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Immigration and the Economy, if Campaign Promises Hold
Plus, looking ahead with a Border Patrol union rep; looking back with political analysis.
Incivility After Elections; Ray Carroll On Years as Supervisor
Plus, USS Arizona memorial exhibits and events.
Ballot Counting Nears Completion in Pima County
19,000 provisional ballots found valid; late count not expected to affect results.
Legislative Numbers: Little Change in Party Breakdown
Democrats had hoped to make up ground, but both chambers largely unchanged.
Tucson to Seek Half-Cent Sales Tax Increase for Police, Roads
Proposal would raise $250M in five years for public safety, street maintenance.
Mexican President to Meet with Trump Pre-Inauguration
Government officials say Peña Nieto wants to open dialogue early.
Grijalva: Democratic Party Must Reform Itself After Losses
Party leadership needs new people, new consultants, new message, he says.
Election Analysis: 'McSally ... just about perfect candidate'
What will governance look like now that Southern Arizona's races are decided?
Flagstaff Elects Its First African-American Mayor
Coral Evans ran on a platform of responsible growth, affordable housing and water.
Napier Wins Pima County Sheriff's Race, Ousting Nanos
Indictment of Nanos' second-in-command one month before election hurt him.
Trump, McCain, McSally Keep Arizona a Red State
Democrats manage to hold 4 congressional seats in an otherwise Republican rout.
Hundreds Wait at Douglas Polling Spot as Ballots Run Out
Up to 300 in line at one time; 30 remained as late as 9:30 p.m. election night.
Pima County Election Officials: Vote Totals Will Come Late
'May not finish counting until early Wednesday morning, possibly as late as 3 a.m.'
Trump Keeps Arizona Red, Turns Nation Red, Too
Final week of campaigning by both candidates, running mates, shows state was in play.
Dustin Williams Poised to be Pima County Superintendent
Leads opponent Margaret Burkholder by more than 15,000 votes.
Water May Flow Regularly in Santa Cruz River Within 2 Years
Tucson Water project will use reclaimed water to restore a portion of the river's flow.
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