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National Protests Over Teacher Pay Energize Tucson Educators

Tucson advocate says discussions are taking place.

Central Arizona Farmers Preparing for Potential Water Shortages

Farmers in the region would be the first to feel the effects of the cuts.

Tucson's 3.6 Percent: Reflections on Being Black in a Majority-White City

Members of Tucson's black community discuss the complex and often difficult nature of calling the city home.

Self-Centered People Could be Secretly Depressed, Study Suggests

UA psychologist links narcissism to negativity, anxiety and insecurity.

Aerospace Company to Close Tucson Facility, Eliminating 413 Jobs

Company Rockwell Collins points to less demand for a certain kind of aircraft seating.

Northern Arizona Leaders to Discuss Hopi Land Swap

The exchange would settle a long-standing federal commitment to the tribe.

Heavy Rocket to Propel Chandler-Based Operation Into New Market

Private Orbital ATK moving into higher orbits, heavier satellites and, possibly, human missions.

Writing the River: A Conversation with New Yorker Writer David Owen

Owen will appear at the Tucson Festival of Books this weekend, his latest book investigating the past and future of the Colorado River.

Arizonans Could Soon be Able to Pay Taxes in Cryptocurrency

A bill to allow cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as payment in the state is working its way through the Legislature.

Trump Tariffs' Impact Could Reach Agriculture, Arizona Farmer Says

Agriculture industry braces for impact from President Trump's tariff declaration.

Arizona House Passes Bill Giving Teachers Classroom Dollars

The money plus tax credit was the best they could do, sponsors said in response to calls for more.

Bill Legalizing Industrial Hemp Moves Forward in Arizona Legislature

The Legislature is one step closer to making hemp a legal crop.

Teacher Pay; Addressing Cybersecurity; Water Cuts to Impact Farmers First

Also, resources in Southern Arizona to address adult literacy.

UA Highlighting Brain Awareness Week With Free Talk

Public lecture looks at emotional stress, chronic pain and autism.

Drop in House Flipping May Point to Growth in Home Prices

Investors appear to be buying and holding on to their inventory instead of selling.

Controlled Burn Thursday at Sweetwater Wetlands

Fire will train TFD crews and destroy mosquito habitat.

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