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Can Early Childhood Education Improve Business Community?

A recent United Way event educates local business on benefits of early education

US Investigating Tucson Wholesale Electricity Prices

TEP, four sister companies and APS are at the center of inquiry.

La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, 2015

'Fine Bunch of Cowboys' Compete at Tucson Rodeo

Top contestants will compete Sunday for more than $460,000 in prizes

School Suspension Alternative? One-on-One Attention

Class is final option for Sunnyside students facing long-term discipline.

CITY OF TUCSON'S GENERAL FUND SPENDING FOR 2013-14, TOTALING $466 MILLION

Tucson Budget Deficit Down, But Still $25 Million

Early retirements, benefits adjustments have helped; tax increase request possible.

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

Businessman Will Pay $1.3M for Leaky Gasoline Tank

In what state calls landmark decision, man will pay for cleanup of Tucson property.

Tucsonans Want Road Repairs, But Split on Taxes for Them

Mayor sought public opinion on sales, property tax increases to fix deficit.

One Immigration Control Bill OK'd; Two Others Turned Away

State Senate rejects 'sanctuary city' penalty, city ID limits; OKs mandatory prison terms.

Tucson Museum of Art Names Floridian as New Director

Appointment follows departure of Robert Knight, who led the museum for 10 years.

$5.9M for Water Conservation Near Fort Huachuca

Tucson non-profit Arizona Land and Water Trust will get federal money.

Recycling Pickups Will Resume for South Tucson in April

Residents of the 1.2-square mile city have been without recycling since September.

What Stereotypes Are There in Tucson? Dímelo Explores

Dímelo's first story mailbox is up on Tumamoc Hill

Doctor Puts Hands, Head, Heart into School Instrument Repair

Meet Ned Bloomfield, a 17-year volunteer of the TUSD's instrumental repair shop.

The Art of Paying Attention: Hummingbird Etiquette

Beth Surdut tells about a treasure hunt that begins with bird droppings and leads to one of the desert's smallest, fastest inhabitants.

Rep. Raúl Grijalva reads to 5th grade students at Davis Elementary on February 18, 2016.

Grijalva Calls for More Literacy, Dual-Language Programs

Pair of education bills would support family literacy and dual language education.

Do Property Taxes Inhibit Pima County's Economic Growth?

Politicians often point to property taxes as a force that drives away business

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