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$1.26B Pima County Budget Gets Tentative OK; Taxes Rise

$18.47 a year property tax increase for median home will help pay for street work.

State Revenues Drop in April, But Analysts Say No Cause for Concern

Still plenty of money, and tax time explains volatility, they said.

Take a Dip: Tucson-Area Swim Pools Open for Summer

City has 11 already operating, another 9 next week; Pima County opens 9 Saturday.

UA Expands Global Footprint With Micro-Campuses

The university says it will be capable of educating more than 25,000 international students abroad.

Ducey Inks Bill Limiting City Tax Elections

The measure says sales tax increases can only go to a vote on even-numbered years.

As Stockpiles Dwindle, Freon Prices Rise

Supply and demand is the biggest factor, but the history of refrigerants shows other costs, and their future is unclear.

Tanque Verde Seniors Look Back as They Look Forward

Anisa Hermosillo and Chris Altizer talk about their experiences as graduation approaches.

Mount Lemmon SkyCenter Open House Saturday

Telescopes, exhibits and family activities show off science of the mountain.

Gov. Ducey Signs University Repairs Borrowing Plan

The borrowing package gives $27 million to state universities for campus repairs and maintenance.

9 Amphi Student Teams Headed to World Odyssey of the Mind

District builds teams from various education levels for the problem-solving competition.

Sales Tax Initiatives Ready for Tucsonans' Vote, Groups Say

Organizers say they have the signatures to send the tax questions to voters.

Tucson Wages Grow Slower Than Phoenix, State

Wages up by less than 2 percent; Arizona average is 5.5 percent.

Freshman Legislators Look Back on Their First Session

Two Tucson-area representatives reflect on their first year in the Legislature.

Oro Valley Student Wins Big at International Science Fair

Medical research earns a trip to Nobel Prize ceremonies.

Episode 138: Sales Tax Passes - Tucson's Plans to Spend on Roads, Safety

Plus: decriminalizing mental illness, the end of the Legislative session and the state of the city budget.

Episode 316: The Shape of Health Care in Arizona

A new health plan working through Congress, we ask what's next for coverage in the Grand Canyon State?

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