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Groups Meet to Discuss Four Corners and Clean Air

Government, industry, citizens' groups gather at Durango, Colo., this week.

All Souls: Tucson's Annual Celebration of Life and Death

2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event's 25-year history.

A California condor soars near the Grand Canyon. It is the most endangered bird in North America. It's also the largest, with a wingspan of about nine feet.

Wildfire Added to List of Threats to Condor Population

Study shows about half of wild birds live long enough to raise a chick

AZ WEEK: More Education Funding? It's Up to Voters

Increasing the payout from the State Land Trust Fund requires constitutional change

Report: Arizona Gets 'D' for Government Transparency

A new study shows the state could do better when it comes to openness.

Three Ingredients to Launch a Successful Startup

Local groups use events, classes, and festivals to entice startups to Tucson or help Tucsonans get their own companies up and going

$150 Million Upgrades Coming to Gila County Copper Smelter

Upgrades are part of agreement with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

A sign at an inactive Patagonia mine warns people of the dangers inside.

Plan to Seal Polluted Mine, Stop Runoff, Near Patagonia Ready

Lead Queen Mine spewed orange water after storm in 2014 and will now be plugged.

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Ben Carson Edges Out Donald Trump in Latest Arizona Poll

The two Republican candidates are separated by less than a percentage point; others lag.

AZ Week: One Step Closer to Education Funding Boost

Gov. Ducey signs $3.5 billion plan, but money won't flow to schools yet.

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

Legislature Passes, Governor Signs $3.5B Plan for Schools

Special session ends; voters must decide on changes to Land Trust Fund payout.

La Llorona: A Cautionary Tale for Children of the Southwest

Reporter Nancy Montoya recalls the Mexican folklore story

The border fence in Arizona.

Trump's Border Wall: If You Build It, They Won't Come

Scholar says building a bigger wall is an admission of diplomatic failure.

State Sen. Steve Farley, left, and Gov. Doug Ducey Thursday, Oct. 29, in Farley's Senate office.

House OKs School Funding Bills; Senate Votes Friday

Republicans stop changes to $3.5B, 10-year package; Ducey visits lawmakers' offices.

Business Report: Building Up Tucson's Entrepreneurs

Numerous events each year help startups learn about running successful businesses.

Mick Cluck is with Tucson Realty and Trust, where he was part of the team that recently prepared a biannual real-estate report for pima county. Cluck says residential land sales have declined by 53 percent in the first six months of the year.

Home Flipping Down 19% in Tucson as Inventory Falls

Lack of distressed homes, slow appreciation rates cause of decrease.

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