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House Kills 'Empowerment Scholarships' Bill

Arizona House fails to pass major expansion of state's school voucher program; would have made eligible another 100K-120K low-income students eligible for such scholarship.

AZ Week: TUSD Installing Solar Panels in About 40 Schools

This project could be the largest of its kind in the country, according to district spokesperson; aiming to reduce carbon footprint, save money.

Cuban Cinema Gains Audiences in Arizona and Elsewhere

Filmmakers are working on new projects that are being shown outside the island.

We sit down with Praise Zenenga, Ph.D., UA Associate Professor, Africana American Studies, and Mookho Eliza Mokhesi, student, to discuss the role of gospel music in South Africa.

Singing from the Soul

The Soweto Gospel Choir performs in Tucson, guests provide context for the spiritual and cultural traditions behind the music.

Machine that produces duplicates vinyl records.

Tucson Artist Keeps Craft of Cutting Records Alive

Popularity of vinyl records has been on the rise for quite some time, but few record collectors have the level of enthusiasm for the medium as Mike Dixon.

More than 400 people attended the first ever Body Love Conference

The Militant Baker's Body Love Revolution

Blogger and advocate Jes Baker asks 'What do you love about your body?'

We talk to Michael Fenlason, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Tucson Museum of Art, Graham Thompson, Intern at the Tucson Museum of Art, and Vanessa Ford, Executive Director of Maker House, about Tucson's art community.

Program Wants More Tucsonans to Make Art

The Arts Speak, a part of the Tucson Museum of Art START program, aims to bring community together, interact.

Restless Artist Finds Joy in Unusual Medium

"Fuddx" is a professional magician and balloon sculptor; he recently won bronze for his individual work at the World Balloon Convention.

row of red houses

Weekly Business Report: Tucson Real Estate Market Changing

Inside Tucson Business Editor Evans discusses week's top stories, including housing, bioscience, start-up competition.

First Downtown Grocery in Decades Opening This Year

Johnny Gibson's Grocery Store will be locally owned, likely to drive other development, officials say.

Tucsonan Aims for 2016 Olympics

Mountain View High School senior hopes to land a spot on the team USA's skeet shooting team.

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AZ Unemployment Rate Stays Flat, Report Shows

Figures for months of February and March at 7.3%; those numbers have not been seen since Sept. 2008.

AHCCCS Work-Rule, Time-Limit Proposal Heading to Brewer

Arizona House gives final approval to bill that would force able-bodied Medicaid recipients to get a job, limit some to a max of five years of insurance.

The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Murders in Mexico Appear to Drop By 15% Last Year, Analysis Says

Authorities would like to take credit but report's author says that is 'debatable;' certain cartels have established monopolies so no need to fight anyone, he argues.

Fire in Huachuca Mountains Down to 240 Acres

Down from previous estimate of 366 acres; more than 400 people now assigned to the fire including 10 ground crews.

Initial OK for Easier Prosecution in Cases of Assisted Suicide

Arizona Senate gives initial approval of legislation that would facilitate attorneys to prosecute people for manslaughter for assisting in suicide.

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