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Federal Government Sponsors Tucson Security Symposium

Homeland Security officials to sit down with local businesses.

Southern Arizona Towns Navigating a More Moderate Growth

Oro Valley, Sahuarita, Marana mayors balancing residents' needs with growth, planning and revenue.

Former UA Professor Sentenced in Meat Store Theft Case

John Marchello faced probation or up to almost four years in prison.

15,000 People Turn Up For Tucson Women's March

Organizers had expected between 2,000 and 5,000.

Trump Defense Promises Could be Boon to Southern Arizona Economy

Public- and private-sector military spending has a heavy impact on an area's economy.

McGinnis Named Head of Saguaro National Park

The former interim superintendent is becoming permanent.

Rillito Horse Racing Gets Another Lap: Through 2021

Extension comes with a stipulation for $1M in upgrades to Rillito Park facilities.

Former Arizona Gov. Napolitano Hospitalized for Cancer

A statement did not identify the type of cancer, but said the 59 year old was diagnosed in August.

Old Pima Courthouse Getting Original Shade of Paint

Iconic tile dome retained, original color restored as part of preservation project.

Education the Centerpiece of Ducey's $9.79 Billion Budget

Promising resources for state schools and more teacher pay, including 2% annual raises.

Monsanto Seeks Tax Break Amid Vocal Opposition in Pima County

Plus, how the governor's priorities align with technical education needs; checking in with Oro Valley.

Pima County Meetings Air Objections to Monsanto Site

The first of five took place in Oro Valley earlier this week, mostly serving as venue for opposition.

IRS Looking for People to Help Others Prepare Their Taxes

Volunteer opportunities vary and include more than just tax preparation.

Ducey: More Money for Schools, 'Above, Beyond Inflation'

He promises permanent solution for teacher pay increases, focus on low-income schools.

Three Elections in Store for Tucsonans in 2017

City will vote on sales tax, open seats on City Council.

2015 Spill Dumped 540 Tons of Metals into River, EPA Says

Wastewater from the Colorado mine turned rivers yellow.

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