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NAU Student Housing May Result in Eviction of Area's Residents

Proposed project by Georgia-based company could force about 50 families to move out from their homes.

Doc Explores '60s Activism Through Family Experience

"It's a film about the tragedy of idealism," says director of Tatanka, one of the films featured at the Loft Film Festival.

Widow of Slain Border Rancher Tries to Block Access to Case File

Widow of Cochise County border rancher Rob Krentz asked Superior Court to prohibit county officials from releasing information of husband's death.

UA Researchers Study Climate Change Effects In Amazon Trees

University scientists part of international research team; recently wrapped up field work in Peru.

Tucson Voters Pass Increase to City Budget Limit

City can now spend $50M more than currently allowed if revenues are available, thanks to the support of 62 percent.

Pima Board OKs $400K for Animal Center Improvements

$280K to install concrete slab, utilities, construction of kennels; $120K in additional staffing.

Obamacare Issues Affect AZ Medicaid Enrollment

Arizona expanded its Medicaid program, known as AHCCCS, under the Affordable Care Act.

Congress Negotiates Food Stamp Funding, Grijalva Opposes Cuts

Arizona Congressman hopes Senate, House will agree to eliminate proposed cuts to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs.

Sunnyside's $9.3M Budget Override Rejected

Altar Valley voters also say no; Catalina Foothills wins approval of 2 overrides totaling $773K.

Health Centers Enroll 8,000 in First Month of Medicaid Expansion

Arizona officials estimate 300,000 people are eligible for the state’s Medicaid program, known as AHCCCS.

Vail: No Incorporation; 'Population Doesn't Feel It's Right Time.'

56% vote against formation of what would have been AZ's 92nd municipality; proponents disappointed.

Tucson City Council Democratic Incumbents Re-elected

Uhlich wins Ward 3, Fimbres Ward 5; propositions to increase city spending limit, 10-year plan both pass.

All Souls Procession: Celebrating Cycle of Life

Annual rite unites participants, spectators in commemoration of lost loved ones; 40,000 take part.

AZ Week: Local Elections in Tucson, Phoenix Tuesday

Both cities will choose city council members; a look at what side of the political spectrum they stand on.

Pima Animal Care Center Seeking Expansion

Temporary buildings would house animals for 12-24 months

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, November 1, 2013

Troubling rollout of Obamacare; next week's Tucson city elections; referendum effort to reverse a new state law overhauling AZ's election system.

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