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Cost of living in Arizona's smaller cities

Cost of living in Arizona's smaller cities

When WalletHub made a list of the most livable smaller cities in the United States, they included a lot of criteria, including the number of bars per capita. We decided to rank Arizona's cities on the list by cost of living. Apache Junction has the lowest cost of living, and therefore is th…

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HS basketball: Nerves slow Nighthawks in state semifinals

HS basketball: Nerves slow Nighthawks in state semifinals

Ironwood Ridge finishes off history year with 59-50 loss to Maricopa.

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2 teens killed in Pinal County rollover wreck

2 teens killed in Pinal County rollover wreck

All three occupants of a pickup truck were ejected in the crash.

December 29, 2014 10:07 am
Senate declines vote on Glendale casino issue

Senate declines vote on Glendale casino issue

Tohono O'odham plan to build a casino on the outskirts of Glendale.

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Chicanos Por La Causa awarded family literacy grant

The $480,000 grant will fund a 2-year family literacy program. 

July 27, 2014 2:45 pmLoading…

Grant helps Latino families navigate education, health systems

Helios Education Foundation awarded the $480,000 grant to Chicanos Por La Causa.

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Grim forecast for Arizona job growth worse in Pima County

PHOENIX — Stagnant. Slow. Subpar.

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Tombstone credit union to merge into Vantage West

Tombstone Federal Credit Union will merge into Tucson-based Vantage West Credit Union, Southern Arizona’s largest credit union, effective May 1, the credit union said today.

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2 killed in Sonora shooting were Arizona residents

Two men shot to death in Nogales, Sonora were Arizona residents, the Mexican state police reported Monday.

March 17, 2014 4:30 pm
Pat Darcy: City needs change in direction

Pat Darcy: City needs change in direction

As someone who grew up in Tucson I have seen the best and worst of our city, and I feel it is headed in the wrong direction.

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Fitz Blog:Your elected geniuses

Let us review your Legislature’s noteworthy achievements so far:

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Fitz Blog: The Pledge of Allegiance is in the news

Rep. Steve Smith, a Republican from Maricopa and sponsor of a bill requiring all students to say the pledge of allegiance, suffered a setback when his head exploded. When an aide informed Smith the pledge was written in 1892 by Francis Bellamy, a prominent socialist, Smith’s head spun, tripl…

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Around the State

Enviros plan to sue over gray-wolf policy

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Arpaio selling pink underwear with Spanish print

Arpaio selling pink underwear with Spanish print

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio began issuing pink underwear to inmates more than 15 years ago to cut down on pilferage.

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Judge pay of $2.5M could hit county

Pima County could end up spending another $1.5 million to $2.5 million on Superior Court judges' salaries, and jurors could lose their $12 daily stipend, if the state's judicial branch has to cut another 15 percent from its budget.

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College board president gets 30 days for DUI

PHOENIX — The president of the Maricopa Community Colleges' Governing Board has pleaded guilty to drunken driving and will serve 30 days in jail.

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Tucson Western Music Festival to celebrate songwriters

The Western Music Association was born in Tucson in the late 1980s, and the city proudly staged a weeklong Western music festival here until the early 2000s.

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New law to redraw Pinal lines voided

PHOENIX — A judge has voided a new state law that its sponsor admits was designed to shift control of the Pinal County Board of Supervisors from Democrats to Republicans.

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Newspaper owner Donovan Kramer Sr. dies

CASA GRANDE — Donovan Kramer Sr., the longtime publisher of the Casa Grande Dispatch and owner of several weekly community newspapers in Arizona, is dead at age 84.

October 27, 2009 12:00 amLoading…

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