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METRO WEEK: Behavioral Health Changes Coming to Southern Arizona

New company will distribute state, federal funding to local service providers; service effects unknown.

Average Airfare Out of Tucson Going Up

1% increase in last year, to $397 for roundtrip ticket; Phoenix average declines to $363.

Avra Valley Earth Fissures Ongoing Hazard, Geologist Warns

State's latest report shows subsidence from groundwater pumping continues in Southern Arizona.

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raytheon Buys Tucson Drone Parts Manufacturer

Sensintel, with 50 local employees, will become part of Missile Systems division for undisclosed price.

Wrongful Conviction Clinics in Arizona Receive Grants

State DNA Advocacy Project gets $935K federal grant for use by UA, ASU law schools.

Organizations Collaborate to Combat Sex Trafficking

Law enforcement officials, community groups focus on victims in their approaches.

US Secretary of Labor Touts Tucson Tech Training

Thomas Perez visits PCC's Aviation Technology Center, calls it example of building jobs pipeline.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Davis-Monthan Deploying 1,100 Airmen in March

Largest sendoff ever as units from all over base in Tucson prepare for various worldwide missions.

Pima County Seeks Sewer Fee Increase

4 percent rise proposed each of next 3 years, bringing household average to $45 a month; hearing Thursday.

Arizona economy

Bankruptcies Continue to Drop in Arizona

15% decline statewide, 12% reduction in Pima County in 2014; liquidations lead the way.

Banner Takeover of UAMC Approved by Regents

Deal worth nearly $1B includes new operator rebuilding main UAMC hospital on Tucson campus by 2019.

UA Police Department Prepares for March Madness

Campus force working with Tucson agency, student organizations to prevent unruly crowds.

Tucson Wildlife Center Ordered to Surrender Animals

State says 'Forever Wild' keeps animals in enclosures not up to state standards, some in need of treatment.

Isaías Noguez, Coordinator of Political Affairs and Outreach for the Mexican Consulate discusses the impact of the recent SB1070 ruling.

Mexico 'Doing Its Part' to Help Applicants for Obama’s Executive Action

Consulates in U.S. now issuing copies of birth certificates to make application process easier.

Lawmakers Move to Ban Traffic-Ticket Quotas

Bill moving through Legislature could affect on Tucson Police Department 'performance standards.'

Homeless man sitting in Pancho Villa park.

New Computer System to Help Connect Homeless People With Services

Pima County and coalition to end homelessness streamlining process to help people find the right services

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