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Inside School District's Decision to Close Because of Teacher Walkout

TUSD Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo on key factors for canceling classes.

Border Agent Acquitted of 2nd-Degree Murder, What’s Next?

Journalists Perla Trevizo and Paul Ingram reflect on the federal trial of Lonnie Swartz.

Former Arizona Treasurer on Gov Ducey’s Teacher Pay Plan

Dean Martin discusses whether the governor’s funding sources are feasible.

Historic Walkout; #RedforEd and Charters; Border Agent Acquitted

And former state treasurer Dean Martin explains the sustainability of the governor's teacher pay raise plan.

Tucson Teacher Shares Reasons for Supporting Walkout Vote

Callista Radloff is member of the grassroots group Arizona Educators United.

Arizona Abortion Seekers Will Face More Questions From Providers

A newly signed bill requires doctors to ask additional questions and share answers with the state.

Former UA Football Coach Tomey on Program's Future

Dick Tomey reflected on his coaching career and the hiring of Kevin Sumlin.

Rethinking Groundwater Use in Willcox

Some farmers respond as water levels drop in an area sustained economically by agriculture.

Walkout Vote; Paying for Raises; Willcox Water Concerns

Also, former UA Football Coach Dick Tomey reflects on the program's future.

Governor's Budget Chiefs Pushing Education Funding Plan

The combination of higher revenues and lower use of services will provide money for schools, they say.

How Social Media Could Give Underfunded Candidates a Boost

Also, a look at which groups donate the most to Arizona’s top gubernatorial candidates.

Former Border Patrol Deputy Chief Discusses National Guard Deployment

Ron Colburn says troops increase deterrence and help the agency address staffing issues.

Prof: Origins of Migrant Caravan Rooted in Religion

UA's Elizabeth Oglesby explains the heightened attention on the annual migration.

Pima County Supe Talks Education Funding Amid Protests Over Teacher Pay

Superintendent of Schools Dustin Williams explains why more funding is necessary.

PCC Looking to Cut $15M From Operational Budget

Chancellor Lee Lambert says falling enrollment triggered state regulations on expenditure limits.

Educators Protest; Border Deployment; Migrant Caravan

Also, Pima Community College Chancellor Lee Lambert addresses upcoming budget cuts.

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