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GOP LD 11 House Race Focuses on Taxes, Land Use, Education

Two political newcomers, one former state Legislature administrative staff member.

AZ Top in Nation for Solar Energy Per Capita

Study notes state policies such as Renewable Energy Standard have attracted more people to get clean energy; also pointed some setbacks in past year.

Controversy Dominates Race for AZ Attorney General

Accusations against incumbent Tom Horne figure strongly in Republican Party challenger's campaign tactics.

15 Doses of Lethal Drugs Used in Convicted Murderer's Execution

Joseph Wood's attorneys say the state Dept. of Corrections violated execution protocol by doing so.

METRO WEEK: Campaign Money Flows to Tucson Area TV

About $1M spent on political TV advertising in Southern Arizona in July.

GOP Candidates in CD1 Argue Conservative Values, Broad Appeal

Three Republicans vying for party nomination say they can win general election against Democratic incumbent Rep. Kirkpatrick.

AZ Week: A Look at GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Forum

Five of six hopefuls debated state economic recovery plans, illegal immigration; primary election is Aug. 26.

Republicans in CD2 Race Would Rewrite Immigration, Border Bill

Kais, McSally, Wooten would have voted against Senate version of reform, call security top issue.

Wide Range of AZ Economic Solutions from Candidates

GOP gubernatorial hopefuls prescribe reforming taxes, bolstering education system, reducing regulation, curbing illegal immigration.

Challenger Brnovich Attacks Atty. Gen. Horne's Legal Woes in Debate

Republican candidates for attorney general squared off in PHX Monday night; primary election is Aug. 26.

60,000 Try Tucson Streetcar on Weekend Inaugural Runs

Free rides lead to packed cars along 4-mile route of new, $200M system; operations almost glitch free, officials say.

Pols Want 'Border Security,' But Benefit from Immigration: Expert

Influx of Central American women, children isn't threat in and of itself but can beget other issues, she says.

Nearly 5,500 Unaccompanied Child Migrants Processed at Nogales Facility

Shelter opened May 31 when federal officers in Texas were overwhelmed with numbers crossing from Central America.

Tucson Streetcar Debuts to Crowds, Hot Weather

Hundreds turn out for downtown ribbon cutting, first rides along 4-mile route on $196M rail system.

AZ Week: Journalists Who Journeyed with Immigrants Tell Their Story

'The complexities of immigration' reflected in cross-country trip, story of Guatemalan woman and her daughter.

City Prepares for Streetcar Inauguration

First 3 days, rides are free; will run from morning hour to late at night in 10, 20 and 30-minute intervals.

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