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Ducey campaign swings through Southern Arizona

Ducey campaign swings through Southern Arizona

Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Ducey toured through Southern Arizona on Tuesday as the campaign for the Republican nomination for Arizona governor enters its final weeks.

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UA and Phoenix collaborate on a 10-story research building

The UA and the city of Phoenix have been given the green light to begin construction on a 10-story, $136 million research building that will be the newest addition to the downtown Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

DREAMers take a stand at board of regents meeting

The Arizona Board of Regents heard from recipients and supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals at a quarterly board meeting at Northern Arizona University on Thursday.

Regents to review student fees over the summer

The Arizona Board of Regents announced it will examine how student fees are charged at the three state universities. The look into student fees will help determine the future of the UA, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University, said ... read more

Gov. Brewer vetoes ride-sharing regulation bill

Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would have set different regulations for ride-sharing networks and regular taxi services. House Bill 2262 would have allowed the state of Arizona to regulate ride-sharing networks, such as Uber and Lyft, though without ... read more

Students share experiences in identifying migrants' remains

UA students who work to identify remains found along the U.S.-Mexico border cited domestic policies as a cause of migrant deaths in a conference on Tuesday. The students presenting at the Honors College shared their experiences working as interns at ... read more