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Navajo Nation 'Junk Food' Tax Clashes with Economics

Half of population living in poverty; for them, snack foods are cheaper than fresh, healthy products.

Students sit on benches at the front entrance of Old Main.

UA Tuition Going Up for Most Students - But Not All

2.7% increase for in-state, 10% for out-of-state if Board of Regents approves in May.

Old Pima County courthouse in downtown Tucson.

Pima County Asks Public to Weigh in on Administrative Budget Proposals

Treasurer, Assessor, Recorder, Supervisors budgets up for comment this week

Raul H. Castro, Arizona governor from 1975 to 1977.

Former Arizona Gov. Raúl Castro Dies at 98

He served from 1975 to 1977 and as a U.S. ambassador; he was only governor of Mexican descent.

Mary Derrick was reunited with her sons after graduating from Family Drug Court.

How Family Drug Court Led One Parent to Get Her Kids Back

Graduate and recovery specialist, both recovering addicts, describe how program benefited them.

METRO WEEK: Pima County Foster Care System Remains Overwhelmed

There are more children than homes and prevention the best plan, court director says

Downtown traffic makes its way through construction in the area where the new street car will be.

Valencia Road Exit for Southbound I-19 Closed Monday

Work to add a lane to the exit ramp will force closure for 30 hours

New Community Would Add 28,000 Homes in Benson

'Villages at Vigneto' proposal working its way through town government

Larry Hecker, chairman of the Pima County Bond Advisory Committee, talks about when the next bond election may be held and how the committee is selecting which projects to recommend.

Pima County May Ask Voters to Approve Borrowing for Roads, Other Projects

Supervisors to decide whether to send the question to November ballot

Governor Doug Ducey (left) and ASU President Michael Crow at the Arizona Board of Regents

Ducey: State 'Only One of Many Investors' in Universities

Strategy should address needs of students and business community that depends on their success, he says.

The library suspended new purchases in March, ahead of schedule, to save money.

No New Books at Pima Libraries Until Budget Resolution

The library stopped the order of new materials in the face of pending budget cuts.

Schools Chief Praises High School Students on Advanced Placement

Douglas says participation has increased in the last decade; more work needed for minorities.

Environmental Groups Fight Grand Canyon Uranium Mine

Site south of national park gets judge's approval under 1872 federal mining law.

Vigil at Gabrielle Giffords' headquarters in Tucson, Arizona.

January 8th Memorial Design Down to Four Finalists

Public comment sought on proposals; completion still 'many years away.'

Americorps Awards $1.5M to 8 Tucson-Area High Schools

Program will place high school graduates with jobs, military service or volunteer opportunities

Michael Ortega, named as Tucson city manager Friday, March 13, 2015.

Tucson City Council OKs Contract for New City Manager

Michael Ortega's base pay will be $210,000, plus deferred compensation, benefits. when he starts July 1.

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