Arizona universities could face $110M funding cut

Arizona universities could face $110M funding cut

Lawmakers also to eliminate state aid to community colleges in Pima and Maricopa counties.

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Rock Bottom Railroad's motto is “The brew must get through.”

Arizona basketball: Cats focus on sweep, not top seed

Arizona basketball: Cats focus on sweep, not top seed

UA faces Cal and Stanford, looking to complete another perfect season at home. 

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Tucson to find new site for downtown homeless camp

Tucson to find new site for downtown homeless camp

Denver-style policy would mean the end of plywood houses on downtown sidewalks.

Steller: Tucson judge pretends gay marriage isn't real

Steller: Tucson judge pretends gay marriage isn't real

Although same-sex marriage is legal in Arizona, he refuses to grant couple's divorce.

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No funding cut for TUSD over ethnic studies

No funding cut for TUSD over ethnic studies

While the state will not withhold $14 million in aid, it will continue monitoring TUSD cultu…

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