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Tucson Rent Increases Outpace National Average

Lack of new home construction could be reason for rent increases.

Arizona Lawmaker Looks to End Confidentiality Agreements in Cases of Sexual Misconduct

Lawmakers will discuss the proposal when the Legislature reconvenes in January.

November Sets Tucson Heat Record

And 2017 is on track to be warmest year recorded in Southern Arizona.

CBP: Agent Fatally Shot Man In Southern Arizona

The shooting allegedly happened after one of the agents was attacked.

Mexico Wants To Draw Tourists from US Aging Population

Tourism official sees assisted-living and medical tourism as an opportunity.

Supermoon to Brighten Sky this Weekend

Supermoons occur when the moon is closest to the Earth in its orbit, and simultaneously full.

Patagonia Town Council Opts to Limit Truck Traffic

The ordinance limits businesses to no more than 50 round trips per day.

Outdoor Office Created at Downtown Library Homeless Hang

Plan for Jacome Plaza includes efforts to set up homeless visitors with services that could help them get back on their feet.

Coronado National Forest Calls for Proposals to Run Sabino Canyon Shuttle

Forest official says community expressed desire for a competitive process to select shuttle service.

Tucson Helping Kids Get Calls From Santa Claus

Last day for parents to request a call from St. Nick is Nov. 30.

UA Graduate Students Join National Walkout Protesting Tax Bill

Opponents say the tax reform proposal will raise graduate student tax bills by as much as 400 percent.

Cochise County Boots Up Online Ed Program to Fill Gaps for All Students

Targeted kids include those in the Sierra Vista juvenile detention facility or small schools.

Are Arizona's Senators On Board for Tax Cut Bill?

Flake, McCain, U.S. Senate set to debate House's tax reform legislation.

Tucson Teacher Receives $5,000 Surprise

José Salcido plans to buy equipment to teach physics with money from grant.

Novel Topic, Campaign Announcement Slow NAFTA Talks, Expert Says

Round 5 of negotiations wraps up, leaving skepticism the deal will conclude in 2018.

$48K to Settle Accusations Against Rep. Grijalva

The Southern Arizona Democrat was reportedly accused of creating a hostile work environment.

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