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Regents to Set University Tuition Rates Monday
Cost of studies for in-state freshmen could rise above $11,000 for the first time
Former News Correspondent Recalls Evacuation of Saigon
“Many of the Vietnamese that were left felt that we had betrayed them," Jim Laurie remembers
Municipal Leaders Express Doubt in County Bond Election
Prospective loan for $815 million would fund variety of community projects
Community Program Aims to Slow Progression of Dementia
'Elder Care' helps people with memory loss stay physically and mentally active.
Southern Arizona Fire Season Could Be Short But Severe
Spring storm systems are delaying start, but dry fuels are still abundant
METRO WEEK: How Will We Pay For Tomorrow's Road Work?
Long-term transportation planning requires attention to funding puzzle.
AZ WEEK: Ducey Defends Budget, Education Spending
In Tucson speech and interview, governor says state 'must stop spending money we don't have.'
Student-Run Startup Companies Compete for Cash
Eller College of Management student start-ups will be featured Friday
Pima County Taxes Should Go Up, Administrator Says
He blames state for passing costs to county; assessment could rise $27 on average house.
Students Rally in Support of In-State Tuition for ‘Dreamers’
Group says proposal to charge 150 percent of in-state tuition does not go far enough
How to Fix the Roads? Be Creative With Funding Sources
Arizona Town Hall meeting proposes a statewide commission to figure out how to pay for road work in the future
Sun Link Streetcar Anticipates Millionth Passenger Soon
Lucky rider be suprised with gifts when they board
40 Years Ago Thursday, Last Copter Left Vietnam; Now at Boneyard
As Saigon fell, one aircraft went back to rescue stranded Marines at embassy, nearby housing.
Ranking: UA Grads Have Best Economic Opportunities in the State
New rankings measure economic boost students get from their degrees
Arpaio Hearing Raises Ethical Questions
Maricopa County sheriff disclosed he knew of investigations with possible links to judge.
Tucson Electric Power Seeks Bids For Energy Storage Facility
Move is trial to see if the utility can further use renewable energy.
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