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State Senate Supports Cherrybell Mail Center

Postal Service wants to close facility to save money.

Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon Won't Seek Re-election

He served five terms total in House, made unsuccessful run for governor.

CITY OF TUCSON'S GENERAL FUND SPENDING FOR 2013-14, TOTALING $466 MILLION

Tucson Budget Deficit Down, But Still $25 Million

Early retirements, benefits adjustments have helped; tax increase request possible.

Bill Allowing Guns on College Campuses in Works Anew

Law enforcement expert says he's opposed; student response mixed.

Agency, Police Efforts to Curb Human Trafficking Paying Off

CODAC grant with Tucson Police Department showing positive results.

Tucsonans Want Road Repairs, But Split on Taxes for Them

Mayor sought public opinion on sales, property tax increases to fix deficit.

Lorenzo Romero is Governor Doug Ducey's director of the office of strategic budget planning. He presents the governor's 2016-2017 budget proposal in Tucson.

State Revenues Decline in January, as Sales Taxes Fall Off

Budget still running surplus of $176 million, says monthly legislative report.

Senator Reaches Out to Latinos with 'Unidos Con McCain'

Presidential nominating races are bringing the Latino vote to the forefront.

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Register to Vote by Monday for March Presidential Primary

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Arizona's Presidential Preference Primary on Way Out

Legislative committee moves to end state-paid election in Arizona.

State Voters Will Decide on Changes to Pension System

Gov. Ducey signs reforms meant to reduce public safety retirement costs to municipalities.

McCain: Wait for New President to Replace Scalia

Arizona senator sides with fellow Republicans, drawing opponent's criticism.

3/29/12

Tucson Water Well Work To Cause South Side Disruption

Constant noise, traffic delays and nighttime lights will affect nearby residents

Arizona Bill Would Limit Child Abuse Investigations

House committee seeks to reduce backlog of Department of Child Safety cases

Carroll's Exit Marks Start of Pima County Campaigns

All five Pima County supervisors' seats are up for election, three have challenges

Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll Won't Seek Re-election

After 19 years, Republican District 4 representative says it's time for new career.

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