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Episode 314: Groups Take State to Court to Pay for Critical School Repairs
And the Sawmill Fire led to evacuations and a $7 million containment effort.
Some 'Dreamers' Return to Mexico to Attend College
Tradeoff is taking numerous steps to navigate educational bureaucracy.
Legislature OKs $9.8B Budget; Universities Funded
House adjourns at 3:55 a.m. after deal-making abounds in marathon session.
Why Arizona Teachers Leave: Pay Tops Other Reasons
Report explores what some call a teacher crisis faced by the state's schools.
Arizona Border Counties Form Coalition to Protect Trade with Mexico
Four-county effort emphasizes healthy ties.
McSally Yes; Grijalva, O'Halleran No on Obamacare Repeal
Southern Arizona congressional delegation splits along party lines on key vote.
Hot Spring: Tucson Hits 100 Degrees Earlier Than Normal
Meteorologist say Thursday reading makes it 7th earliest date to reach century mark.
Legislature Votes Thursday on $9.8 Billion Budget Plan
Funding for three state universities on the line as some Republicans balk.
Private Prison Reports Profit Boost from Immigrants
The Geo Group told investors that revenue is up by $41 million.
Local Governments Work to Build Consensus to Keep RTA
RTA completed several construction projects in Pima County over the past decade.
Bill for University Repairs OKs Funding for 2018-19
An Arizona Senate committee sent the measure to the Senate floor.
Border's New Boundaries, Part IV: Natural Wall May Suffice
Big Bend National Park's cliffs along Rio Grande could be enough deterrent.
TUSD May Seek to Borrow up to $300M for Buildings
Survey asks if voters would pass bond issue for facilities maintenance.
Teachers, Schools May Get More Under Legislative Budget
Bills moving through both chambers Wednesday include 1% teacher pay raise.
Pima County Next to Restrict Cell Phone Use While Driving
County joins Tucson, Oro Valley, and it goes into effect June 1.
The Border's New Boundaries, Part III: Silence from Violence
Border journalism has become increasingly deadly, at least for those on the Mexican side.
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