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Sherif Joe Arpaio's school safety posse trains in a school shooting practice scenario.

Maricopa Sheriff's Office Spends $200K For New Staff Training

County's board of supervisors approved constitutional law training; will also evaluate agency's internal policies, review civil rights concerns.

AZ Supreme Court: Legislators Must Fund Schools

Elimination of inflation-based budget increases called unconstitutional under state Voter Protection Act.

David Modeer, the general manager of the Central Arizona Project, talks about the impact of the federal clean air standards imposed on Arizona power plants and how the energy policy affects pumping water throughout Arizona on the CAP pump and canal system.

Energy Plan May Reduce Costs for CAP Water Delivery

Power plant near Page, AZ subject to clean air standards, group working to make those changes affordable, keep plant open.

University of Arizona president Ann Weaver Hart discusses some of the issues in Arizona's higher education system.

UA President Plans New Projects for 2013 Academic Year

Ann Weaver Hart starts second year; discusses 'Never Settle' plan, Old Main renovation, revenue ideas.

Possible MX Border Sales Tax Hike May Bring More Shoppers to US

Proposed increase from 11% to 16% in northern, southern Mexican border cities; Tucson's, other border cities 8% rate could attract more tourism to shop.

Price Range for Obamacare Health Insurance in AZ Released

Overall cheapest 'bronze' plan costs $214 a month, while 'silver' plans will be between $252 and $248.

John Huppenthal, state superintendent of public instruction, is running for re-election this November.

State Schools Chief Offers Assistance to Sunnyside

Top education official says he can mediate contentious district issues to enable education focus.

Four AZ Schools Receive National Blue Ribbon Award

Sabino High School only public school given such prestigious recognition from the US Department of Education.

Despite Wet Monsoon, AZ Still in Its 20-Year Drought

Latest data from US Drought Monitor shows parts of northern state are no longer under drought watch, state overall is.

An earth fissure. Fissures in the earth surface, caused by record lowering of the acquifer, and the earth above cracking open.

New Site Shows Statewide, Local Maps of Natural Hazards

Site is a compilation of data on earthquakes, faults, earth fissures and wildfires in AZ, resources on how to prepare for these.

Six-Figure Bonuses in Works for University Presidents

UA's Hart, ASU's Crow in line for $40K this year, $40K next, up to $180K in 2015 based on performance.

State Rep. Doris Goodale Suffers Stroke

Third-term Republican from Kingman hospitalized in critical condition; family friend says prognosis is good.

Report: Illegal Immigration May Be Rising Again

Decline began in 2007 with recession, tougher enforcement; new numbers show uptick since recession ended.

David Gebert, a member of the Tucson Electric Vehicle Association, discusses their upcoming Tucson Plug-Ins event.

Electric Car Enthusiasts Raise Awareness at Annual Event

TEVA2, other electric vehicle groups hope to spread message about benefits of such modes of transportation.

View of Tucson, March 6, 2012

Community Dialogue Digs into Mental Health Issues

Event aims to bring Tucsonans together to explore how mental health affects Arizona communities.

UA Researcher Explores Link Between Exercise, Brain Evolution

Anthropologist co-authored a paper that looks into the development of human brains, effects of exercise.

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