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President Robbins Wants UA Roadmap to Emphasize Quality Over Quantity

Strategic plan in the works, the university president is emphasizing student success rather than number of students.

Polls Remain a Crucial Tool in Arizona Election Campaigns

What signs to look for to know if a poll is trustworthy or not.

Top Judge: Arizona Courts Step Up Efforts Against Sexual Harassment

Arizona's chief justice ordered a set of policies regarding sexual misconduct, also prompting a review of county-level policies.

Arizona Breaks Tourism Record in 2017, State Says

But federal data say tourists from Mexico dropped by nearly 10 percent.

From Warrior to Scholar: An Academic 'Boot Camp'

The project readies military veterans to make the jump into the classroom.

Tucson, Hermosillo Beer Makers Work Together to Brew Up Business

An international "collabrew" crosses the border, expanding brewing community and tapping into a growing market for artisanal beers in the border region.

The Secret Life of Spiders

Also on Arizona Spotlight: a new dust detection system on I-10; cumbia rhythm energizes downtown Tucson; and a story about the perils of being a king.

Attempt to Block Funding for Ironwood Forest Falls Short

Conservationists said the amendment would have paved the way to roll back its national-monument protections.

Pima County: Solar Savings $220,000 Since 2015

Most of the privately owned solar arrays operating on county property are lowering the county's electric bill.

Attorney General Warns of International Dating Scam Targeting Arizonans

Mark Brnovich's staff returned $14,000 wired to likely fraud artists in Ghana.

Arizona Cardinals Suspend GM 5 Weeks After Extreme DUI Plea

Steve Keim pleaded guilty following a Fourth of July arrest in the Phoenix area.

Marijuana Smugglers Now Facing Border-Crossing Charge in Arizona

The policy shift impacts the hundreds in Southern Arizona arrested each year who smuggle pot instead of of paying to be smuggled themselves.

Goldwater Institute Sues Pinal County Over Road Repair Tax

The suit claims the tax is illegal because it only applies to certain items.

Understanding How the Results of Mexico's Elections Could Affect the US

A discussion with Roberto Zepeda, a visiting scholar from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Defense Contractor Kept Migrant Kids in Phoenix Building Overnight

The company previously said children were at the facility Phoenix for a few hours, but changed their story at the end of last week.

Suit Paves Way for Arizonans to Text 911

A settlement set up funding for the service, which is expected to benefit the hearing-impaired, among others.

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