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Eight Pima County Library Branches Closing Sundays

Move starting May 24 is meant to save money, respond to staffing shortages, officials say.

Russell Begaye Sworn In as Navajo Nation President

Ceremony ends months of in-fighting that started with one candidate being declared ineligible.

More Arizona Children in Pre-K, But State Lags Nation

About 7% of state's 4-year-olds in pre-kindergarten programs, upo from 3% a year earlier.

A protected bike lane on Stone Avenue between Toole Avenue and Alameda Street.

Tucson Boosts Bicycle, Pedestrian Friendly Infrastructure

2015 report predicts dozens of new projects in the future

Tucson Schools Offer Free Summer Meals for Children

Federal program ensures kids don’t go hungry when classes are not in session.

Traffic in downtown Tucson.

Rio Nuevo Considers 'Sunshine Mile' Preservation

Effort would preserve Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road

Friday Deadline for Appeals to Arpaio Racial Profiling Case

Court previously ruled Maricopa County Sheriff's office was improperly named as party in case.

Oral Arguments Set for Case Involving Fatal Border Patrol Shooting

Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez died in Nogales, Sonora, in 2012 with multiple gunshot wounds.

Gov, Doug Ducey after his Tucson speech, Jan. 13, 2015.

Approval Rating at 27% for Ducey in First Poll

Democratic-leaning survey firm puts Republican governor lowest among Democrats four months into term.

The Tucson Jazz Institute's Ellington Band performs at Lincoln Center

Tucson Band Takes 2nd at High School Jazz Festival

Tucson Jazz Institute won competition in 2013 and 2014; returned this year with younger group.

Newly Approved Rattlesnake Anti-Venom Under UA Study

Drug is second OK'd by FDA for treatment; up to 200 Arizonans are bitten each year.

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

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