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Kaine promotes early voting at Tucson rally

Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine spoke to a room of nearly 500 people at the Sunnyside High School gym Thursday night. The event was the latest in a series of high-profile visits from Democratic and Republican figures to Arizona. ... Read more»0

Utilities and solar advocates clash over Corporation Comission races

Three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission are up for grabs. While the regulatory body is not as well known as others, its decisions regulate energy production and expenses for utilities. The ACC has perhaps the biggest impact on your monthly bills of any state agency.... Read more»0

Free spay and neuter for hundreds of pets this weekend

Local schools and animal care groups are coordinating to provide free spay and neuter surgery for hundreds of animals... Read more»0

Voto Latino volunteers hope Hispanics will play election roles

UA volunteers hope to expand the voter rolls, but with less than a week before the registration deadline, the idealistic ambitions of today's students may be over-matched by their entrenched challenges. Just 48 percent of Hispanics in Arizona are registered voters.... Read more»0

Tucson park fields to close for seasonal repairs

A number of athletic fields at Tucson parks will be temporarily closed this fall and winter for aerating, fertilizing and re-seeding, and to allow for turf growth. From September through February, a total of 23 fields will be closed in six parks. ... Read more»0