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UA Medical Board Agrees Ousted Surgeon Wrongfully Fired

University Physicians Healthcare says it will adopt recommendations by independent panel including reinstating Rainer Gruessner as faculty member.

Ducey, DuVal Debates Kick Off Next Week in Chandler

Democratic gubernatorial candidate's campaign says Republican had agreed to five debates.

AZ WEEK: DuVal Says Improving Education Means Better Economy

Arizona governor candidate says part of attracting businesses is having a highly skilled workforce.

EPA Finalizes Emissions Reduction Rules for 6 AZ Facilities

Measures are expected to cut more than 32,000 tons of pollutants each year; Tucson Electric Sundt included.

We take a look at some of the construction projects that are being funded by a voter-approved half cent sales tax increase in 2006.

Pima County Receives Funds for Expansion Work at Port of Tucson

Money awarded part of a $5M federal grant; project meant to increase amount port can unload.

Outside Money Pours In as CD1, CD2 Races in Full Swing

Many TV ads paid for by national GOP, Democratic campaign committees; millions ready to be spent in Southern Arizona races.

Brewer Requests Federal Disaster Aid for Maricopa Amid Flash Floods

Last month's heavy rain in area affected 350 homes, according to governor's office; rained 7 of 8 consecutive days.

Immigrant children at Border Patrol's Nogales warehouse where they were processed and detained in June 2014.

Arrests of Unaccompanied Minors in Southern AZ Border Continue to Drop

Still, more than 900 child migrants apprehended in July, August in Border Patrol’s Tucson sector.

Federal Grant Supports Healthcare Enrollments in Pima County

Award nearly totals $200K from US Dept. of Health; initiative aims to get low-income women insured.

AZ Abortion Regulations Battle Heads to US Supreme Court

Attorney General Horne asks court to review appellate decision putting regs on hold while lawsuit plays out.

Feds Send Purchase Offers to Native Land Owners in Southern AZ

Department of the Interior spending close to $100M as part of Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations in Arizona, Montana.

Navajo County Supervisor Fills in Vacated Seat by Death of Sen. Crandell

Senator died in Aug. in a horseback riding accident; Sylvia Allen running against an independent for that seat in Nov. general elections.

Primary Election Vote Count Winds Down

3,300 early, provisional ballots remain in 4 counties, with CD1 race still undecided; tally deadline is Wednesday.

Republican congressional candidate Andy Tobin.

UPDATE: Tobin Wins in CD1 as Kiehne Concedes

Arizona House speaker is GOP nominee in sprawling district, winning by margin of 0.6% or fewer than 400 votes.

Tucson Teen Wins Pima County Anti-Graffiti Poster Contest

14-year-old Nicholas Daniels was one of 17 entries in Make Art Not Graffiti; to be recognized in today's Board of Supervisors meeting.

A map of the Arizona Congressional districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

No Winner Clear Yet in 1st Congressional District

House Speaker Andy Tobin holds 359-vote lead over rancher Gary Kiehne with several hundred ballots left.

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