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UPDATED: Not Enough Evidence Against Horne, Judge Rules

Monday decision says Atty. Gen. Tom Horne did not break the campaign finance law; judge says prosecutors did not prove case.

TPD is providing a near-real-time crime statistic mapping service on it's website. The website provides users up-to-date information on crime throughout the city.

Police Searching For Suspected Serial Rapist

Five assaults have been reported since January in Tucson; TPD warning women on east side of city.

Interstate 11 Not in ADOT's 5 or 10-Year Plans

They argue plan is too tenuous to include in the tentative plans; I-11 would connect Nogales and Las Vegas via PHX and Tucson.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, April 11, 2014

A look at the state and city budget; Sen. John McCain joins the fight to save A-10s; immigration activists want President Obama to stop deportations.

Arizona State Capitol

Brewer Signs $9.2B Budget for Coming Year

Plan includes $59 million more for new child safety agency, more educational funding; gov. line-item vetoes $4M.

TUSD children in classroom

AZ Week: District Charter Schools Struggle with Unstable Funds

Gov. Jan Brewer had asked for $33 million to fund public school district sponsored charter schools; state Legislature came up with about 75% of that.

Brewer Eliminates Sales Tax on Energy Sold to Manufactures

Gov. Jan Brewer signed SB 1413 Friday hoping to lure more businesses to Arizona; passing legislation was one of goals highlighted in her State of the State.

Senior ladies play scrabble

Adult Abuse Cases Increasing in AZ

Arizona Capitol Times reports that the backlog of adult-protection cases has been growing as attention has been focused on efforts to reconstruct the state's child-protection agency.

Weekly Business Report: Rio Nuevo Set to Renovate TCC

AZPM partners with the newspaper Inside Tucson Business for a weekly report on local business and economic news.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Air Force Officials Visit Congress, Defend Grounding of A-10s

At a meeting of a subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee, Gen. Larry Spencer, the Air Force vice chief of staff, said cutting the A-10 was a financial decision.

World Cup of Trap & Skeet Shooting Comes to Tucson

More than 300 shooters from 44 countries are competing in Tucson this weekend, with the hopes of qualifying for the world championships.

Ken Bennett, Secretary of State,  discusses statewide work for Election Day.

Bennett First to Officially File Papers for GOP Gov Primaries

Arizona Secretary of State meets requirements to qualify for the August Republican primary ballot.

Arizona economy

Arizona Earns B for State Spending Transparency

Evaluation conducted by Public Interest Research Group; more room for improvement in tax subsidies to attract companies to move here.

Ruling for Horne's Campaign Finance Law Case Expected Soon

Yavapai County prosecutors say they produced enough evidence to prove Arizona Atty. Gen. Tom Horne illegally coordinated campaign spending with his aide.

2 Hotshot Widows Seeking Additional Death Benefits

Both filed claims last month with city of Prescott to receive benefits from a state retirement system.

Report Highlights Davis-Monthan Economic Impact in Region

The military base circulated about $1.47B, filled about 4,400 jobs in S. AZ, according to its FY 2013 Economic Impact Analysis.

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