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High Court Hears Another Arizona Redistricting Case

State's legislative districts challenged over population differences.

New Tucson City Council Term Begins With Budget Cuts

City manager institutes hiring freeze; mayor backs him, calls for additional revenue sources.

Wildfire Season Rages on at University Museum of Art

'Fires of Change' exhibit explores fire as necessary and rejuvenating force.

Republicans' Challenge to Tucson Election Dismissed

Judge says it was filed too late and that city relied on election law in place at the time.

Remembering USS Arizona and Pearl Harbor, 74 Years Later

A ceremony honors those who were lost, and survivors tell their stories.

UA Delegation in Paris Hopes for Global Climate Accord

Students, faculty hear world leaders trying to reach consensus.

Tucson Mayor, Council Members Swearing In Monday

Three council members and mayor begin new terms as city fights election lawsuit

METRO WEEK: Tucson Election System Unconstitutional

Analysis of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Decision

Arizona Again Among Tops in US for Rooftop Solar

New federal ranking puts it behind California and New Jersey.

UA Re-establishes Chief Diversity Officer Position

Amid campus unrest over diversity, officials decide to bring back role in expansive manner.

Half-Million Books Coming to Tucson for Low-Income Kids

DC-based nonprofit sending reading materials; distribution planned next week.

Building Arizona's Film Industry

Movie making is one cog in the economic engine, but could it turn into a big contributor?

Peanut Butter/Jelly Tamales? Yes, at Tucson Tamal Fest

11th annual food festival celebrates versatility of the Christmas-time favorite.

Tucson Forum to Advocate for Early Childhood Education

Children's Action Alliance meets with elected officials to discuss helping parents.

Amphi Schools Going Solar, Could Save Up to $23M

Agreement will allow system to buy 60 percent of its power generated on campuses.

Arizona Abandoned Mine Cleanup Could Cost Billions

Group opposing state takeover of federal lands says cleanup costs would shift to states.

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