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I am a high school student who attended an environmental boot camp at the University of Arizona. One site that we visited that actually stuck …

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Sale to a private buyer could take more than a year, city officials estimate.

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  • By Karin Uhlich Special to the Arizona Daily Star

And violence is violence, no matter the motive.

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Up to $20,000 in down payment assistance is available through a new program.

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Voters will not see a ballot question in Nov to change city elections.

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Diocese plans to save one historic building and demolish another.

Big thanks to the current Rio Nuevo board of directors for financial stewardship of our tax dollars to advocate private business expansion in …

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Locals living on low incomes can sign up for discounts on their utility bills.

The Mercado San Agustin Annex will include a beer shop, a bike shop, a restaurant, a coffee shop, and an outdoor stage.

The plant cleans a contaminant from World War II-era aircraft manufacturing from local water.

Naming contest and season ticket sales are coming later this week.

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  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Lease would let the team leave Tucson after 5 years if attendance is low.

  • By Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

Lease would let the team leave Tucson after 5 years if attendance is low.

"I will fulfill my next 18 months of service with sustained energy and focus," she said.

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Tucson "very close" to signing a lease agreement, the third part of the deal.

A poll found 26 percent of voters want the ward-only election system.

The base fare would increase from $1.50 to $1.75 over two years.

Deferred maintenance needs have reached an estimated $3.75 million.

This means the November decision that found Tucson's system unconstitutional is not final.

City can now negotiate with property owners; about 27 demolitions are possible.