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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio Hearing Raises Ethical Questions

Maricopa County sheriff disclosed he knew of investigations with possible links to judge.

A 25-panel rooftop solar power array.

Tucson Electric Power Seeks Bids For Energy Storage Facility

Move is trial to see if the utility can further use renewable energy.

Faced with Cuts, 'Camp Cooper' Turns to Public for Help

The camp will lose about half of $200,000 staffing budget next year

University of Arizona's Old Main.

UA Professor Charged with Defrauding Meat Store

Long-term faculty member indicted on 10 felony accusations he misappropriated money.

Raul H. Castro, Arizona governor from 1975 to 1977.

Bill Would Rename Douglas Port of Entry For Late Gov. Raúl Castro

The U.S. House voted to name the port after Arizona's first and only Hispanic governor

The Grand Canyon.

Meetings Set on Development Plan Near Grand Canyon

Builder wants guest ranch, hotels, retail outlets, hundreds of houses near South Rim entrance.

Pima County Bankruptcy Filings Continue to Decline

Local numbers show reduction in line with national average.

El Conquistador Resort and Golf Course in Oro Valley, north of Tucson.

Oro Valley Group Files Recall Petitions For 3 Council Members

Targeted officials voted in favor of El Conquistador Country Club purchase.

State Board of Ed Begins Work to Revise K-12 Standards

Board establishes committee to oversee changes to Math and English teaching guidelines.

Molly Reed, an outdoor learning teacher, walks through Borton Primary Magnet School's garden.

Tucson Schools Serve Bounty from Gardens

Swiss chard, lettuce, kale, cumquats, strawberries planted, grown and harvested by students.

Bill Would Unground A-10 Aircraft

Proposed defense bill includes more than $680 million to keep the A-10 fleet fully operational

AZ WEEK EXTRA: Juan Pablo Guzman

Success story from an Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind graduate.

Few understand the struggles that families and friends of victims face in the aftermath of homicide.

Challenge to Arizona's Death Penalty Law Scheduled

Maricopa judge will hear arguments over number of 'aggravated factors' allowing execution sentence.

Tucson City Council Election Season Begins

First candidate seeking a spot on the ballot files nomination signatures, other candidatess have about a month to do the same

Career Expo Focuses on Emerging Technologies

Tucson area youth and parents encouraged to enroll by Friday for next week's event.

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

National Parks Add Millions to Arizona Economy

Annual report shows $837 million spent at area National Parks in 2014

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