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Old Main on the University of Arizona campus.

$5M Will Help Low-Income, Minority Students Go to College

Helios Foundation will work with dozens of high schools, including 20 in Southern Arizona.

Arizona Unemployment Down for Third Straight Month

Arizona adds jobs, sees joblessness shrink to 5.4 percent.

Arizona Capitol.

Arizona Government Spending Records Earn B for Ease of Use

Public interest group pushes state to disclose details of economic development incentives.

Tucson Electricity Bills Will Go Down $4.26 on Average

Low fossil fuel costs mean savings for utility customers for the next year.

Douglas Art Educator Named Cochise 'Teacher of the Year'

Art takes his students around the world and provides cultural outlet.

US House OKs US-Mexico Border Threat Assessment

McSally's bill, with bipartisan support, requires Border Patrol to review its tactics.

A nun at El Comedor, a free dining hall in the Mexican border town of Nogales.

Volunteers Work to Alleviate Immigrant Crises in U.S., Europe

Italian woman on U.S. border sees similarities and has hope for better world.

Puppies at Pima Animal Care Center July 8, 2015.

Groups Unite to Find Homes for Cats, Dogs, Ferrets and More

'Adopt Love, Adopt Local' program planned for Saturday; last year's had 130 adoptions.

Tax Tips

Report: Arizona Gets $230M from Undocumented Taxpayers

Undocumented in state pay sales and real-estate taxes, Washington, DC, institute reports.

University of Arizona English lecturer Lisa O'Neill leads campus rally for better working conditions, Feb. 25, 2015.

Lawmakers Want Ban on University 'Free Speech Zones'

Legislation says universities cannot restrict free speech to specific areas

Register to Vote by Monday for May 17 Special Election

Two ballot issues: expanding state land trust payout for schools; pension reform.

Report: Arizona Women Earn 84% of What Men Earn

State's pay gap is among 10 smallest in the nation, but hasn't changed in years.

Camp Cooper Seeks Funding for Environmental Learning

Center, in use a half century, seeks $120,000 to instruct TUSD students.

Roberto Reveles, at microphone, and other Somos America members announce the possibility of a renewed boycott over immigration legislation.

Immigrant Groups Threaten Boycott over State Legislation

Business organizations decry what would be repeat of 2010 boycott over SB 1070.

Arizona Campaign Finance Law Change: 'Dark Money' Victory?

Pro: Law will protect donors; con: deregulation reduces accountability.

Pictured here, the Santa Cruz River flows from the highlands in Mexico down to the south eastern parts of Arizona.

US-Mexico Collaboration Keeps Santa Cruz River Clean

Water from Nogales Wash treated in Arizona before it flows into river.

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