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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Many of the changes would affect only people who will be hired into public safety in the future.

  • Tom Margenau www.creators.com

Accounting tricks to minimize annual income taxes can haunt you when you go to collect Social Security.

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  • Tom Margenau www.creators.com

Confusion is often caused by the way questions are phrased or how the facts are presented.

The Tucson Unified School District is considering buying $1.5 million in software to replace the error-prone, paper-driven systems currently in place.

  • Stacie Scott

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  • The Associated Press The Associated Press

PRESCOTT - Some of the firefighters killed in an Arizona wildfire were classified as seasonal employees with the city of Prescott, so their fa…

  • Donn Jones

Dierks Bentley

  • ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Christopher Titus

  • Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Country music star and Arizona native Dierks Bentley will host a concert July 22 in Prescott to benefit the families of the 19 Granite Mountai…

  • Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Veterans waiting more than a year for a decision on their disability claims are moving to the front of the line, under a new prog…

  • Mamta Popat/Arizona Daily Star

Ann Weaver Hart, president of the University of Arizona

  • P.K. Weis

Northern Arizona University president

  • Carol Ann Alaimo Arizona Daily Star

The presidents of Arizona's three public universities are voicing support for tuition breaks for immigrants who entered the country illegally …

  • Paul Sakuma

president

  • Paul Davenport The Associated Press

PHOENIX - Just days after giving governors more time to declare whether states would commit to running online marketplaces for subsidized heal…

  • Becky Pallack/Arizona Daily Star

With state budget cuts looming, Pima's governing board tells employees not to expect a raise, but benefits will be held harmless.