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Governor Ducey: Suicide is Arizona’s biggest health risk

Arizona’s biggest public health risk today is suicide, declared Gov. Doug Ducey during a telephone news conference on Tuesday. The impact of suicide crosses all demographics, ethnicities, socioeconomic boundaries and gender, although males have a higher percentage suicide rate than…

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Tucson school bus breaks down in Yuma

A Tucson Unified School District bus carrying about 20 students from Pueblo High School broke down in Yuma on Sunday while on its way back to Tucson, stranding them along with school staff and chaperones for several hours.

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Bill would swap Forest Service land with University of Arizona

Twenty-four years ago, the University of Arizona began a research and training location in the Verde Valley. Through the university’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the program, working with V-Bar-V ranch, provided “opportunities for researchers to study natural resource…

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Arizona appeals court rejects AG’s tuition lawsuit

An Arizona appeals court is declining to revive a lawsuit by Attorney General Mark Brnovich alleging tuition is too high at the state’s three public universities. The Arizona Court of Appeal on Tuesday upheld a 2018 decision by the Maricopa…

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Osborne visits Wickenburg schools

Wickenburg High School Principal Mark Gorman (left) and Wickenburg Unified School District Superintendent Howard Carlson (center) tour the WHS campus with Arizona Rep. Joanne Osborne (District 13 - R). Osborne was elected to the State House last year, and is…

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