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Corrections Budget Calls for 1,000 New State Prison Beds

Prison overcrowding is a topic of discussion with Senate Appropriations Committee members

New Corporation Commission Member, Chair Sworn In

Former Arizona House Speaker Andy Tobin now a part of the agency

Business Report: Tech Park's Billion-Dollar Impact

University program boosts local economy by giving companies a home.

Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

A-10 Retirement on Hold Until 2022, Defense Secretary Says

The Department of Defense announced the A-10 will keep flying

Border Security: New Attempt at Building 'Virtual Fence'

Customs and Border Protection scales back previous plan 'plagued with troubles.'

UA App Uses Virtual Reality to Simulate Concussion Effects

BrainGainz app developed as part of the Mind Matters Challenge between the NCAA and the Department of Defense

Find a Free Tax Assistance Program Near You

25 sites in Southern Arizona will help low-to-moderate income individuals and elderly file their taxes

Arizona congressional districts, approved in 2012.

Lawmaker Proposes Elected Redistricting Commission

Commission now has two Republicans, two Democrats, one independent.

Congressional Fundraising: McSally Tops Money Race

Republican well ahead of would-be opponents in campaign resources.

AZ WEEK: Borderlands Stories - Security, Refuge, Agriculture

Guest host Nancy Montoya goes beyond the campaign cries to 'Secure the border'

Professional Soccer Preseason in Tucson Kicks Off Wednesday

Ten Major League Soccer teams will play exhibition games in February

Education Collaboration Says Data Reveal 'Bright Spots'

Cradle to Career report sets goals for elementary, secondary education, careers.

Revenue comes from both lease and sale of land held in the trust.

Report: Revenue from State Land Sales, Leases Increases

Arizona voters will decide in May whether to increase payout to schools

$500 Reward for Information About Cacti Vandalism

Sword-swinging man was seen walking neighborhood near damaged cacti

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

Study: Arizona Higher Ed Spending Drop No. 1 in Nation

State universities cut $99 million this fiscal year; most other states grew.

METRO WEEK: Cuts Would End Career, Tech Education

Alternative plan relies on grants and matching funds from businesses.

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