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Tucson Officials Want to Move Homeless from Downtown Camp

City, advocates say 'another vision' needed in services, circumstances for people living in park.

Legislative Budget Deal Would Cut $104M from Universities

Community colleges in Pima, Maricopa, Pinal counties would lose all state funding, $18M.

Tucson Charter Changes Sought for 'System That Works Better'

Ward-only elections, more power for mayor, clearer delineation of manager's authority proposed.

Tucson's Winter Second Warmest on Record

Last year was warmest on what has been 'pattern for many years now,' meteorologist says.

Attention Lead-Footed Drivers: 10 MPH Over Limit Gets $15 Fine

Arizona House OKs legislation reducing fines for some speeding tickets, keeping info from insurors.

TUSD Won't Lose Funding For Now, State Schools Chief Says

Douglas says she will continue working with Tucson schools to ensure ethnic studies align with state law.

McSally, 4 Arizona Democrats Favor Funding Homeland Security

4 of state's Republican congressmen say no to measure that assures operations through September.

Health Care Jobs to Grow, Construction Jobs Stay Stagnant

Tucson area will experience slow employment growth in next 2 years, but still lag rest of Arizona.

Poll: Arizonans Still See Illegal Immigration as Major Problem

Survey shows 9 in 10 see it as issue but want to treat undocumented immigrants humanely.

US Supreme Court Hears Arizona Congressional Redistricting

Analysis: Court seems to favor Legislature's role rather than Independent Refdistricting Commission's.

Auditor: State Schools Spend Less Per Student Than US Average

About 54% of Arizona funds go to instruction compared with 61% nationally, state report says.

McSally: A-10 Grounding Bad Sign for Davis-Monthan

Nine aircraft put on 'backup status' in Tucson means ground crews will move elsewhere, she says.

Air Force: 10% of D-M's A-10 Going Out of Service

Part of national reduction to meet budget obligations; move comes in face of congressional opposition.

ASU President: Ducey Puts 'Low Priority' on Higher Education

Michael Crow sends e-mail to students, aulmni; Regents president issues quick conciliatory message.

Sanchez: TUSD Meets Arizona Requirement on Ethnic Studies

District given until Wednesday to address state superintendent's concerns with some teaching approaches.

AZ WEEK: American Journalists Abroad Face Increasing Peril

Parents of slain freelancer James Foley, former hostage Terry Anderson discuss dangers.

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