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Debate Over Recreational Marijuana Comes to the Fore

Initiative aimed at legalization in Arizona proposed for November election ballot.

Legalized Marijuana, 2 Other Ballot Propositions Filed

Petitions turned in for higher minimum wage, limit on hospital executive compensation.

I-11 Impact Weighed as Environmental Studies Begin

Mexico-to-Canada route, running through Southern Arizona, has detractors.

TUSD Seeks to Lease or Sell Closed Schools

Nearly 20 shut down in last six years, with several still sitting unused.

UA Student Discovers Distant Planet in Three-Star System

Four times Jupiter's mass, celestial body can offer clues to planetary formation.

FBI: Arrested Tucsonan Called Himself 'American Jihadist'

18-year-old man being held in Phoenix on terrorism, conspiracy charges.

Better Health on Border Goal of Binational Effort

Healthy Border 20/20 plan brings medical professionals from both sides together.

Petition Calls for New Grand Canyon National Monument

Environmentalists and Native Americans deliver 500,000 signatures to White House.

Tucson Artificial Heart Maker SynCardia in Bankruptcy

Philadelphia private equity fim expected to take control of SynCardia within 45 days.

Pima County Budget OK'd, Including Tax Rate Reduction

Spending package totals $1.23 billion; primary tax rate falls 10 cents.

Can Pilot Program Shorten Commercial Lines at Border?

U.S. and Mexico customs inspectors will combine efforts to inspect trucks once instead of twice.

Report: Arizona Sales Taxes Rank 11th Highest in US

Combined state rate of 8.25% leaves state vulnerable to economic swings.

Freedom of Information Act Turns 50; Attacks Continue

UA researcher notes landmark statute disliked by public, private entities alike.

Will High-Tech Cameras Replace Humans in Mountain Lookouts?

'Old-school' Arizona forest managers resist changeover, preferring human touch.

20 Tucsonans Become Citizens on National Holiday

Saguaro National Park hosted its 7th annual, July 4th citizenship ceremony.

Tucson Samaritans Offer Food, Water to Migrants in Desert

Stories of people dying in the desert prompted effort to help.

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