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2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Ask a Mexican! (weekly)

        by Gustavo Arellano
            Dear Mexican: I'm a Spanish court interpreter in Santa Bárbara, Calif.; I've also ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Shameless Self-Promotion (weekly)

        'Tucson Weekly' earns six first-place wins, seven overall honors in annual Arizona Press Club contest
            The Tucson Weekly took home seven honors in the Arizona Press Club's annual contest—and six ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Night and Day (weekly)

        The team behind Ascolese's is now serving delicious dinners up in Oro Valley—but their lunches need help
            by ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Cross-Cultural Celebration (weekly)

        by Shain Bergan
            The members of Calexico have always been told that their music is theatrical—and that theatricality ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Red Meat (weekly)

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2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Health Issues (weekly)

        Restoring state funding for medical transplants hasn't helped everyone in heed
            by Jim Nintzel
            After ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending May 22, 2011
            1. Blue Valentine… ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Tolerant Tucson (weekly)

        A former UA president tells the story of his diverse family
            by Christine Wald-Hopkins
            In a world of ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Summer Movie Preview 2011 (weekly)

        Sit back, relax, and let Uncle James tell you about the stuff Hollywood has in store for you!
            by James DiGiovanna ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
tUnE-yArDs: w h o k i l l (4AD) (weekly)

        by Gene Armstrong
            By the time Merrill Garbus, who performs under the name tUnE-yArDs, uses her own sampled voice ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Mailbag (weekly)

        State representative Ted Vogt doesn't like the city's vote by mail decision
            City Council Needs to Revisit Vote-by-Mail Decision As Tucson prepares to largely scrap polling places and institute an all ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Noshing Around (weekly)

        New gastropub in Oro Valley; New look for Cafe Passe; The Return of Nicky's Week at RA; New stuff on Ina Road; Look for Street Delights
            by Adam Borowitz
            Open: Noble Hops Gastropub The inside of the new ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
City Week (weekly)

        A musical salute to veterans; A Beatles confidante turned addictions counselor; Focusing on Tucson's water issues; ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Random Shots (weekly)

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2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Pets and Pathology (weekly)

        Keeping too many animals can lead to situations both dangerous and disgusting
            by Tim Vanderpool
            From ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Live (weekly)

        The Swigs, The Possibles, Sky Bar, Friday, May 20
            by Mel Mason
            The Possibles, a sublime four-piece ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Editor's Note (weekly)

        International Attention
            by Jimmy Boegle
            When we announced three weeks ago that we were looking to hire a freelance medical-marijuana critic, I expected perhaps a little bit of local attention. Sure enough ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Unearned Treasure (weekly)

        The new 'Pirates of the Caribbean' is lifeless—but that's not stopping it from bringing in the bucks
            by Bob ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Sabino Nights (weekly)

        Tucson's favorite recreation area offers pleasures under the stars, too
            by Jazmine Woodberry ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Yardsale Heart: Watercolours (Self-Released) (weekly)

        by Annie Holub
            Locals Yardsale Heart are a family band: Vocalist/guitarist Belinda Peters is married to drummer ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Media Watch (weekly)

        A legend in Tucson media passes away; a Good Morning Tucson anchor leaves the station; Andrea Kelly joins KUAZ
            by John Schuster
            FORMER KVOA GM JON RUBY PASSES AWAY AT 73 After arriving as vice president ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
An Idealized Existence (weekly)

        The women of Agent Ribbons are preparing to take a touring break and make album No. 3
            by Gene Armstrong ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
TQ&A (weekly)

        Jessica Shuman
            by Mari Herreras
            Jessica Shuman, who describes herself as a born animal-lover and activist ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Other Films (Not) Opening This Summer (weekly)

        by James DiGiovanna
            • Milk II: Harvey's Revenge
• An Inconvenient True Grit
• Water for Heffalumps
• Fasixt and Furiousix Six: Part Six
• Predator vs. Hello Kitty
• Thor II: More ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Police Dispatch (weekly)

