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Students At Risk of Dropping Out Get Surprise Visits from Tucson Officials

Steps to Success Walk aims at getting teens back in the classroom

Ducey's Budget Out Friday; Will It Fix State Finances?

Arizona faces $1B deficit in next fiscal year, and balancing spending package won't come easy.

Civics Test Mandated to Graduate HS in Arizona

Legislature sends bill to Gov. Ducey, he signs, pleaseas first lawmaking in 2015 session.

Davis-Monthan's A-10 on Chopping Block Again

Pentagon readying budget that includes retiring Davis-Monthan's primary aicraft.

Girl Scout Cookie Season Gets Under Way

Sales force 5,000 strong ready to fan out in Tucson, Southern Arizona Starting Saturday morning.

A War On Grass

Residents in southern Arizona are fighting an invasive, resilient species that threatens the Sonoran Desert way of life.

Judge Backs Off Ordering Talks in State-Schools Payment Case

$331M already ordered to be paid; Legislature appealing, while schools want money now.

Analyzing State Scrutiny of TUSD Ethnic Studies

Review of what state said, what's next in case in which school district could lose 10% of funding.

McSally Votes for 'Dreamers,' Against Other Obama Action

Republican defies party to keep immigration executive order funding in place for young adults.

Preseason Baseball Returning to Tucson, from Mexico

Top league from south of border will bring four teams to Kino Sports Complex in March.

UA Gets Another $20M Gift, This Time for Music School

Couple contribute in honor of Fred Fox, music teacher and French horn player.

Rothschild: Happy with Ducey's Attention to Southern Arizona

Governor, mayor meet privately for half-hour; Ducey says he touts region as good for business.

Dread Driving Test? Take Classes Instead Under New State Rules

New state rules allow classes in lieu of written, road exams; aim is more professional instruction.

Congressman Salmon Introduces Term Limits Bill

Says he wants amendment for two six-year terms for US senators, three two-year terms for US House members.

Democratic Response to Ducey: Where's Real Reform?

Minority legislative leader says he is 'championing same failed policies that stunted economic recovery.'

Tucson Streetcar Ridership Down in November, December

Holidays, weather reduced number of people riding rails between downtown, UA.

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