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Public Weighs in on TUSD Superintendent Profile

Sessions meant to identify qualities of ideal candidate.

Planting Fish to Kill Mosquitoes: 'This Is Historical'

Endangered fish species going into swimming pool to eat larvae.

Air Force Puts Some A-10s in Jeopardy Again

Plans call for cutting three squadrons because of wing problems.

City of Douglas Hopes to Cash in on Trade with Mexico

New life and economic opportunity coming to Cochise County border town.

Tucson Awaits New Catholic Bishop; Kicanas to Retire

'Mysterious' process kept under wraps until the pope selects the next bishop.

Tucson Pedestrian Deaths Up Sharply; Jaywalking Blamed

Officer: 'The person who is most responsible for your safety is you. You need to pay attention.'

Rosemont Mine Takes Step Forward with Forest Service Approval

More permitting and approval must go through before operations can begin.

Arizona University Budgets Up for Review Thursday

The Arizona Board of Regents will decide on the 2018 proposals for Arizona's three public universities.

Limited Housing Inventory, and Space to Grow, Pushes Up Prices in Flagstaff

Long-term lack of homes for sale has lead to unaffordable prices for many residents.

Arizona Housing Market Finding Its Pace Post Recession

Markets back to where they should be after boom and bust of the housing bubble, economist says.

UA-Sonora Partnership Targets Diabetes in Mexico

Economic prosperity is partially to blame for epidemic, says World Health Organization.

Probation Changes Drive Down State's Recidivism Rate

Arizona is one of five states that has seen a double-digit drop in those re-entering prison.

As Heat Returns, Officials Urge Safety

Normal summer weather patterns in Southern Arizona can be fatal.

Consul: Canada-Arizona Ties Strong, As Is NAFTA Bargaining Power

Business-diplomat to Arizona says negotiation necessary, but repeal far-fetched.

Study: Medicaid Cuts Would Disproportionately Affect Arizona's Rural Children

A recent bill in the Obamacare repeal aims to significantly roll back funding for the program.

Ducey to Join Group Talking Infrastructure at White House

Ducey's list includes I-10, cross-border sewer in Nogales.

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