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UA Raises Salaries for Group of Lowest-Paid Faculty Members

Full-time lecturer with Ph.D must work second job off campus.

Members of the Globe Hotshots work a controlled burn near Reddington Pass in May of 2015. The Bureau of Land Management will form a similar crew and stationed it at Ft. Huachuca for the 2016 fire season.

Southern Arizona Gets First Hotshot Wildfire Crew

Fort Huachuca-based crew will be the only one in the state south of Phoenix

Forecast: El Niño Winter Could Bring Snow on Cactus

Monsoon was normal; strong El Niño storms likely on the way in February, March, April.

A baby Sonoran desert tortoise.

Desert Tortoise Extinction Unlikely, Agency Says

Iconic animal found only in Arizona, still considered 'Species of Greatest Conservation Need'

Cheap Oil Good For Arizona Industry, Consumers

All effects of low gasoline prices in local economy positive, expert says

Pinal Sheriff Babeu, Speaker Gowan Run for Congress

They become fourth and fifth candidates seeking Republican nomination in 1st District.

AZ WEEK: Drug Addiction and Heroin 'Pandemic' in Arizona

More than 2,000 people are being treated for opiate addiction in Pima County alone.

METRO WEEK: Recall Election in Oro Valley Over Club Purchase

Mayor, three Town Council members face competitors in November balloting.

Grocery Prices Rise 6% in Three Months in Arizona

Much of the increase can be traced to the cost of beef

UA Tech Park Welcomes Company to its Incubator

Hamilton Innovations aims to improve handicap-accessible telecommunications.

Arizona Spotlight for October 2nd, 2015

Remembering "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" with stars Ellen Burstyn and Diane Ladd; the challenges of being the first in your family to attend college, Chris Dashiell previews the first Tucson Festival of Films.

Downtown Tucson

State Faces Difficulties, But Futurist Group Optimistic

Report says despite struggles in education, economy, state has 'elements to come of age.'

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

Rep. Salmon Says He Won't Challenge McCain for Senate

Attention falls to others as conservatives express dissatisfaction with 5-term senator.

State Loses Round in Foster Care Civil Rights Case

Judge lets stand lawsuit alleging lack of health care for 17,000 children in state custody.

Schools Chief: Pay Teachers More, Kill Common Core

Education reform plan includes teacher mentoring, tax incentives for educators.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Arizona Charter Schools Receive $16M in Federal Grant

US Department of Education asks Congress for more new, expanding schools.

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