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Marana, Other Districts, to Go Beyond 9% Teacher Raises

MUSD raises come amid district debate over a school closure as well as construction on a new facility.

ADOT Trucker Training in Mexico Cuts Down on Border Wait Time

The main driver behind the initiative is safety and compliance, an official said.

Tucson's Health is Below Average in Some Ways, Group Says

Health-data program rep says social and economic factors can have a big impact on the health of a city like Tucson.

Asylum Seekers; Dividing Dollars for Teacher Pay; ADOT in Mexico

Plus, an immigration attorney in Tucson explains how asylum cases are currently processed.

Charity Campaign Gives UA Motorists Tasty Alternative to Fines

The university's plan let parking violators pay some tickets with jars of peanut butter.

Arizona Exercise Based on Post-Quake Exodus From California

The DEMA exercise will deal with topics like providing food, shelter and medical services.

Democrats Get Giddy About a Perennial Target: Arizona

Dems hoping to turn the state blue have lost every statewide election since 2008. They say this year could be different.

Campaign Season Opens for Navajo Nation Presidency

Economic development will be a key issue, as the tribe relies on a power plant that is expected to close.

Mars 2020 Rover Mission to Include Scout Helicopter

NASA will test the aircraft's feasibility with up to five flights in 30 days and use it for mission planning and rover navigation.

Uncertainty for Importers Preparing for Longer Wait on NAFTA Deal

Mexican official says negotiations are likely going to break an important deadline this week.

McSally Plans Trip to South Korea

The Arizona Republican will lead a congressional delegation weeks before a scheduled Trump-Kim summit.

Teachers Who Led Strikes Now Turning Focus to Elections

Educator protests in states like Arizona have made education funding a major midterm campaign issue.

Arizona Governor Signs Remaining Bills

Gov. Doug Ducey signed 55 new laws and vetoed seven.

Tucson's Latest Amber Alert Differs From Most Other Missing Kids Cases

It is one of two unresolved Amber Alerts in the state since 2002.

Number of Food Poisoning Cases Linked to Arizona Lettuce Grows to 172

The CDC says the lettuce responsible for the E. coli outbreak should no longer be in stores and restaurants.

HHS Considering Housing Immigrant Children at Military Bases

The plan would impact children detained crossing the border alone or those separated from their parents by the government.

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