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House GOP reach compromise, approve $9.2B budget

After a week of political bargaining over the state budget that included a failed attempt to consider the spending package on the floor and an emotionally charged press conference declaring negotiations had broken down, Republicans in the House of Representatives…

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Fun begins here: Volunteers build playground for Phoenix school

About 200 volunteers from Shutterfly and KaBoom are spending a beautiful Friday building a new playground for a Phoenix charter school. For the kindergarten-through-fifth-grade students at Vista College Preparatory near Seventh Avenue and Grant Street in Phoenix, it's nearly a miracle.

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STEM-focused school to open in central Phoenix

A charter school focused on teaching students to think critically and solve problems will open this fall in central Phoenix for sixth-graders. The school, called SySTEM Phoenix, was founded by two teachers frustrated with their public schools.

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Kingman students train in manufacturing, forensics

Instructor Calvin Kupser knows there's no point in sending graduating students into the real world with outdated skills. Over the 14 years he's been teaching at Kingman High School, he's worked diligently to update his woodworking classes so those who take…

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Arizona school voucher change approved

Proponents of Arizona's school voucher program say a bill approved by a House of Representatives committee Wednesday would make it easier for parents of special needs students to access additional funding.

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District responds to suggestions for bus improvements

Can buses be refurbished? Can we lease them? How about electric buses? These are just some questions readers and Lake Havasu City residents are asking before being fully convinced that the only option to take care of the busing situation…

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