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Park Service: Saguaro National Park Adds $88M to Economy

Economic impact of park grows 20 percent in one year, the agency said in an annual report.

Former Border Patrol Agent Who Aided Smuggling Sentenced

Alberto Michel previously pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to traffic in marijuana and bribery.

Study: Despite Modest Income, Teachers Pay for Class Needs

The National Center for Education Statistics found that teachers pay nearly $480 a year for classroom supplies.

Immigration Will be 'Significant Component' of McCain Legacy

The senator has made multiple runs at immigration reform, though his ideas weren't always popular in Arizona or the Republican Party.

Mexico Catches Sinaloa Drug Cartel Operator in Nogales

Josue Ivan Torres Gonzalez and others were arrested in a series of raids in the Mexican city.

Gov. Ducey Signs Bill Allowing Industrial Hemp

Growers, harvesters, processors and transporters will be required to get a license.

Pinery Fire Burns 12 Acres SE of Willcox

The Arizona Department of Forestry says the wildfire was human caused.

Basis Asks Parents to Subsidize Teacher Pay

The Arizona charter school company received about $5 million in donations last year, according to records.

Low Inventory, Spike in Demand Push Tucson Home Prices Up

A national report shows Tucson prices went up 6.4 percent since the first quarter of 2017.

New Bill Would Keep Navajo Coal Plant Open

A U.S. Congressman from Arizona plans to introduce legislation to keep the Navajo Generating Station open.

Forum to Discuss Pima Community College's Progress

College faces lower enrollment, funding cuts.

Wrapping Up Teacher Walkouts

Education reporter Hank Stephenson debriefs the Red for Ed movement.

ASU, UA Consider Leaving State Health Care Plan

Could make care cheaper for higher-ed employees, more expensive for the rest of the state government workers.

Gov. Ducey on Teacher Pay; Wrapping Up Teacher Walkouts; University Health Care Review

Also, former TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone discusses administrative salaries.

Border Patrol Agent Will be Retried on Manslaughter Charges

Border Patrol Agent Lonnie Swartz was found "not guilty" of 2nd degree murder, prosecutors will try again on manslaughter charges.

Sun Tran Seeks Feedback on New Fare Plans

Public meetings scheduled this week.

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