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Economist: Tucson Growth Will Outpace National by 2017

Government spending and population growth will spur economy, UA analyst says.

Oro Valley Town Council members facing recall, from left: Mayor Satish Hiremath, Councilman Lou Waters, Councilwoman Mary Snider, Councilman Joe Hornat.

3 Oro Valley Council Members Face Recall; Mayor Targeted

Hornat, Snider, Waters can stand for election in November; petitions still circulating against Hiremath.

CAP officials say up to 160 million gallons of water poured through a rupture in a CAP canal before engineers were able shut off the flow from the Colorado River.

Arizona Water Chief: California Should Share Drought Burden

During shortage, Arizona absorbs majority of cuts of Colorado River allocations.

Want to Cut Food Waste? Change How You Shop

New research shows more frequent trips to grocery store can keep food fresh, save money.

Same-Sex Wedding, Honeymoon Expo Coming to Tucson

Such events gaining interest, growing quickly in wake of expanded marriage rights.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Ducey Names Director of Arizona-Mexico Commission

Former UA Assistant VP Kim Sabow will head nonprofit trade group.

Interstate 10 traffic jam.

Traffic Deaths Decline 9% in Arizona in 2014

Alcohol-related fatalities, crashes decline; overall, number of crashes up 2%, ADOT reports.

Obama Cabinet Members Laud Tucson Homeless Vets' Efforts

HUD, Labor, VA secretaries visit job training center

Police Officers Investigated in Tucson Prostitution Ring

Chief confirms state looking into possible involvement in local brothel case dating to 2011.

Group Seeks to Cap Tuition by Voter Initiative

Proposal to limit university cost increases in signature-gathering stage for 2016 ballot.

MOCA's mobile pools will be open to members from June 20th through September 26th.

Swim at an Art Museum? You Can in Downtown Tucson

Donated pools will be auctioned after summer to raise money for contemporary art center.

Betty Halvorson receiving one of her regular blood transfusions.

Blood Donations Decline with Summer, Need Remains

'100 Days of Summer, 100 Days of Hope' launched by Red Cross to increase supplies.

The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Arizona Law Denying Bail to Some Immigrants Rejected

US Supreme Court declines to hear Maricopa County appeal to keep voter-approved measure.

'Operation Chill Out' Starts for Tucson's Homeless

The Salvation Army of Tucson going to parks to hand out water, hats, sunscreen.

The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

Feeling Ill? 104-Degree High, Ongoing Heat May Be Reason

Pima County health officials warn of dangers of extreme temperatures with summer upon us.

AZ WEEK: Preparing for Hot Senate Race in 2016

Also, state schools chief meets with Southern Arizonans to hear educational ideas.

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