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As the state's financial crisis forces state parks to close, small-town Florence, Arizona, is trying to keep its local state park open.

Ballot Measure Sought on AZ State Parks Funding

Initiative seeks to protect funding from state budget transfers

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AZ 2-Year Forecast Projects More Jobs

Economists say state on pace to add 50,000 nonfarm jobs annually

TUSD’s superintendent John Pedicone, with board members Adelita Grijalva, Michael Hicks, Mark Stegeman, Alexandre Sugiyama and Miguel Cuevas

TUSD Faces Federal Discrimination Probe

Office of Civil Rights looks into claim they couldn't take part in board meetings

Students hard at work in a Tucson Unified School District classroom.

AZ Week: Education Funding Debated

GOP legislators say $177M added; others say it's not enough

El Rio Community Health Center

El Rio Health Center Wins $5.5M Grant

Affordable Care Act money will build new main clinic on West Congress


Several people discuss efforts to reform the state employee hiring and firing system while having opposing beliefs.
Jimmy Chavez - President, Arizona Highway Patrol Association 
Sheri Van Horsen - President, Local 3111, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 
Mark Flatten - Investigative Journalist, Goldwater Institute 
Nick Dranias - Director, Center for Constitutional Government, Goldwater Institute

Legislature Adjourns 2012 Regular Session

After 116 days, $8.6B budget, lawmaking ends in a flurry of bills

Bill Moyers interviews author Luis Urrea on *Moyers & Company*

Friday: Bill Moyers and Author Luis Urrea

Read Fronteras Desk reporter Michel Marisco's essay on his Urrea encounter

Jane Prescott Smith the managing director of National Institute for Civil Discourse talks about Arizona Town Hall Civility.

Arizona Town Hall Calls for Civic Engagement

Twice-yearly town hall focuses on involving young people, promoting civil discourse

Eric Harris a volunteer for National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southeastern Arizona speaks about the upcoming walk event.

Demand Increases for Mental Health Services in Sierra Vista

Local mental health non-profit holding a march to raise money, awareness

Seniors Supporting Jesse Kelly Say He'll Protect Health Care

Kelly says he supports maintaining benefits for seniors, doesn't offer ideas for younger generations

R. Pearce

AZ Senate Proposal to Reimburse Recalled Officials Dead

Legislation on paying back Russell Pearce's (left) campaign expenses lacks enough votes to pass

J.T. Ready, a white supremacist and Pinal County Sheriff candidate, is the suspected gunman in a murder-suicide in Gilbert, AZ.

AZ Murder-Suicide Shooter Was White Supremacist

Police say suspected gunman was Pinal County Sheriff candidate J.T. Ready

Lawyers Fighting Upcoming AZ Execution

Department of Corrections is violating its own protocol, they say

AZ House OKs Bill Barring Punitive Damages

Legislation prevents consumers from suing businesses if regulatory standards met

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

AZ GOP Lawmakers Want Redistricting Challenge

Republican leaders authorized to file legislation related to new maps

Mt. Lemmon Water

AZ House Passes State Sovereignty Proposal

Measure grants state control over natural resources

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