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Committee Releases Sunny Forecast for Arizona Revenues

Report predicts 4 percent growth in the state for 2 years.

Pima County Attorney Race Foes Mostly Agree on Issues

Lowering crime, cyclist and pedestrian safety, and outside duties of the office are topics of debate.

Four inches of rainfall were recorded in a backyard near Ft. Lowell and Tucson Blvd on Aug. 9, 2016.

Arizona Monsoon Season Over; How Did Your Region Do?

Dusty got dustier, while cowboys, winemakers, birdwatchers of SE saw more showers.

Are Young Voters Engaged? UA Students Mixed on VP Debate

The enigmatic voting bloc could have a big impact on the election, if they turn out.

Administrator's Salary Focus in Pima District 5 Supervisor Race

Incumbent Elias: High salary warranted; challenger Bastidas: Spend money elsewhere.

Passengers disembark from the first AeroMar plane to land in Tucson.

Tucson-to-Mexico Flights Take to the Skies Once More

AeroMar becomes the first airline to fly from Tucson to Mexican destination in 8 years.

Sunlight reflects off of the water in a swimming pool.

Treated Water to Make Beer? Tucson Group Says 'Cheers!'

Pima County team fights stigma against reclaimed water; finalist for innovation distinction.

Arizona State Capitol Executive Tower

Secretary of State: Voter Registration Deadline Stays

Arizona Democrats asked that the day be changed as it falls on a federal holiday.

Hopi Katsina friend.

Congress Condemns Trafficking of Native American Objects

The resolution targets the export of sacred artifacts, calls for collaboration to stop the trade.

Breast Cancer ribbon

Breast Cancer Awareness: Chance to Show Support

More than 34,000 women in Arizona will be diagnosed this year.

ACC Member Wants Info on TEP Plan to Sell Power to Mexico

A letter posted to TEP's rate case by Tom Forese asks for more data.

General Plan to Go Before Voters in Changing Oro Valley

Plan reflects need for new amenities and more family friendliness, official says.

An Air and Marine EC-120B helicopter rests in Sunday Pass in Arizona's southwest desert, in 2009.

US Targeting Mexico's Cartel Scouts in Arizona Desert

Prosecutors have brought cases against about 80 scouts in the Tucson Sector since 2014.

RinCon '16 Invites Arizonans to Get Their Game On!

Explore an annual weekend event where gamers of all ages gather to match wits, roll dice and play cards in a bewildering array of tabletop, strategy, and fantasy games.

AZPM provides in-depth local and national coverage of the 2016 elections.

68,000 New Election Pamphlets On Their Way Due to Printer Mix-Up

Contractor took responsibility for error, secretary of state's office said.

The Continental School District is facing the same challenges as the community that hosts it: a growing need for services, but a declining number of resources.

State Injects Cash into Program to Train Principals

Gov. Ducey's office investing $100,000 to train school leaders.

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