Stories tagged: "Tucson"


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7 Must-Try Native American Restaurants in Arizona

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.

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7 Must-Try Arizona Restaurants With Native American Cuisine

Arizona is home to many Native American tribes—22 of which are federally recognized—each with their own unique, delicious cuisine.

Buses line up outside Tempe High School in this 2021 file photo. Bus driver is just one of the positions that school administrators around the state say they have trouble filling, along with teachers, nurses, custodians, secretaries and more, as school salaries often can't compete with the private sector. (File photo by Kelly Richmond/Cronkite News)
Arizona Schools Struggle to Fill a Range of Jobs, in Classroom and Beyond

School staffers across Arizona may increasingly find themselves pressed to fill in on other jobs, as school districts struggle to fill positions across the board.

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11 of the Best Things to Do When Visiting Old Pueblo

Old Pueblo is filled with Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cultural influences, including history, art, good food, and outdoor fun. You won't want to miss a single attraction on this list.

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11 of the Best Things to Do When You’re in Tucson

Old Pueblo is filled with Native American, Spanish, and Mexican cultural influences, including history, art, good food, and outdoor fun. You won't want to miss a single attraction on this list.

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Not so Honest Abe: Republican Attorney General Candidate Abe Hamadeh Lied About His Experience

Hamadeh has made a habit of misleading voters or straight-up lying about his background and experience, according to personnel records.

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‘He Is Beholden to a Power-Hungry Billionaire’: Blake Masters’ Tucson Classmates and Teachers Urge Arizona to not Elect Him

Masters’ hometown paper published a letter signed by former classmates, teachers, and alumni from Green Fields Country Day School, urging fellow Arizonans not to vote for him.