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8 in 10 Say Uncivil Speech a Problem

UA institute seeks better dialogue while upholding First Amendment

Tucson Police Department sergeant in a traffic stop.

80 Law Officers to be Hired Locally

Tucson Police, Pima County Sheriff’s departments expanding ranks this summer

Richard Miranda (D), Arizona State Representative, speaks to Michael Chihak about majority minority district representatives in Arizona and how a majority minority representative candidate will be selected.

Ex-Legislator Miranda: 27 Months in Prison

U.S. judge ignores plea for leniency in $145K charity fraud case

Jan. 8 Suspect's Next Hearing June 27

Jared Loughner's stay in Missouri continues for now

Tombstone Striking Out in Courts in Water Fight

Supreme Court denies emergency injunction for pipeline repairs

Sonoran Desert Bald Eagle Protection In Limbo

Conservationists criticize removal from endangered species list

AZ Pension Overhaul Ruled Unconstitutional

Public retirement benefits cannot be 'diminished or impaired'

river in New Mexico

Officials Break Ground on Navajo Water Project

$1 billion pipeline project will serve over 40 Navajo communities

SB 1070 protest.

Judge Halts Challenge to SB1070

Two other challenges to AZ immigration law remain alive


Heat Sets Records; More to Come

June begins with excessive warmth in Arizona: Phoenix 111, Tucson 107

Tucson City Councilman Cunningham Apologizes

Democrat (left) says he's sorry for what 'might be considered inappropriate'

public domain U.S. Capitol image

Congressional Candidates Are Big Spenders

With election a week away, Barber, Kelly pull out financial stops to win votes

Principals Rate UA Teaching Grads High

State survey shows first-year educators scoring higher than average

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