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Prescott Prepares for Anniversary of 19 Hotshots Deaths

Firefighters were killed in the Yarnell Hill fire June 2013; city plans events with churches, private organizations to honor them.

Unemployment Rate in AZ Down for Third Consecutive Month

Dept. of Administration reports that the state's seasonally adjusted figure for Feb. was 7.3%; down from 7.5% reported in Jan.

Legislature is in a special session on the budger

Tobin Wants Budget Vote, Despite Opposition from Fellow House GOP

AZ House Speaker Andy Tobin asks for final decision; a group of Republicans don't agree as they want more child welfare, education money in spending plan.

TUSD children in classroom.

AZ House Committee OKs School Voucher Program Bill

Proponents say legislation would make it easier for parents of special needs students to access additional funding.

Students from Challenger Middle School practice before going to DC for a national civics competition.

Tucson Students Representing AZ in National Civics Competition

Middle Schoolers from Sunnyside are only Arizona middle school team in the We The People National Competition.

AZ Home Sales to Cash Buyers Among Highest in US

New data from RealtyTrac show nearly half of all sales in Arizona are being paid in cash; due to recent increase in interest rates report says.

We follow professional bull rider Steve Woolsey's on his quest for the golden buckle.

Rodeo Veteran Chases Bull Riding Gold Buckle

Utah native Steve Woolsey participated in Tucson's 2014 La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros in February.

We speak with student entrepreneurs Alex von Duuren and Shauna Williams from the University of Arizona McGuire Entrepreneurship Program.

UA Student Entrepreneurs Show Off Inventions

Graduates, undergraduates in the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship spend an academic year conceiving and creating them; now testing public interest.

Suspended Surgeon Files a $18.96M Claim Against UA

Dr. Gruessner was put on administrative leave with pay last Sept. for allegedly altering transplant records; he denies accusations.

Fed Judge Unsure of Evidence for New Abortion Restrictions

He hear arguments Weds. in Tucson on request by AZ Planned Parenthood to temporarily block these regulations, which are set to start Tues.

AZ Switching Execution Drug, Will Now Use Combo of 2

State no longer able to obtain previous one used for executions in Florence state prison.

Grijalva Speaks Against New Mining Resolution

It loosens restriction on mountaintop mining companies, allowing them to fill mountain valleys that act as waterways; passed U.S. House 229-192.

ABOR Hears Public Input for University Tuition Proposals

UA President Ann Weaver Hart asked ABOR to approve a tuition increase of 2 percent for in-state students, and raise out-of-state tuition by 5 percent; final decision April 3.

First Compassion Training in Southwest, Links to Health Found

Cognitively-based compassion training is a secular technique that draws from lojong, a mind training practice in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism.

Center Responds to Possible Worsening of Global Warming

A U.N. weather agency says there may be irreversible damage to the planet; a new Tucson center drafting plans for how people could survive.

AZ Senate Committee OKs Virtual Fence Along Border

An amendment to House bill would allow Arizona to place high-tech radar and video sensors on 300 towers along 375 miles.

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