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Education Board Votes to Seek Staffers' Reinstatement

In 7-1 vote Friday, schools chief Douglas is lone dissenter; she hints she may not comply, report says.

Arpaio, Deputies Face Contempt in Racial Profiling Case

His lawyer says he acts in good faith to comply with court orders to stop crackdown on Latinos.

Stuck in Chimney; Don't Try This at Home, or Anywhere

16-year-old Tucsonan rescued after trying to get into his house when he forgot his key.

A mother holds her young daughter as a physician performs a routine check up.

Tucsonans Get Help Buying Health Insurance

Deadline to enroll through federal marketplace is Sunday; potential fines for those without coverage.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

Tucson Home Sales Take Unexpected January Dip

Down one-quarter from December, but Realtors say 2015 should still be strong sales year.

Two girls sit in the shelter in Nogales as other children sleep under insulated blankets.

ACLU Sues US over Alleged Abuse of Immigrant Children

Claim seeks disclosure of records related to reports of migrants' treatment in Border Patrol custody.

Douglas ‘Looking Forward’ to Working With Gov. on Controversial Education Firings

A day after state school superintendent bashed Ducey, she changes tone

University of Arizona's 200-Year-Old Torah Repaired

Rabbi carrying out meticulous work: 'Restoration is not, simply, OK, I will patch it up.'

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2015 Arizona SciTech Festival Gets Under Way

More than 800 events planned through March around state to showcase, educate, inspire.

Pima County Vaccination Rates for Kindergarteners High

County schools average 90%; one private school at 38% of students not fully immunized.

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

TUSD's Sanchez to Legislature: Keep Funding Desegregation

Cutting money could put school district in contempt of federal court order, he tells Senate committee.

Arizona Worst in Nation in Construction Job Loss

Decline of 4,400 last year makes it West's only state to lose jobs; business worries about education cited.

Ducey: Anti-Abortion Group Should Focus 'Outside the Womb'

He tells members of Center for Arizona Policy he is pro-life but sees thousands of foster kids needing support.

Gray Wolf Confirmed as Having Been Shot Near Canyon

Animal spotted on North Rim last fall was taken out by hunter mistaking it for coyote.

Visitors travel up and down Mt. Lemmon highway which leads to the top of this popular "sky island", one of many in Southern Arizona.

Fee-Free Days This Weekend on Forest Service Lands

Charges waived in Sabino Canyon, Mount Lemmon other parts of Coronado for Presidents Day.

Governor Replaces Head of Child Safety Department

Ducey fires Charles Flanagan a year after he took job, names Greg McKay to replace him.

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