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Proposition 302

In an effort to bridge the budget gap the state legislature has placed an initiative on the November ballot, one that would divert money voters approved to fund early childhood education.

TPD Sergeant Maria Hawke

More than 100,000 crimes are committed in Tucson every year.

Proposition 400

The City of Tucson is asking voters next month to hike the two-cent city sales tax , known as the Business Privilege Tax, by a half-cent to help fund core services.

Battle for Top Education Job

The race for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction: Republican State Senator John Huppenthal faces former teacher and union activist Penny Kotterman in the race to head up the Arizona Department of Education.

Admiral Michael Mullen Comes to Tucson

Watch the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Town Hall

Four candidates for two ACC seats

There is a four-way showdown for two seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission.

Antenori vs. Camenisch

Battle for the Arizona state senate seat is district 30 has Republican Senator Frank Antenori facing out against Democratic Challenger Todd Camenisch.

Proposed AZPM/Tucson 12 Merger Up For Consideration

Mayor and Council will consider three levels of funding to operate Tucson Channel 12 under the Arizona Public Media Banner

3-Way Race for 2 Seats in AZ House in LD 28

Democratic Representative Steve Farley, the House minority policy leader, and former Tucson City Council member Bruce Wheeler face Republican Ken Smalley.

Ray Carroll: Rosemont Ads Targeting County Supervisors “Misguided”

A recent radio ad campaign urges listeners to call supes in support of the proposed mine.

Tucson's Violent Year

The number of homicides in the city of Tucson has soared this year. Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villasenor will discuss the homocide rate and the overall crime rate in the city.

VOTERS WILL DECIDE PROPOSITION 113 IN November

The outcome could affect union organizing efforts

Who Will Be Arizona's Mine Inspector for the Next Four Years?

Two-way race to determine who will be the state's mine inspector for the next four years has incumbent Republican Joe Hart facing Democratic Challenger Manuel Cruz of Glendale.

Secretary of State Showdown

Sec of State Ken Bennett, a Republican faces off with his challenger Chris Deschene, a Democrat in the battle for the second highest elected office in Arizona.

Seeking Safety North of the Border

Wealthy Mexicans are investing time and money in Arizona, concerned about violence in their country.

School Closures

Budget deficits and population shifts are taking toll on schools in Tucson

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