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Gov. Doug Ducey delivers his first State of the State address, Jan. 12, 2015.

Ducey Signs $9.1B State Budget; Protests over Cuts Continue

Spending package for 2015-16 includes $110M less for higher education,Medicaid and welfare cuts.

McSally Talks National Security At Tucson Town Hall

The freshman Republican talked about more defense and negotiations with Iran.

Gov. Doug Ducey tours the Mirror Lab at the University of Arizona. March 11, 2015

Ducey Defends Budget: 'No One Offered Alternative'

Governor, on visit to Tucson, says spending package protects public safety, children, K-12 education.

Tucson Festival of Books Returns to University of Arizona Campus

“It is all about books, it is about education, it is all about making Tucson a better place,” Festival Executive Director says.

State, Schools Continue Mediation for Inflation Funding

New budget sets aside $74M; judge ordered $331M paid under constitutional amendment.

Sandra Day O'Connor speaking in Tucson July 19, 2012.

O'Connor, Ruffner Inducted in Arizona Women's Hall of Fame

2015 ceremony honors women in arts and humanities

Following the sentencing of Jared Loughner in the  January 8, 2011 shooting, victim Bill Badger talks about the shooting.

Jan. 8 Hero Bill Badger Dies in Tucson at 78

He helped subdue gunman and stop shooting in which 6 died, 13 were wounded.

University of Arizona Scientists Await First Close-Up Photos of Dwarf Planet

Unmanned Dawn spacecraft orbiting Ceres will capture the photos

Author J.A. Jance: Second-Grade Teacher Inspired Her

Mystery writer, coming to Tucson Festival of Books, had to overcome gender discrimination at UA.

Mary Jacobs and Michael Ortega, finalists for the Tucson city manager position, answer questions during a public meeting held Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Two from Cochise County are Tucson City Manager Finalists

Michael Ortega, Mary Jacobs meet public after list of 44 applicants narrowed by City Council

Phoenix, Maricopa County

800 Arizona Workers Wanted for Test Census

Federal officials will test new technology before 2020 census

Feds Give $1.5 Million to Early Childhood Education in Southern Arizona

An additional 85 low-income kids will attend Head Start

Arizona Healthcare Signups Nearly Doubled in Last Open Enrollment

Total statewide enrollment is now more than 200,000

Earlier Primary Election Rejected for Arizona

State House says no to early July; Common Core debate, delayed Monday, back on agenda Tuesday.

No-Bake Lucky Charms Cake

Cook the Colors of the Rainbow with Author Jackie Alpers

Sprinkles! Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts is packed with ways to make desserts not just delicious - but beautiful too.

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Community College Removed From Probation

College will be accredited, but continue to be watched by Higher Learning Commission

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