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Pima County Considers Traffic Camera Changes

Board to choose whether to turn them off, keep them on, or change how traffic cameras work.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

Formal Objections Begin for Rosemont Copper Project

Groups who participated in public comment can now file complaints on plan for the next 45 days.

Millions Needed to Complete School Data System

Superintendent Huppenthal asks Legislature for $16.5M to track test scores, other performance issues.

Lawmaker: Shift Early Childhood Money to CPS

Pressing need makes move necessary, he argues; voter approval in November ballot measure proposed.

Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Marijuana Legalization Effort Falling Short

Less than 4% of needed signatures collected so far; aim is to put measure on November election ballot.

The greenhouse at Manzo Elementary serves as an invaluable tool to teach students about the importance of math, science, agriculture, and sustainability.

Local Kids Benefit from Nationally Recognized Ecology Program

Manzo Elementary School's sustainable infrastructure, projects also yield academic results in math, science.

Bill Meyer, M.D., clinical associate professor, University of Arizona Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, discusses how his work in Uganda and elsewhere has helped hundreds of ostracized women regain their health while also getting their lives back.

Tucson Surgeon Helping African Women with Post Birth Injuries

Fistulas are holes in the bladder that result from long deliveries, lack of medical attention; oftentimes smell causes these women to be ostracized.

Tucsonan Lopez Resigns AZ Senate Seat

Replacement process to begin mid-January; fellow Democrat must be named by Board of Supervisors.

Convicted Ex-Congressman Prison Term Delayed

One week delay in start of 3-year sentence, allowing more time for appeal on corruption, money laundering.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

Three Kings Holiday Could Bring Increase of Mexican Shoppers

'Holiday shopping season definitely extended' because of Jan. 6 celebration south of border, tourism specialist says.

Goddard to Seek AZ Secretary of State's Office

Former Phoenix mayor, state attorney general says he 'can't stay on sidelines,' will announce mid-January.

AZ Immigrant Deportations Lower in 2013

Federal agency sends 35,000 back to their homelands, 12% decline from previous year, newspaper reports.

Camera to catch red light runners in Tucson flashes to illuminate the intersection .

Proposal to Ban Traffic Cameras Gets New Try in Tucson

Former legislator Kromko says his 'Traffic Justice' group has gathered nearly 3,700 signatures, needs 12,700.

Federal Endangered Species Act Turning 40 Years Old

Law has helped Mexican gray wolf, bald eagle, six other animals native to Arizona avoid extinction.

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Venture Capital, Research Funding at Top of Tech Biz Wish List

Technology companies requesting action from state Legislature on business-expansion assistance.


CPS Caseload Referrals Approach Halfway Mark

3,100 of 6,500 uninvestigated reports of child abuse, neglect now assigned to agency for followup work.

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