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Don't File That Arizona Tax Return Just Yet, Advisers Say

The Legislature and the governor are still at odds over the tax code.

More Than 65K Arizonans Have Registered to Vote Since November

The secretary of state says the number of active voters in the state has increased to about 3.8 million.

Mark Kelly Enters the Race for McCain's Senate Seat

The former astronaut is launching a bid to unseat Sen. Martha McSally.

County Supervisors Seek Plans to Develop Kino South Complex

Expansion of the sports site will include a 20-acre commercial development.

Mothers Take First Step Toward Lawsuit Over Family Separations

The women, who were separated from their children at the border, are seeking millions in damages from the U.S. government.

Arizona Senate Puts the Brakes on Vehicle Fee

State lawmakers are trying to repeal a new registration fee.

Green Valley Residents at Odds on the Wall

A GoFundMe event to raise private dollars to build a wall drew immediate opposition from Green Valley Samaritans.

US Investigation Into Mexican Tomatoes Could Hurt Imports, Industry Rep Says

A Commerce Department decision means an investigation into tomato dumping will resume in May.

In Sonora, Hunting Means Big Business and Conservation

State officials are estimating up to $30 million in economic impact this season.

Mexican University Collaboration With UA Gets New Leadership

Elena Centeno, a geology researcher from UNAM in Mexico City, is returning to the UA to head the Tucson office of the Mexican university.

Oro Valley Police Chief Supports State Ban on Texting While Driving

How the town enforces its own hands-free ordinance.

Ratifying the ERA; Texting While Driving; Aviation Tech at PCC

A look at early initiatives in the Arizona Legislature.

Microbes Aren't as Bad as You Might Think, Researchers Say

UA professor promotes findings that show certain bacteria are good for you.

Moving the Needle on Education

A look at the continuing challenges for public education in Arizona following a year of grassroots efforts like #RedForEd.

Shooting Closes Lanes at Downtown Nogales Border Crossing

Officials are still piecing together what happened in the shooting involving a car heading southbound into Mexico.

Nogales Officials Threaten to Sue the Government Over Border Razor Wire

The mayor and council passed a resolution to demand the razor wire come down.

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