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Doctor Jill Stein is the Green Party candidate for president in 2016.

Green Party Presidential Candidate to Visit Tucson

Candidate is an activist, doctor and parent from Massachusetts.

Pima Homeless Programs Get $7M in Federal Grants

Two dozen Tucson area agencies receiving HUD money this year.

Slow Progress in Reform of State Child Safety Agency

'Cultural changes' are not going to happen overnight, lawmakers say.

Janos Wilder, owner of Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails, tells how he takes an American hotdog and transforms it into a unique dish that melds flavors from both sides of the US/Mexico Border.

Pima County Raises Restaurant Fees in New Health Code

Inspection costs will rise incrementally each year through 2020.

Trump Moves US Backward to Racism, Mexicans Say

Reaction in Mexico City strong to Republican presidential frontrunner's success.

Mayor: Tucson Needs Tax Increase to Provide Services

Rothschild says more revenue needed to erase city's $25M deficit for new fiscal year.

Court of Appeals Judges Going to School in Tucson

Hearing on two appeals open to public Wednesday morning at Sunnyside High School.

State Senate Supports Cherrybell Mail Center

Postal Service wants to close facility to save money.

Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon Won't Seek Re-election

He served five terms total in House, made unsuccessful run for governor.

CITY OF TUCSON'S GENERAL FUND SPENDING FOR 2013-14, TOTALING $466 MILLION

Tucson Budget Deficit Down, But Still $25 Million

Early retirements, benefits adjustments have helped; tax increase request possible.

Bill Allowing Guns on College Campuses in Works Anew

Law enforcement expert says he's opposed; student response mixed.

Agency, Police Efforts to Curb Human Trafficking Paying Off

CODAC grant with Tucson Police Department showing positive results.

Tucsonans Want Road Repairs, But Split on Taxes for Them

Mayor sought public opinion on sales, property tax increases to fix deficit.

Lorenzo Romero is Governor Doug Ducey's director of the office of strategic budget planning. He presents the governor's 2016-2017 budget proposal in Tucson.

State Revenues Decline in January, as Sales Taxes Fall Off

Budget still running surplus of $176 million, says monthly legislative report.

Senator Reaches Out to Latinos with 'Unidos Con McCain'

Presidential nominating races are bringing the Latino vote to the forefront.

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