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Prop 123: When Will School Funding Vote Count End?

In race that's too close to call, some feel anxiety, while others are optimistic.

Marana, Oro Valley Lead Pima County Population Growth

More than half of all new residents to Tucson area live in northwest side towns.

Nogales High School Mariachis Awarded $40,000 Grant

Teens win most competitions they enter, making them among best groups in country.

Port's New Rail 'Off Ramp' Could Be Boost For Tucson's Logistics

Addition at Port of Tucson allows easy access to Union Pacific mainline.

Pima County Bans Hand-Held Phone Use When Driving

No texting, either, at risk of $100 fine, $250 if involved in collision.

Tucson Water, Trash Rates Going Up, City Council Decides

City Council adopts water rate increase that takes median residential bill to $32.35.

Spacecraft for UA Asteroid Mission Heads to Florida Friday

Preparation begins for launch Sept. 8 on seven-year-long mission.

Prop 123 School Funding Vote Too Close to Call; 0.9% Margin

Ballot counting resumes Wednesday, with thousands of votes still to be tallied.

Mosquito Season Brings Worry of West Nile More Than Zika

Health officials say West Nile Virus is a danger in Arizona; 7 deaths last year.

Arizona Ports of Entry Handle $31B in 2015, UA Study Says

10% increase in two years result of every state in US importing, exporting through state.

Find Your Polling Place

124 voting locations open until 7 pm, including for dropoff of early ballots.

University of Arizona To Boost Pay for Faculty, Staff

Salaries will go up in September in first across-the-board raises in three years.

Environmental Impact of Border Barriers in the Past Decade

Sierra Club publishes "11 Years of Lawlessness"

Pima County Uninsured Rate Dropped in 2014

Census Bureau reports percentage of uninsured working-age people lowest since 2006.

Prediction: Most Pima Voters Won’t Cast Ballots Tomorrow

Election officials expect fewer than half of voters to show up for special election.

Regional Road Plan At 10 Years, A Smoother Ride?

Plus, what's next for road repair in the Tucson metro area?

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