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El Paso still safe despite murders, lawmakers say

After four years running as the safest city of its size in the nation, El Paso will close out 2014 with an 80 percent increase in murders.... Read more»1

Fracking banned in New York

After years of delays and debate, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo decides risks outweigh rewards.... Read more»

White Christmas comes early to Mt. Lemmon

It’s beginning to look a lot like a white Christmas for Mt. Lemmon after a winter storm on Wednesday.... Read more»

Raul Castro to Obama: Thanks, Barack. Now end the sanctions

Cuban President Raul Castro says his people want better relations with the U.S. but won’t compromise their independence.... Read more»

FactCheck

Cheney's tortured facts

The former vice president offers misleading spin in defending CIA interrogation tactics.... Read more»

Supreme Court refuses to block driver's licenses for Dreamers

In a brief judgement, Justice Anthony Kennedy refused to block a stay by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that requires Arizona to give young immigrants driver’s licenses.... Read more»

McSally wins by 167 votes after recount

After counting, and counting, and recounting and counting again, Martha McSally has been declared the winner of the CD 2 race. The Republican challenger ousted U.S. Rep. Ron Barber by just 167 votes, a change of only six votes after an automatic recount was performed.... Read more»6

Report: Pima College should get off probation

Pima Community College should be taken off probation, but remain “on notice” while being improvements continue to be made in the school’s administration, a report by accreditors said. PCC has been on probation since April 2013, when an investigation found serious issues with how the college was run.... Read more»1

Pima County holding public meetings on Colossal Cave's future

Pima County is holding a series of public meetings to get community feedback on the future of Colossal Cave Mountain Park Tuesday night at 6 p.m.... Read more»

CBP officers arrest five, seize more $500K in hard drugs

Customs and Border Protection officers seized more than $500,000 in heroin and methamphetamine and arrested five at two Arizona ports last week.... Read more»1

Incoming schools chief Douglas: 'Restore school funding'

Diane Douglas, about to take office as Arizona’s superintendent of Public Instruction, said Tuesday that she supports restoring millions in school funding cut by the Legislature. “The courts have ruled that Arizona schools were deprived of increases guaranteed to them by a vote of the people,” she said.... Read more»

Does Common Core really mean teachers should teach differently?

Can you adopt Common Core math without changing how you teach? Maybe, but should you?... Read more»

Analysis

The pros and cons of imposing sanctions on Venezuela

Analysis: The U.S. president is expected to impose sanctions on Venezuelan government officials. But not before taking these not-so-small issues into account.... Read more»

U.S. university enrollment continues to slide

Led by continuing drops at private, for-profit colleges, higher-education enrollment declined this fall for a sixth semester in a row, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center reports.... Read more»

Children's health program faces cloudy future under Obamacare

Are the subsidized health plans offered on the state and federal health insurance exchanges created under Obamacare an adequate alternative to the Children’s Health Insurance Program?... Read more»

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