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No increases for AZ resident undergrads in tuition proposals

University presidents reflect a commitment to ensuring affordable education despite the financial hardships caused by the pandemic

Anniversary of first COVID-19 cases among Tohono O'odham members

According Tohono O'odham Nation Health Care in early March 2021, 1,740 tribal members had contracted the disease.

Forest Service opens public comment for horse removal plan

The Agency has given an eastern Arizona community near Heber until late April to weigh in

First week back goes ‘tremendously smooth’ TUSD superintendent says

About half of the district's students returned to campuses for the first time in a year

Education notebook: Pima County students return to campuses after spring break

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Pima County gets FEMA COVID-19 vaccine site

The state changes course on allowing FEMA to come in.

Tucson city budget town hall: community safety

City officials say they want to hear how the public would allocate the budget for services like policing and housing.

Ducey reopens bars, lifts mask mandates

Tucson keeps mask rule under city charter

Extreme and exceptional drought stretching across southern Arizona

Tony Paniagua spoke to one rancher impacted by the dry conditions.

Ducey bashes Biden’s border and immigration policies

The governor criticized the president's appointment of Vice President Harris to help oversee the administration's response.

Border apprehensions, drought impacts, COVID vaccine demand

Lorraine Rivera sits down with Gov. Ducey to discuss his criticisms of President Biden's border policies and vaccine distribution.

Arizona legislature proposes controversial changes to election laws

Voting advocates criticize bills that could change the permanent early voting list or mail-in ballots.

La Indita has launched a fundraising campaign to buy its own building

The Tohono O'odham-Mexican restaurant will be moving in April but hopes to stay on Fourth Avenue.

Arizona unemployment above national average

The state unemployment rate crept up in February.

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