 3 years, the agency is evaluated by a national group that oversees law enforcement.

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