Construction starts in 2016. North Campbell complex will expand to the west.
But plan to begin classes after Labor Day gets virtually no support.
Innovate or perish. Competition is now the name of the game.
Hospital will remain locally owned.
Schools burnish appeal of computer science classes, but participation is down.
New doctors could get relief for practicing where needed.
Erica Holmes has been in her current job only since July.
High school would serve grades seven through 12 under TUSD proposal.
Lauffer students shine
at model competition
Rejection of new internal auditor position doesn't generate confidence.
More than 800,000 university students nationwide will be surveyed online.
Schools hope a marketing deal brings better student communication and new revenue.
Art students created a mural celebrating the UA-led NASA mission.
TUSD has four months to submit a revised magnet plan.
Douglas wants teacher pay raises, says children are Common Core "guinea pigs."
Position would have guarded against noncompliance, theft, inefficient practices, other unfavorable circumstances.
Council OKs plan for closed schools, but TUSD must sign off
Move to cut spending on higher education not surprising, but definitely disappointing.
The change to Banner-University Medical Center Tucson is expected late next month.
CPGraphics received more than 1,000 requests for free reams of paper
City hopes incentives could fill empty TUSD schools.
The scholarship was awarded to the Basis student by Inside Tucson Business.
The open house is on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Officials at both schools express dismay over the size of the proposed cuts.
The University of Arizona cut is part of a $75 million package of proposed cuts to the state's public university system.