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Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

It's Official: Tucson Will Ask Voters for Higher Sales Tax

Council votes unanimously to hold May special election on half-cent measure.

Soup kitchen workers hand out food to the homeless.

HUD to Provide $37M to Fight Homelessness in Arizona

$8M of that coming to Tucson and Pima County for 31 agencies.

Mexican Poinsettias: Tradition, Commerce and Diplomacy

Market for the winter-blooming flower another tie between Mexico and US.

2,100 Expected for Annual Christmas Street Banquet

Tucson's Gospel Rescue Mission will serve 700 pounds of turkey and trimmings.

200,000 Arizonans Could Lose Insurance if Obamacare Axed

Trump has said he is willing to keep some parts of the Affordable Care Act.

Tucson City Council voted to ask Sun Tran management to "make every effort" to end the strike immediately on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2016.

Tucson Politicians: Push Is on to Be Immigrant Friendly City

City Council will vote on resolution, stopping short of calling city a sanctuary.

Sales Tax Revenue Turns in Another 'Poor Performance'

Monthly state revenue report says revenues fall short of budget by 0.4% for month.

A locker at Desert Christian High School.

Arizona Youth Drinking Alcohol Less, Survey Suggests

Though engaging in risky behavior still increases with age.

White Christmas for Southern Arizona's Higher Elevations?

Overnight snow level on Saturday dips to 4,000 feet, which includes Tucson's upper reaches.

Old Tucson Founder Robert Shelton Dies at 95

Movie location turned amusement park was his vision decades ago.

More Choose Bus over Driving to Go from Arizona to Mexico

Riders say it is safer, cheaper and more comfortable than driving.

Ducey on Minimum Wage Suit: We'll Follow Court's Decision

The Arizona governor is leaving it to the judge, says state will pay it if it takes effect.

Gov. Doug Ducey with seven members of the Arizona Supreme Court following the swearing in of Justice Gould and Justice Lopez at the state capitol. Dec. 19, 2016

First Latino, One Other Justice Join Arizona Supreme Court

State's high court has now officially expanded to seven members.

Trees, Large Plants on I-19 Will Be Cleared as Safety Measure

Woody vegetation within 30 feet of the highway will be removed by ADOT.

Al Pesqueira led a team of volunteers to count homeless people in South Tucson. "The homeless see that they do count, that they matter to these volunteers and to the different agencies in Pima County," he said.

Volunteers Needed to Count Tucson's Homeless Population

Annual survey will be held on Jan. 25, in Tucson and across the US.

Storm Drain Under Port of Entry in Nogales Needs $10 Million Fix

City officials fear the 650-foot tunnel could collapse in the next few years.

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