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Final Ballot Count Due Monday in Pima County Election

Elections director blames slow ballot tally blamed on software, provisional ballots.

Tucson Stops Citing Red-Light Runners after Ban Passes

City had said it would wait for election certification in two weeks, but citations stop now.

Pima County Still Counting Votes with 10,000 Remaining

Additional ballots unlikely to change Tuesday results, with most races settled.

Decisiveness Prevails: Most Election Outcomes Not Close

Pima County voters reject debt and taxes; Tucson, Oro Valley voters like incumbents.

Low Voter Turnout Expected for Pima County Election Tuesday

County's $816M borrowing package, Tucson's 3 council members, Oro Valley recall.

10/17/12. Rebecca Brukman. 
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Tucson Red-Light Cameras Will Remain in Place for 2 Weeks

Ban favored by 65% of voters, takes effect when election is certified Nov. 17.

TPD is providing a near-real-time crime statistic mapping service on it's website. The website provides users up-to-date information on crime throughout the city.

Could the Next Tucson Police Chief Come From Out of State?

Recommended candidate is the police chief in Richmond, Calif.

AZ Week: One Step Closer to Education Funding Boost

Gov. Ducey signs $3.5 billion plan, but money won't flow to schools yet.

Election Day in Pima County: Where to Take Your Ballot

For vote to count, officials must receive it by 7 p.m. Tuesday

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

Legislature Passes, Governor Signs $3.5B Plan for Schools

Special session ends; voters must decide on changes to Land Trust Fund payout.

State Sen. Steve Farley, left, and Gov. Doug Ducey Thursday, Oct. 29, in Farley's Senate office.

House OKs School Funding Bills; Senate Votes Friday

Republicans stop changes to $3.5B, 10-year package; Ducey visits lawmakers' offices.

Special Legislative Session on Education Funding Under Way

$249M more for schools immediately in proposal to settle lawsuit.

Questions Arise About Education Funding Plan

Proposal would settle long-standing lawsuit, with legislative approval.

State Caps Enrollment For Medicare+Medicaid Recipients

No new recipients to be added to the dual insurance coverage program

IRS: Start Working on 2015 Tax Information Now

Government's tax agency recommends checking on taxes now to avoid bad news in April

Bill to Stop Tohono O'odham's Glendale Casino Delayed

Attempted quick vote to keep tribe from opening facility is put off.

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