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Grijalva and teachers gather in opposition to Republican’s potential education cuts

House Republicans have proposed a budget that would cut federal education spending by 28%.

Arizona GOP head resigns over leaked recording trying to bribe Kari Lake

Head of the Arizona Republican party Jeff DeWit announced his resignation Wednesday, a day after a recording leaked where the GOP chair appears to be offering Senate hopeful Kari Lake a bribe to take a break from politics.

Arizona to transition athletic director Dave Heeke out in early February

He will be replaced on an interim basis by former Wildcats softball coach Mike Candrea.

Lawmakers call for new statue of Sandra Day O'Connor in DC

State Rep. Matt Gress sponsored the joint resolution to replace one of the statues in Statuary Hall.

Budget de la Gente funds community connection in Ward 1

The ward is the first in Arizona to implement participatory budgeting.

Sandhill crane population remains higher than five and 10 year averages for the fourth year in a row

The Arizona Game and Fish Department estimates that about 42,200 Sandhill cranes are in southeast Arizona for fourth year in a row

Study finds Biden most active presidency on immigration

A new study from a nonpartisan think tank says the Biden administration is the most active presidency on immigration — despite record number of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.

TUSD prepares to sell historic "1010" headquarters, move to new building

The district plans to buy the University of Arizona Service Annex building to house its offices

The Buzz: How the state went from a surplus to a deficit

Two economists walk through how the state is facing a projected $1.7 billion deficit by the end of FY 25 after starting last year with a $2.5 billion surplus.

Law enforcement unions disagree on Sheriff Nanos’ leadership

Following a vote of no confidence, a different union has expressed support for the Sheriff.

Drop in migrant apprehensions likely related to Mexico enforcement measures

The number of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border has dropped in recent weeks. Experts say that has to do with Mexico increasing its enforcement measures, though the drop may be temporary.

University of Arizona introduces new football coach

Brent Brennan, 50, gained experience under former UA leader Dick Tomey.

Studying the ways humans interact with animals

Animals are filling a growing need in the field of therapy and service work.

Deputy’s union releases vote of no confidence over Sheriff Nanos

The Sheriff cast doubt on the organization’s validity in response to their letter to voters.

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