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Prices Up, Inventory Down for Tucson Real Estate Market

Median price hits nine-year high as the number of homes continues to drop.

Search On For Suspect in Mount Lemmon Fire

Molino Fire burned 50 acres before being subdued.

Taking the Bait: Scammers Go Phishing During Tax Season

Phishing and impersonation emails look to take advantage of tax document errors.

Winter Rains Diminish Desert Drought

Summer monsoon will determine if dry conditions return.

Lawmakers' Top Priority: Teacher Pay, But How Much?

Leaders of both parties want to spend more in classrooms than Gov. Ducey proposes.

TEP Sister Company Plans Arizona-Mexico Transmission Line

Unisource will build a power line connecting two grids at Nogales.

As Trump Moderates Rhetoric With Mexico, Peso Wins

The currency has gone from 21 pesos to the dollar to 18 after president's moderation.

IRS: Not Doing Your Own Taxes? Pick a Trustworthy Preparer

Untrue statements on a tax return ultimately falls on the filer, not the preparer.

Episode 310: Shaping Arizona Policy, as Budget Agreement Nears

The 53rd session is winding down, and has been considered by some to be 'mild.'

Want a Say in Tucson Sales Tax? Register to Vote This Week

City voters will decide whether to raise sales tax to fund police, fire and streets.

Episode 132: Full-Day Kindergarten Funding Proposal Won't Help Tucson

Plus, local impact of the state budget; Tucson and the sanctuary city controversy.

Christian Climate Scientist: 'Facts Not Enough' in Dialogue

Texas climate expert will speak at UA this week, saying human values important in discussions.

Contract Approved for Next UA President: Robert C. Robbins

Robbins to start June 1, earn more than any previous UA president.

Group Hopes UA Spring Fling Can Raise Sustainability Awareness

Team will set up 'green stations' at the annual celebration of food, fun and carnival on the UA mall.

Students Seek Clarity for 'Red Tag' Ordinance on Parties

Neighbor says request would place too much burden on complaining residents.

Regents Set Tuition for Arizona's Three Public Universities

The cost of studying will rise 3.9 percent for new incoming in-state undergraduates.

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