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Arizona projected to face $1.7 billion shortfall as revenues decline

The new projections from the state's Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

The Buzz: How the Israel-Hamas conflict is influencing classrooms in Arizona

Protests supporting both Palestine and Israel have made their way to Arizona's college campuses and responses from stakeholders at both the state and university levels have brought criticism.

Arizona border crossing with Mexico to reopen a month after migrant influx forced closure

The moves reflect a drop in illegal crossings from December highs, authorities said.

Arizona judge denies a GOP move to block a voter-approved law for transparent campaign financing

Arizona Senate President Warren Petersen and House Speaker Ben Toma, both Republicans, filed the challenge in August.

The Buzz: Arizona navigates legal uncertainty with two conflicting abortion bans

Arizona contends with a legal tangle over two conflicting abortion laws, leaving providers and patients in uncertainty.

Arizona abortion laws clash: High-stakes court battle set to unfold

The case, Planned Parenthood vs. Mayes/Hazelrigg, will decide Arizona's abortion landscape.

AZ school safety task force proposes legislative changes to address SRO shortage

The task force met for the final time on Thursday to share their recommendations for campus safety.

The Buzz: A legislative look ahead into education policy

This week we talked with both the county and state school superintendent about universal school vouchers and teacher retention.

Mayor Romero “accepts the challenge” of another term in 2024 State of the City Address

The mayor highlighted her administration’s accomplishments of 2023.

Two UA College of Education professors reinstated following Israel-Hamas Lecture

The department head will teach the course about cultural pluralism for young children through the rest of the semester.

The Buzz: a legislative look ahead into criminal justice reform

The new legislative session begins in January, so we asked those close to reform initiatives what they believe is expected.

Sit-in at UA's College of Education calls to reinstate professors

Around 60 staff, faculty, students and community members participated.

UA suspends two professors following Israel-Hamas lecture

The College of Education professors have been suspended until an investigation concludes.

The Buzz: Does Housing First Work?

Housing First was a topic of debate in recent Tucson city elections, so we ask experts about the evidence.

Supervisor Sharon Bronson resigns for health reasons

Supervisor broke 3 ribs in fall at home.

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