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METRO WEEK: State Budget May Cost Pima County $10M

Ducey budget proposal impacts counties, cities to balance state budget

Tucson Elections Will Be Vote-By-Mail Again

Council votes to continue last election cycle practice

Tax Bracket Changes Proposed

State bill to adjust tax brackets for inflation clears first legislative hurdle

Broadway Village Turns 76, Continues to Evolve

Joesler's only shopping center in Tucson thought to be the oldest in the state

Tucson City Council Discusses Proposal to Develop Empty Schools

Plan Would Offer Incentives to Developers of Closed Schools

Arizonans Sponsor House and Senate Border Security Bills

Two Republicans are backing bills in Congress aimed at beefing up border security

Schools Superintendent: State of Education in Arizona is 'Poor'

Diane Douglas, in office two weeks, assesses state's status, says children not being served adequately.

Tucson-Area Representatives React to State of the Union

Party-line responses from two members of Arizona’s Congressional delegation

9th Circuit Appeals Court to Hear Cases in Tucson

Parties in Arizona and Nevada cases to argue at law school

Tucson Residents Recall Recent Visit to Cuba

Island nation, now opening more to Americans' visits, is worthwhile, educational destination, they say.

Overview of Ducey's Budget: Tapping into 'Rainy Day' Fund

Governor proposes taking $125 million from state savings to cover current fiscal year's deficit.

Hospitals, Community Organizations Partner to Get Tucsonans Insured

Partners hosting enrollment events, running ad campaigns for Affordable Care Act Signups.

Report: Arizona's Economy Dependent on Colorado River

Most of state's $261B GDP would go away without the river's water, ASU economists say.

Ducey Would Cut $75 Million from State Universities

Overall budget 2% lower, or $210 million, with aim to erase projected $1 billion deficit in fiscal 2015-16.

Medical Marijuana Sales Up Sharply in 2014

85 Arizona dispensaries sold 10 tons to 55,000 patients, Department of Health Services reports.

Students At Risk of Dropping Out Get Surprise Visits from Tucson Officials

Steps to Success Walk aims at getting teens back in the classroom

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