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Tucson Election Dates Challenged in Appeals Court

City won local court case allowing odd-year elections, state challenging the decision.

Next Generation of Wireless Communication in the Works

UA researchers received $5.5M to create 5G wireless data service; one of the goals is to ease clog of growing amount of data.

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Climate Change May Affect West Nile Mosquitoes, Study Says

UA researchers used computer models to predict impacts of weather changes on mosquito populations.

Lawsuit: AZ Medicaid Expansion Unconstitutional

Goldwater Institute files on behalf of 36 Republican state lawmakers, says tax to fund expansion violates AZ Constitution.

Sedona Authorizes Same Sex Civil Unions Ordinance

City mayor says approval hopefully sends a message that 'love is love regardless;' vote expected Sept. 24.

First Woman in AZ Fed Judicial Post Steps Down

Judge Silver assumed position after Chief Judge John Roll was killed in Jan. 8 Tucson shooting.

Corporation Commission Drops Power Deregulation

Constitutional questions cited in 4-1 vote ending effort that was opposed by utilities, consumer groups.

Fresh fruit sits on the loading dock of Mariposa Port, ready for inspection.

Upgrades at Mariposa Port Expected to Boost Nogales

Mayor, produce industry say renovations at commercial entry from Mexico will speed traffic, add jobs.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Foreclosure Situation in AZ Continues Improving

State drops again in national rankings, to 13th, down 62.4% in one year; Phoenix, Tucson show big declines.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild (D) discusses how his 360 plan is going.

Rothschild: Stronger Economic Ties Between AZ, Sonora a Must

Tucson mayor says he's working to strengthen relationships with Mexican business, governmental officials.

Effort to Defeat Medicaid Expansion Fails

Committee falls 5,000 signatures short of minimum needed for issue to go on next year's ballot.

Gray Wolves May Be Removed from Endangered Species List

However, US Fish and Wildlife says Mexican gray wolves would probably remain under fed protection.

A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle on the American side of the border fence in Nogales, Ariz.

Grijalva Invites Congressional Border Caucus to Nogales

Ad hoc hearing on humanitarian, economic issues; tour of port of entry on agenda for Friday gathering.

Flags at Half-Staff in AZ, in Honor of Fallen at 9/11

Services, remembrances under way in state, nation 12 years after terrorist attacks in NYC, DC, Pennsylvania.

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan painting with Simone Ufondu, 11, at Dodge Middle School.

US Secretary of Education Visits Tucson Schools

Arne Duncan tours bus depot and high-tech classroom as part of four-state bus journey through Southwest.

Senator John McCain holds a town hall discussion in Southern Arizona to talk about comprehensive immigration reform.

US Senators Talk Immigration, Guns, Budget in Appearances

Flake, McCain hosted separate Tucson town halls in Aug where both expressed their stand on major national issues.

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