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5th Grade students at Vail Academy and High School.

New State Funds Buy 'Authentic Thank You' for Vail Teachers

Suburban school district plans to use money for staff raises and retention bonuses.

Here we have the exterior of Biosphere 2 which is illuminated by a beautiful, golden sunlight.

Young Leaders in Tucson Tackle Environmental Challenges

One Young World Summit convenes 500 young adults at Biosphere 2.

The University of Arizona Today and Tomorrow

Metro Week looks at how one of the region's economic powerhouses is faring.

Prop 123's Slim Victory Shows 'How Displeased Voters Are'

Arizona Week looks at what happens now that education funding measure passed.

Phoenix Man Files Suit to Block Prop 123, Citing Federal Law

Claims increased pull from State Land Trust violates law that made Arizona a state.

Four Decades of Perseverance Rewarded with College Degree

An education for Tucsonan Karen Schaffner was a long time coming.

One Woman's Fight for Mental Health Care in Rural Arizona

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The vote on Prop 123; help for women entrepreneurs in Tucson; and a dream fulfilled after four decades of ambition.

Nogales High School Mariachis Awarded $40,000 Grant

Teens win most competitions they enter, making them among best groups in country.

Prop 123 School Funding Vote Too Close to Call; 0.9% Margin

Ballot counting resumes Wednesday, with thousands of votes still to be tallied.

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

University of Arizona To Boost Pay for Faculty, Staff

Salaries will go up in September in first across-the-board raises in three years.

"I’ve just always been trying to be ahead I guess?" Viputheshwar Sitaraman said of his accomplishment.

18-Year-Old UA Grad: 'Always Been Trying to Be Ahead'

Viputeshwar Sitaraman will shift focus to company he started when earning degree in two years.

History Meets Hot Glue in Sunnyside's Makerspace

Gallego Intermediate's workshop invites students, teachers to be creative

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, at Tucson forum, May 28, 2015.

Governor's Signature Settles State Superintendent Lawsuits

Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill Wednesday settling a year-long fight in the Department of Education

Arizona Superintendent, Board of Education Dispute Near End

Bill scheduled for read in the Senate would outline who controls board staff.

William Shatner Brings his World to Tucson

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Pros & Cons of Prop 123; the latest on the state budget dealmaking; and a Tucson man plans to work his way across all 50 states.

College in Arizona Is Eighth Most Affordable in Nation

Study shows college affordability has declined in all 50 states since financial crisis.

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