        Can't buy me maturity; Little rascal
            by Anna Mirocha
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2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Deaths (starnet-local)

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations
are given if available.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Ex-city judge suspended for sexual harassment (starnet-local)

A former Tucson City Court judge has been suspended from
practicing law for sexually harassing an assistant public defender,
according to the State Bar of Arizona.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
About 30 Jan. 8 witnesses, survivors, relatives at hearing (starnet-local)

Mary Reed, shot three ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Execution carried out with substitute drug (starnet-local)

FLORENCE - A man who raped and killed a 13-year-old Tempe girl
in 1984, then took part in her search and attended her funeral, was
executed by lethal injection Wednesday with a drug that has never

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Josh Brodesky: Never an AP class, but he's poised for scientific stardom (starnet-local)

Here we are at a time ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Wednesday, May 25

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
City offices closed Friday for furlough day (starnet-local)

City Hall and city business offices, including all council
offices except for Councilwoman Regina Romero's Ward 1 office, will
be closed on Friday for a furlough day.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Former Tucson judge disciplined after harassment probe (starnet-local)

Former Tucson Municipal Court Judge Theodore Abrams has been
suspended from the practice of law for two years by the Arizona
Supreme Court.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Advisory: Ozone air pollution elevated today in Tucson area (starnet-local)

The Pima County Department of Environmental Quality issued an
advisory today for ground-level ozone air pollution for the Tucson
metropolitan area.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
University of Arizona picked to lead $800 million mission to asteroid (starnet-local)

The NASA robotic mission ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
State and federal courts refuse to block Beaty execution (starnet-local)

PHOENIX — State and ... read more

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Car, school bus collide on Tucson's east side (starnet-local)

A school bus and a vehicle crashed early Wednesday on Broadway
and Kolb Road leaving one person seriously injured, police

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Safeway chief praises Tucson workers (starnet-local)

The president and chief executive officer of Safeway Stores Inc.
has praised the actions of his employees at the Tucson store where
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 18 others were shot in January.

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Free concert series resumes in Marana (starnet-local)

Marana is working again this year with the Southern Arizona Arts
and Cultural Alliance to present “A Concert in Your Backyard” the
second Saturday of each month at Crossroads at Silverbell District

2011-05-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\May 26 2011\
Lizard hunter captured a 25-inch Gila monster (starnet-local)

In this year leading ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Late-Night Eats: Chinese Box is Open (weekly)

        Chinese Box is open and serving up fast and satisfying Mandarin and Cantonese food at 4299 W. Ina Road. The place is co-owned by Peter Fung of Mandarin Grill at 8300 N. Thornydale Road.…
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2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
PARK(ing) Day Returns (weekly)

        PARK(ing) Day Tucson returns on Friday, Sept. 17. According to the press release, you'd better reserve your spot by Sept. 15:
Providing temporary public open space . . .…
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2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
NYT's Nate Silver: Giffords Has 51% Chance of Winning CD8 (weekly)

        Nate Silver, the statistical wizard behind, has completed his analysis of the U.S. House races for The New York Times. Silver gives the GOP a 2-in-3 chance of retaking the House.…
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2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Green Scheme Unconvenes? (weekly)

        The Arizona Republic reports that a half-dozen of the Green Scheme candidates have quit their races:
Six of the 11 Green Party candidates who a federal judge ruled can stay on the general-election ballot have withdrawn from their races ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
CD8: More Tea Leaves & National Rankings (weekly)

        More tea leaves in Congressional District 8, where Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is facing a challenge from Republican Jesse Kelly.
Congressional District 8 didn’t make it onto the “Fix 50”—a round ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Friday Roundtable: CD8, The Guv's Race & More! (weekly)

We wrap up the week in local politics on Arizona Illustrated's Friday Roundtable.
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2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Friday Roundtable: Jack Camper's Bombastic Performance (weekly)

Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce boss Jack Camper delivers a bombastic performance on Arizona Illustrated's Friday Roundtable. He wants a guest worker program; he doesn't want to deport illegal immigrants; he doesn't want stricter ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Josh Brodesky: City's dirty little corner undergoing big change (starnet-local)

There are few miracles on The Mile, and the folks living here
know it.

