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AZ WEEK: Arizona Universities Brace for Cuts

How will higher-education institutions and students absorb $77M in state aid reductions?

Officer's Suspension Upheld in Disturbance Near UA Campus

Tucson police reject appeal in incident in which female college student was knocked over.

Arizona Board of Regents Chairman Mark Killian (center) meets with University of Arizona students, Feb. 5, 2015.

Regents Want Cuts Reversed With Budget Improvement

'Defunding universities goes against state's goals of economic growth,' Regents president says.

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Bill to Index Tax Brackets to Inflation OK'd on 1st Vote

Not indexing results in 'hidden tax' when income goes up for inflation, sponsoring legislator says.

We explore the process by which minerals are formed. Courtesy: Eight, Arizona PBS in Phoenix

Business Report: It's Gem & Mineral Time in Tucson

Event brings in estimated $120 million in direct spending, 55,000 visitors over two weeks.

UA professor wins Fulbright to study US born/educated students in Mexico.

Immigrant Outreach Increases Anticipating Obama Plan

Mexican consulate in Tucson hosting informational session Saturday with immigration lawyers.

Oro Valley Can Move Ahead to Buy El Conquistador

Judge upholds town clerk's throwing out of referendum petition on clerical error.

Just a small portion of the Saguaro National Forest conservation area.

Training to Preserve Saguaro Park Through Good Practices

Traveling pair from 'Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics' will be at park this weekend.

Talk to Gov. Ducey About Education at Town Hall

Phone-in question-and-answer meeting Thursday at 7 pm will focus on 'Classrooms First.'

The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Pope: End 'Inhuman' Conditions for Immigrants; Mentions Nogales

Francis I writes to border priest who gets teens involved in humane solutions to border crossings.

Arizona Board of Regents Chairman Mark Killian (center) meets with University of Arizona students, Feb. 5, 2015.

Regents President: Budget Cuts 'Imminent' at Universities

Students show up en masse, ask for budgeting transparency, grad student 'living wage.'

Affordable Care Act Signups Top 170K in Arizona

Nearly 50% increase from last year, federal health officials report; deadline to enroll Feb. 15.

Tucson Looking to Replace Street Lights With LED

Phoenix putting 90,000 energy-efficient bulbs in place; Tucson plans to start in 6 months.

Legislative Panel OKs Call for Convention to Amend Constitution

House Committee on Federalism, States’ Rights wants balanced budget provision.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

State Issues Its OKs on Rosemont Water Quality

Decision now moves to federal level - Forest Service and Army Corps of Engineers.

McSally Pushes Border Security Bill

She leads Republican effort on House floor to move legislation that stalled last month.

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