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Sunset at Monument Valley, Arizona

Drug Cartels Target Indian Country and Vulnerable People

Addiction high among Native Americans, where unemployment can lead them to drug trade.

Governor Doug Ducey ceremonially signs Senate Bill 1441 on May 1, 2015. The bill was spearheaded by Copper Creek Elementary students and made into law during the regular legislative session.

Ducey: State Must Stop Spending Money We Don't Have

Local governments say budget has forced them to raise taxes

AZ WEEK: Arizona Economy More Than 5 Cs

Analysis of how national parks, military and related industries impact Arizona

The international border fence in the Arizona desert.

Southern Arizona Residents Will Advise Homeland Security

Two Tucson-area people named to a group advising the Secretary of Homeland Security

Navajo Nation to Inaugurate New President

Election was delayed five months over language requirement

The corner of Broadway and Country Club is alive with activity along the historic "Sunshine Mile".

Citizens' Group Approves Lane Increase for Broadway Proposal

Widening corridor to six lanes, but officials say many other details have yet to be decided.

Sun Tran Adds Outlets for SunGO Cards

More retail locations and a smart phone app coming

Cecelia Schlieve was born in 1913, and grew up on a farm in Wisconsin where she learned to milk cows and shovel hay alongside her siblings.

A Salute to Arizona's Eldest Residents

Did you know that every year, "Happy 100th Birthday" cards are being sold in larger numbers? Meet and hear stories from women and men aged 99 years and older.

METRO WEEK: County Budget Proposal Calls for Tax Increase

Extra revenue will cover state costs passed along to counties, administrator says

22-year-old Ana Rodriguez asked the Arizona Board of Regents to grant in-state tuition to DACA recipients like herself.

More Than 20,000 'Dreamers' in Arizona Deemed Eligible for In-State Tuition

Policy reversal will cut the cost of studying by about two-thirds.

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

Pima County Considers Two Property Tax Increases

One is necessary, according to county officials, the other optional for voters

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance is growing in Tucson

SAGA works on advocacy, awareness and services.

Hundreds supported in-state tuition for students who receive Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival status.

'Dreamers' to Get In-State Tuition at State Universities

Board of Regents decides immigrants with deferred deportation status will pay lower rate.

Health Officials Seek Higher Child Vaccination Rates

Number of optional exemptions still more than officials recommend for protection.

Construction is underway to transform Chaparral Middle School to the new Gallego Fine Arts Magnet school, which will serve grades 5-8 in the 15-16 school year.

Schools Look to Improve Safety 'Little by Little'

Sunnyside fine arts school will feature bullet-resistant glass; others scrape for funding.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus.

PCC to Eliminate 3 Campus President Positions

New structure intended to reduce costs in light of elimination of state aid.

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