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Golf event will benefit group that turns lives around (starnet-local)

If you want a good reason ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Get involved (starnet-local)

Browse hundreds of volunteer opportunities online at
www.volunteer, the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona's
website. For personalized assistance or more information on any of
the volunteer

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Dogs take center stage at fundraiser (starnet-local)

Bare feet in swirls of soap suds; stray dog hair clinging to
damp T-shirts; and cut-off jeans on a thank-goodness-fall's-coming

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Neto's Tucson: Like the trees he trims, his memories are rooted along Santa Cruz (starnet-local)

When Manuel Sandoval was a kid growing up on the west side, he
would visit a solitary man who was sculpting religious statues on
the bank of the Santa Cruz River at West Congress Street. Today,

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
'It's a good day and a sad day' (starnet-local)

While U.S. Army Maj ... read more

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
PRO Neighborhoods moves to Historic Y (starnet-local)

PRO Neighborhoods, which offers neighborhoods all sorts of help,
including workshops and grants, has moved into new digs: The
Historic Y near downtown.

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Law & Order Brief (starnet-local)

Amado man gets 8 yrs. for smuggling drugs

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Print exclusive: Nightclub does background checks on patrons (starnet-local)

A murder in the parking lot of Pearl nightclub prompted the
management to tighten security.

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Print exclusive: Arpaio is doing fundraisers where? (starnet-local)

In today's Political Notebook, Andrea Kelly and Rhonda Bodfield
report Gov. Brewer is taking a new tack after the big debate pause:
Make fun, then run.

2010-09-12 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 12 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, Sept. 11

2009-12-30 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 30 2009\
Kyl bashes Napolitano over jet scare (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Sen. Jon Kyl said he doesn't "feel totally safe'' with Janet Napolitano at the helm of the Department of Homeland Security, given that agency's handling of the attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner.

2009-12-30 \Tucson\News\Daily\Dec 30 2009\
'09 Pima County homicides, at 64, were least since 2001 (starnet-local)
Local law-enforcement agencies have investigated 64 homicides in Pima County this year, the lowest tally since 2001, when 60 were reported.

