Readers' views on state budget shortfalls, criminal justice system, wildlife crossing data.
After going into debt, state fund is back in the black.
Ducey touts his successes from the legislative session, vows to fix K-12
Views on state budget deficit, library closures, January 8 memorial, the Volt.
Letters on salary story, BPA safety, Hillary Clinton candidacy, anti-police stories.
One-third of your property taxes — $106 million — is sent to state.
“Values-based” budget: $1 billion on private prisons, $600 million on university students.
Voters must approve governor's plan to take money away from schools for bureaucracy.
Ducey stopped in Oro Valley and the University of Arizona during his tour on Tuesday.
Lawmakers also to eliminate state aid to community colleges in Pima and Maricopa counties.
Readers sound off on prison spending plan, city pension problem, troubled veterans.
Reader comments on border security bill, Roman numerals, park fees, Fox News.
Letters on Gov. Ducey's budget cuts, downtown homeless pods, Soccer Shootout.
Opinions on war movies and continuing war actions, concert at TCC.
Readers sound off on Gov. Ducey's budget, President Obama, civics test.
Readers thoughts on McSally director, "Selma" experience, e-cigarettes, airport median art.
PHOENIX - Charter schools in Arizona filed suit Friday to block the state Department of Education from taking $5.8 million from them.
Kevin Abbott-Spitzer greets students as they file in for seventh-grade social studies at Rincon Vista Middle School in the Vail School District, which wants to convert Rincon Vista and two other schools into charters. Vail converted two schools earlier.
Stephanie Abeyta works with her seventh-grade language arts students during the first session of the day at Rincon Vista Middle School.
Arizona has seen an unprecedented surge in school districts wanting to convert some of their schools to charters, raising concerns over whether districts are unfairly using the law just to generate more money.