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Tucsonan Kelly Fryer Enters Governor Race

CEO of YWCA of Southern Arizona becomes 3rd Democrat seeking top AZ seat.

Salvadorans In Arizona To Lose Temporary Protected Status

One group estimates about 1,000 Salvadorans in Arizona have the status; some fear the possibility of violence if they return.

Pima County Sheriff Warns of Jury Duty Scam

Scammers demand prepaid gift cards, something the department says it would never do.

Leaders, Community Members Gather to Dedicate Site for Jan. 8 Memorial

Construction on memorial for mass shooting expected to start later this year.

Ducey's 2018 State of the State Address

The Arizona governor lays out his 2018 priorities.

Understanding Water Challenges for Agricultural Communities

Arizona would take the biggest reduction in the Lower Basin of the Colorado River.

CAP: Lake Mead Low, But Don't Expect a Water Shortage This Year

Central Arizona Project says the lake has been kept stable through conservation partnerships.

Teacher Pay or Capital Improvements — How Do Schools Administer Money?

A conversation with Ricky Hernández of the Pima County Superintendent's Office.

State of State Preview: Education Funding a Top Priority

Ducey's gives an idea of his 2018 agenda in the lead-up to his State of the State address.

Number of Flu Cases Spikes Early in the Season, Health Official Says

The number of reported cases is 16 times greater than it was last year.

Tucson Water Using Basins to Conserve Colorado River Water

The basins have become a conservation tool for cities outside of Tucson, including Phoenix.

Tucson Author Hopes to Impact Immigration Debate With Book

Denise Holley focuses on the story of Rosa Robles Loreto, who spurred the "We stand with Rosa" movement.

New Year, Same Challenges — What's Next for Arizona?

In the first episode of Arizona 360, a look ahead with Gov. Ducey on topics like education and water.

Pima County Sales Tax Plan Could Speed Road Repairs

County supervisors want feedback at public hearings this month.

Immigration Court Backlog Surging

Judges say system is broken

Tougher Federal Rules Create Turmoil for Medical Marijuana Growers

Change to enforcement priorities has created turmoil in the state's $360 million medical pot industry.

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