2009-04-16 15,000 expected Sunday at Komen Race for the Cure (citizen-local)
More than 15,000 people are expected to lace up their running shoes Sunday and raise money to battle breast cancer.
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2009-04-16 2,000+ protest tax day downtown (kvoa)
About 2,000 people rallied at El Presidio Park, the heart of Tucson's downtown government district to protest government.
"I didn't fight in Vietnam to come home to die in a socialist country," says Paul
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2009-04-16 3,000 protest bailouts, stimulus at 'Tucson Tea Party' (citizen-local)
They say they're mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore. Several thousand people attended Wednesday's "Tucson Tea Party" at El Presidio Park to send a blunt message to government officials that they believe the nation is way off course.
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2009-04-16 AZ would change procedures it uses during executions (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Faced with a continuing legal challenge, Arizona officials have told a federal judge they are willing to revise how the state conducts executions through injections, including changes in what is injected and where.
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2009-04-16 Amphi, Flowing Wells approve plans to cut jobs (starnet-local)
Two Northwest Side school districts have approved plans to cut jobs in the face of impending budget shortages.
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2009-04-16 At Red Barn, theatrics are encouraged (starnet-local)
With a mix of a loving grandmother's guidance and the stern bark of a drill sergeant, Rosemary Snow instructs her three young stage students.
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2009-04-16 Bring Guard back, say Kyl, McCain (starnet-local)
SCOTTSDALE — National Guard troops should be brought back to the border, the state's two U.S. senators said Wednesday.
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2009-04-16 Cherny announces bid for state treasurer (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Democrat Andrei Cherny announced a bid Wednesday for state treasurer, promising to use the position to increase solar projects in Arizona and better invest taxpayer money.
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2009-04-16 DES budget cuts hurt sick kids, suit says (citizen-local)
Tucsonan Arianna West was born two years ago with a heart defect, lung disease and musculoskeletal and immune system problems.
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2009-04-16 Deaths (citizen-local)
Compiled by Antonio Garcia. For information call, 573-4561.
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2009-04-16 Donations sought for Foothills schools (starnet-local)
A grass-roots campaign to save teaching jobs is taking shape in the Foothills as an answer to deep state budget cuts in schools.
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2009-04-16 Free Children's Museum event focuses on health (starnet-local)
Families are invited to a free event that focuses on health at the Tucson Children's Museum Saturday.
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2009-04-16 Grupo court loss worth $6B to Asarco (starnet-local)
A six-year-old stock transfer that Asarco LLC says plunged the Tucson copper company into bankruptcy has been voided by a federal judge.
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2009-04-16 Jeff's forecast (starnet-local)
Not quite as windy today, as we'll see winds gusting up to 20 mph and highs in the mid- to upper 60s. Our cool weather lasts only one day, as a large area of high pressure will build over the West Coast. We'll warm up each day after today, with a run at 90 degrees late in the weekend.
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2009-04-16 Kyl, McCain: Anti-terror agency is politically profiling Americans (starnet-local)
SCOTTSDALE — Arizona's two U.S. senators lashed out Wednesday at the Department of Homeland Security for what they said amounts to profiling people as terror risks based on their political beliefs.
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2009-04-16 Law and Order (starnet-local)

  Report: Heroin caused
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2009-04-16 Leadership award nominees sought by Pima Association of Governments (citizen-local)
The Pima Association of Governments is looking for nominations for its fifth annual Thomas L. Swanson Regional Leadership Award.
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2009-04-16 Leads sought in killings of 90 bats in old mine (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — Officials with the Arizona Game and Fish Department say someone has shot and killed nearly 90 Mexican free-tailed bats in an abandoned mine east of Apache Junction.
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2009-04-16 McCain, Kyl want Guard troops on border (citizen-local)
SCOTTSDALE - U.S. Sens. John McCain and Jon Kyl said Wednesday that they support sending National Guard troops to the nation's southern border to guard against spillover violence from Mexico's drug war.
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2009-04-16 Mountain-Prince intersection to be closed over the weekend (starnet-local)
The intersection of North Mountain Avenue and East Prince Road will close this weekend.
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2009-04-16 Movies, free breakfasts part of Bike 2 Work Week (citizen-local)
Bike 2 Work week rolls on.
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2009-04-16 Napolitano to visit border to examine security (citizen-local)
In another signal of increased attention to rising Mexican drug violence, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will return to the Southwestern border Wednesday to take a closer look at operations in El Paso; Columbus, N.M.; and Nogales.
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2009-04-16 Napolitano: Check southbound cars more often (citizen-local)
COLUMBUS, N.M. - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano toured the Columbus port of entry on Wednesday as part of a daylong trip along the U.S. border with Mexico.
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2009-04-16 Napolitano: Request for Guard on border under study (citizen-local)
NOGALES, Ariz. — On her first trip back to Arizona as Homeland Security secretary, Janet Napolitano said Wednesday that requests for putting the National Guard back along the Mexican border are under review.
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2009-04-16 Neighbors Briefs (starnet-local)

