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We sit down with Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry to learn more about Social Impact Bonds.

Pima County Agrees to Consider Bond Proposal Changes

Cities say current proposal gives the county too much authority

METRO WEEK: Animal Care: Public Cost, Personal Benefit?

Pima Animal Care Center costs rising, UA researcher studies health benefits of owning dogs

The fountain at Reid Park is one of the many beautiful water features around Tucson.

College Student Focuses on Hispanics, History and Heritage

Anthropologist is holding discussions about people and public lands in Arizona.

Hoskinson said her son Harry (catcher) planned to play professional baseball or football after joining the army.

Baseball Fields Give Community Place to Remember Youth

West Siders find common ground in push to improve park and memorialize one of their own.

Arizona Spotlight for July 10, 2015

A community finds common ground in a local park; Sun Sounds of Arizona reads print media for those who can't; author Janni Lee Simner talks about creating fantasy fiction; unusual style of yoga offers "Authentic Movement".

Business Report: Making Solar Work For Tucson

Storing solar power could reduce emssions, smooth out grid issues

TEP Seeks Renewables Program Change For 2016

Utility wants to increase residential solar program, increase surcharge

The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Arizona-Mexico Commission Adds Sonora Office

Juan Ciscomani will head effort to focus on trade with state's southern neighbor

West Side Baseball Family Fights to Improve Park

Joaquin Murrieta Park was born from community activists, now a new generation is standing up for their fields

UA Withdraws Recognition of Eighth Fraternity

Move comes after fraternity's national office suspends Tucson chapter of Delta Tau Delta.

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik (right) and then FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III, at a news conference following the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting in Tucson.

Sheriff's Resignation Accepted; Replacement Named

Dupnik to depart after 35 years in office; Chief Deputy Chris Nanos will complete his term.

Books used in TUSD's now-banned Mexican American Studies classes.

Appeals Court Upholds Most of Law Banning Ethnic Studies

Ruling goes against advocates of TUSD's now-banned Mexican American Studies program.

Democrat Steele Announces Congressional Candidacy

Two-term state lawmaker challenges Republican McSally in Southern Arizona's 2nd District.

Tucson Electric Warns Customers of Power Scam

Utility says caller contacts residents, threatening shutdown if payment not made by phone.

Tucson Area Schools Seek Voter OK to Boost Budgets

Sunnyside and Sahuarita unified school districts will ask for higher spending levels in fall election.

Investment Groups Buying Fewer Tucson Homes

Fewer foreclosures cause the drop, result is a more stable market

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