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Democrat Unseating Ducey? A 'Herculean' Task, Republican Strategist Says

A contender for the Arizona governor's seat would first need a lot of money.

Opening Doors to Housing for Those with Criminal Convictions

People can no longer be turned down from housing simply for having a criminal record.

When North is a Question Mark, the Mexican Auto Industry Looks East

Mexican businesses are looking beyond NAFTA to do business, and in Mexico’s car industry, one big new player is moving in: China.

Poorest Flagstaff School Is Richest In Chess

The school currently lacks the funding to send to Super Nationals all of the kids who qualified.

Arizona Unemployment Continues Downward, But Trails Nation

The month's jobs gains was slower than the post-recession average.

National Weather Service Wants Help Spotting Storms

Program helps meteorologists get view of incoming storms to make monsoon safer.

'Project Period' Aims to Ease Financial Burden of Tampons on Women

One group benefiting is young mothers, who don't always focus on their own health, director says.

Record Numbers Visit Saguaro National Park, Mirroring National Trend

Report cites significant economic impact that parks have on gateway communities.

TUSD Holds Job Fair, Seeking More Than 250 Teachers

Most vacancies for next school year as teacher shortages continue over low pay.

Wildfire Risk Goes Beyond Hottest Months, Officials Say

Officials from the Coronado National Forest and the National Park Service discuss conditions this year.

Human Rights Caravan Coming Through Tucson

'Caravan Against Fear' is drawing attention to Trump administration's policies on immigration.

Grijalva Seeks Funding for Libraries, Not Cuts

President Trump is proposing cuts to Institute for Museum and Library Services.

UA Honors College Dorm Proposal Stirs Controversy

Neighbors north of University of Arizona feel public input not valued as plans proceed.

Sewer Rates Rising 3% for Pima County Residents

Increase adds to earlier approval of higher rates for water, electricity, trash collection.

Organizations, Tribes Weigh in on Possible Changes to Arizona Medicaid

Most groups express concern the changes will result in loss of coverage for Arizona's neediest.

Downtown Earth Day Rally Aims to Spark Interest in Science

Saturday event at Tucson's El Presidio Park is part of worldwide focus on science

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