Series champion Dylan Cappello brings drive to Tucson race track.
Governor adds that he won't rule out future reductions in state aid.
The severed CenturyLink-owned cable is north of Phoenix.
Group claims Kayla Jean Mueller, of Prescott, was killed Friday.
San Miguel High School Senior presented at UA's annual biology conference.
Chester Crandell had gone horse riding Monday morning in Heber.
The proposal would include all UA property, indoors and out.
Eligible employees to get up to six weeks paid for birth, adoption.
He was just a boy when his dad was killed, leaving Bill Kelley much to learn about the man his dad was through the many letters and writings he left behind and from the people who knew and served with him.
PHOENIX – State lawmakers approved a $9.23 billion budget for the coming fiscal year Monday as Senate Republicans agreed on a spending plan higher than they had originally wanted but still less than sought by Gov. Jan Brewer and even their House GOP counterparts.
University of Arizona officials say they searched the country and couldn’t find a better candidate for police chief than in their own backyard.
Climate change could make forest losses permanent.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s four-year public universities had the nation’s largest in-state tuition and fees increase over the past five years, according the nonprofit organization that oversees the SAT.
Arizona State University students Katherine Richard and Anisha Hindocha pushed for action in Washington, D.C.
WASHINGTON - Anisha Hindocha works hard to put herself through college without having to take out loans - so hard that it's started to affect her health.
The Arizona Board of Regents is debating higher tuition rates for public universities.
Eileen Klein, the new president of the Arizona Board of Regents, intends to help the state universities become forces for Arizona's overall improvement during her three-year term.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s three public universities could soon create a new class of at-will employees, meaning staff in non-academic positions could be fired at any time.
You could say the Arizona Wildcats have essentially been warming up for four months now.