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Ron Paul in Manchester speaking to supporters after the 2012 New Hampshire primary.

Ron Paul has gone 12 states without a win, but that may finally change Tuesday. On Sunday, Paul appeared optimistic about his chances, saying that he'd likely collect a majority of the delegates Tuesday and predicting that he could win the three states holding caucuses: Alaska, Idaho and North Dakota. Read more»

Rep. Raúl Grijalva will host a foreclosure prevention workshop on March 10.

Tucsonans faced with the loss of a home can attend a free foreclosure prevention workshop March 10 hosted by U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva. Read more»

Carl von Clausewitz said, "War is the continuation of politics by other means." If he were alive today, he might note that very often, politics is the continuation of sluttiness by other means. Read more»

Two overarching goals should guide our energy policies: achieving a significant reduction in emissions of global warming pollutants and moving as fast as we can toward a clean energy economy. Read more»

A Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopter flies overhead as the Coast Guard Cutter Resolute steams near the Deepwater Horizon spill site on July 4, 2010.

BP has reached a $7.8-billion settlement with thousands of people affected by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Read more»

Guatemalan President Otto Perez speaks during a press conference on Feb. 13.

Guatemalan President Otto Perez has invigorated the drug legalization debate in Central America, where leaders are under pressure to contain staggering crime rates and battle violent drug cartels. Read more» 2

The Enduring Freedom Memorial in Phoenix sits in the Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza near the Capitol. The memorial honors fallen service members from all branches of American military who served in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.

Lawmakers are weighing bills that would support student veterans, require government offices to fly a special flag when Arizonans are killed in action, and note on driver’s licenses whether a person is a veteran. Read more»

Poppies make this trail in Catalina State Park north of Tucson a magnet for hikers.

A bill that would protect Arizona State Parks from legislative sweeps of its gate and concession revenue won preliminary House approval Thursday after overcoming an attempt to narrow its scope. Read more»

Today on Buckmaster — The RTA's Jim DeGrood on Friday Focus, then the Reporters' Roundtable with TucsonSentinel's Dylan Smith and Jimmy Boegle of the Tucson Weekly, and Matt Russell checks in with the Weekend Watch. Read more»

Sonoita Station agents found 382 bundles of marijuana worth $1.35 million stuffed inside an abandoned pickup on Thursday.

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized 2,700 pounds of marijuana worth $1.35 million found in an abandoned pickup near Sonoita on Thursday. Read more»

U.S. Customs and Border Protection found 17 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in the bumper of a vehicle Wednesday at the San Luis Port.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers from the Tucson Field Office arrested a 22-year-old Mexican man and seized 17 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in a vehicle Thursday at the San Luis Port of Entry. Read more»

The Senate Judiciary Committee has given preliminary approval to Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Hurwitz’s nomination to a seat on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Hurwitz is shown here in a file photo from his January nomination hearing before the committee.

The Senate Judiciary Committee confirmed Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Hurwitz’s nomination to a federal appeals court Thursday.. Read more»

Sergio Tinoco Patino

A 36-year-old Mexican man was sentenced to nearly four years in prison on Feb. 24 for illegal re-entry of a felon. Read more»

Exit polls from the recent Republican primary reveal Arizona Republicans who are much more moderate than their oddball leaders. Read more»

State Rep. Doris Goodale, R-Kingman,

A state lawmaker has dropped language from a bill that would exclude school principals’ evaluations from the state public records law. The chairwoman of the House Education Committee said she included the provision by mistake. Read more»

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