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Ducey Defends No-Tax Budget Growth of Teacher Pay Raise Plan

Meanwhile, educators push initiative to raise taxes on those with high incomes.

Outlook for Colorado River This Year Remains Grim

April storms did not produce much snow to feed the Southwest's most vital river, agency says.

How Are Teachers Paid? A Discussion of School Funding With Former Supe

John Pedicone says the education debate is about much more than teacher salaries.

Over 1,000 Attend Service for Slain Arizona Police Officer

Nogales officer Jesus Cordova was killed responding to an emergency call on April 27.

Environmental Groups Plan to Sue to Protect Moth Found in Arizona

Group claims the Patagonia eyed silkmoth's lone U.S. habitat is a site near Patagonia.

Exploring the Daily Impact of the Teacher Walkout

How the Capitol, a church and classrooms in Southern Arizona responded to the protests.

Sheriff Talks Change in Nogales, a Community Rattled by Officer Killing

Sheriff Tony Estrada discusses recent violence and the role of law enforcement in the quiet border town.

Budget Passed; Walkout, Day by Day; Fallen Nogales Officer

Plus, an employment lawyer explains why school districts likely won't be held liable for the walkout.

Pima County Superintendent on Property Tax Increase in Budget

The same budget that offers teachers raises requires TUSD to levy a secondary property tax.

UA, Banner Get Record $60M Grant in Nationwide Health Study

"All Of Us" research program through the NIH to study the health of 1 million Americans.

Border Patrol Highlights Search and Rescue in Safety Initiative

Human rights groups say while there is an uneasy relationship with Border Patrol, saving lives is what matters.

Arizona Legislature Closes Session With Big Issues Undone

No action taken on two big initiatives from the governor and a contentious school voucher law.

Navajo Teachers Change Rally Cry To 'Rez For Ed'

Many rural schools stayed open during a statewide walkout, but teachers there participated in their own ways.

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

Arizona Legislature Wraps Up Budget Amid Teacher Protests

Educators looked on as lawmakers worked all night to approve the spending plan.

Multiple Court Cases Up Confusion, Anxiety for DACA Recipients

States are suing to force the total end of the program protecting some immigrants from deportation.

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