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Republican state Rep. Adam Kwasman of Oro Valley.

Congressional Candidate Kwasman Announces He Has Cancer

CD 1 Republican hopeful says he hasn't presented symptoms, will not be dropping out of race.

GOP gubernatorial candidates (from left) Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Frank Riggs, Scott Smith and Andrew Thomas. Not attending: Doug Ducey.

When Undecided Voters Decide, Someone Wins

Crowded GOP gubernatorial race leaves many voters trying to select; winner could have small total, smaller margin.

This is just one of the many types of rattlesnakes in the desert wilderness of Arizona.

Rate of Rattlesnake Bites Peaks in August, September

Expanded population, warmer temperatures mean humans, reptile have more opportunities to meet.

Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

More Water Headed to Lake Mead

Surrounding towns depend on source for water supply amid more than a decade-long drought.

Foreclosures in Tucson Double from June to July

But even if that jump, analyst says no need for concern; figures still well below last year's.

Review: 2 Pima, Maricopa Judges Don't Meet Judicial Standards

Based on criteria such as communication, temperament, legal ability.

Glendale Council OKs Deal to Build Tohono O'odham Casino

4-3 vote comes after months of negotiation, years of litigation with city, tribe.

Tom Horne, Superintendent of Public Instruction Arizona

Maricopa County Attorney Can Investigate Horne, Judge Says

Attorney general had requested a separate agency to conduct it because he said he believes county's attorney's office is biased against him.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

CD2 Ads Focus on Military Issues

Two ads released this week take A-10 funding, Davis-Monthan, veterans to forefront.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Solar a Central Issue in Corporation Commission Republican Primary

2 commission seats up for grabs; four GOP candidates seek their party's nomination, face off two Democrats.

El Rio Community Health Center Opens in Mercado District

Remodeled facility still on West Congress Street; will be able to accommodate more patients.

Huppenthal: I Still Support Common Core

Arizona schools chief says he didn't "flip-flop" on his support during a recent debate.

A pair of 500-kilovolt transmission lines in Australia

Corporation Commission OKs Tucson Electric Power Sale

Local company will now be part of largest Canadian utility owner; purchase of UNS Energy cost $4.3B.

Tucson Wants to Redevelop Ronstadt Transit Center

Proposals due Aug. 28, must maintain transit, add other uses to 5-acre site.

Few understand the struggles that families and friends of victims face in the aftermath of homicide.

Appeals Court: Prison Officers Can't Read Inmate-Lawyer Mail

Ruling revives death-row inmate's lawsuit claiming his constitutional rights were violated when guards read a letter he had written to his lawyer.

Mesa Apple Factory Opening Soon

Arizona plant will be at full production capacity in early 2015, will employ about 700 people.

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