TUCSON ai??i?? The Tucson Unified School District Governing Board is reversing itself by voting to drop an objection to providing so-called "culturally relevant" courses for core credit beginning next school year.Read More »
Groups out to boost voting by Latinos in Arizona are combining classic get-out-the-vote tactics with a push for casting early ballots.Read More »
The Arizona Senate could approve legislation that would allow people to carry guns into public buildings where they're currently banned.Read More »
In a startling turn of events, state senators today rejected a proposal to allow employers with religious objections to deny contraception coverage to their workers.
The measure was defeated by a close margin – 13-17. But the battle isn’t over yet.
Gila River Indian Community residents are scheduled to vote Feb. 7 whether to allow the South Mountain Freeway extension on tribal land.Read More »
All future city elections in Tucson will be done by mail. The Tucson City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday to adopt vote by mail.Read More »
Hopis have voted down a proposed constitution that would have made sweeping changes to their tribal government.Read More »
Despite a plea from his biggest endorser for a delay, Rodney Glassman said he would move ahead with his campaign for Democratic Party chairman, and accused Andrei Cherny and incumbent Chairman Don Bivens of making "backroom deals" to keep him from winning the race.Read More »
Sen. Thayer Verschoor broke his silence Nov. 20, saying he skipped the third day of the Legislature’s special session because he was still trying to negotiate a deal on the package of legislation with the House and the governor.Read More »