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Report: State Tax Revenues Run Below Budget in August

Off by 0.8 percent from soft sales tax, corporate income tax, legislative staff says.

Federal Grant to Help Get Mold Out of Tribal Housing

Tucson area's Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui to get funding.

NAU Gets $500K For Domestic Violence Work in Nogales

Grant seeks to increase services available to victims in rural communities

METRO WEEK: Will Voters Ban Traffic Cams, Change Charter?

Four ballot questions in the hands of voters this fall

Three proposed passenger rail alternative routes diverge near Eloy going north toward Phoenix metro area. The green route was eliminated from the final analysis.

Tucsonans Favor Passenger Train Service to Phoenix

Public meeting garners support for rail connection that would go up to 125 mph.

Republican Doug Ducey celebrating Arizona governor's race win at a gathering in Phoenix.

Ducey School Funding Plan: Ingenious or Ill-Advised?

Governor wants to pull more from State Land Trust; treasurer says it's not allowed.

Tucson Bus Strike Ends; Normal Service Resumes Thursday

Tentative pact reached at 1 a.m. Wednesday; union members vote to approve 2-year deal.

Tucson has a small, growing community of people who keep chickens and sell eggs, from backyard coops to schoolyard flocks that help children learn.

City Planning Commission to Talk Urban Agriculture

Planning Commission will discuss proposed changes to the city's zoning codes.

Access Tucson is housed temporarily in this building downtown.

Public Access TV Channel 20 Will Continue in Tucson

City awards contract to partnership of media operations to run Channels 12 and 20.

METRO WEEK: Elections: Ward 4 Candidates, Unopposed Mayor

Annexation, Sun Tran strike and other topics shape council elections

Proposed Tohono O'odham casino in Glendale.

Tohono O’Odham Nation Sues State to Open Casino

Tribe claims Ducey, others blocking certification of Glendale facility already being built.

Sun Tran Stops Hire of Temporary Bus Drivers

Management responds to City Council pressure to end strike

Cars drive through Tucson streets during rush hour.

Speeding on Ina Road? Digital Signs Will Tell You

Six signs will go along three-mile stretch of Ina Road, known for speed-related crashes.

Sun Tran workers on strike attended the Tucson City Council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2016.

Tucson City Council Urges Sun Tran To End 35-Day Bus Strike

6-1 vote includes asking management to use money saved by reduced operations to reach agreement.

Six Challengers File in Oro Valley Recall Election

All targeted officeholders draw at least one opponent; two challenging town's mayor.

Grijalva Wants Congressional Action on Education, Nutrition

Back in session after lengthy recess, lawmakers have long list of unfinished business.

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