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2009-04-16 Nogales to be 'flagship' port of entry (starnet-local)
The $212 million upgrade of the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales will make it a model along the Southwest border, Janet Napolitano, former Arizona governor and current Department of Homeland Security secretary, said Wednesday.
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2009-04-16 Penalty possible for ex-deputy in on-duty tryst (starnet-local)
A former Pima County sheriff's deputy is at risk of losing his peace officer certification after he admitted to having a sexual encounter while on duty.
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2009-04-16 Police officers will serve meals, raise funds for Special Olympics (starnet-local)
Members of three local law-enforcement agencies will work as food servers for one night to raise money for the Special Olympics.
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2009-04-16 Police to wait on tables in Special Olympics fundraiser (citizen-local)
Tucson and University of Arizona police will help raise money for the Special Olympics on Thursday at the Claim Jumper Restaurant, 3761 E. Broadway.
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2009-04-16 Public is invited to speak out at forum on health-care changes (starnet-local)
The public is invited to share its thoughts on the problems with local health care at a free forum today.
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2009-04-16 Quick Read: OV walk will benefit folks who are in need (starnet-local)
  OV walk will benefit folks who are in need
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2009-04-16 RTA vote-recount completed; state yet to release its findings yet (starnet-local)
The Arizona Attorney General's Office has finished re-counting ballots from the May 2006 Regional Transportation Authority election but is not ready to reveal any findings.
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2009-04-16 Restaurant owners say minimum wage initiative hurts them (citizen-local)
PHOENIX — A voter-approved measure that has Arizona's minimum wage above the federal requirement is forcing some restaurant owners to lay off and reduce health benefits for employees, industry leaders told state lawmakers Tuesday.
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2009-04-16 Results due soon in hand count of transportation ballots (citizen-local)
The Maricopa County Elections Division has finished a hand count of ballots from the 2006 Pima County Regional Transportation Authority election but results will not be released for several days, Attorney General Terry Goddard said Wednesday.
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2009-04-16 Sierra Vista adjusts to lost funds, students (starnet-local)
The Sierra Vista Unified School District will be down 77 positions next year after the Governing Board voted to cut them in anticipation of state budget shortfalls, declining enrollment and the loss of last year's bid to continue the district's five-year-old maintenance and operations override.
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2009-04-16 State Senate president wants action on Az stimulus funds (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - A top legislative leader said Wednesday he wants legislative action soon to make Arizona eligible for $1.6 billion of federal stimulus money, a step urged by Senate Democrats who cited interest costs the state might have to bear at a time when dollars are short.
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2009-04-16 State borrows $340 million to avoid shutdown (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - Arizona's general fund on Wednesday borrowed nearly $340 million from a state investment pool to stay in the black while paying tax refunds and state aid to public schools amid an overall budget crisis.
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2009-04-16 State's income-tax rates among lowest in U.S. (citizen-local)
April 15 is not usually a day for which taxpayers are grateful. ut, for Arizonans, there is some comfort to take on April 15, the deadline for filing income-tax returns: Arizona charges less than all but a handful of the 41 states and the District of Columbia that assess individual income taxes.
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2009-04-16 Student group: Midyear tuition surcharge 'absurd' (citizen-local)
A statewide student advocacy group representing Arizona's three public universities announced its opposition Wednesday to midyear tuition increases.
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2009-04-16 Suit would make DES restore funding for disabled children (starnet-local)
A public interest law firm filed suit Wednesday seeking to force the Department of Economic Security to restore funding to programs for disabled children.
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2009-04-16 Surcharge that would add $1,100 to UA costs draws student dissent (starnet-local)
UA student leaders on Wednesday spoke out against a plan to add a $1,100 tuition surcharge next year, predicting that the hike would dramatically limit access to higher education and pave the way for much larger increases.
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2009-04-16 Tucson Time Capsule : Feminist leader Bella Abzug (starnet-local)
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2009-04-16 You can still register for Race for the Cure (starnet-local)
Anyone planning on being near Reid Park this Sunday morning should expect to see thousands of local residents running for breast cancer treatment and awareness.
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