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AZ Week: Higher Ed Adjusting to Talent Needs

Shift to knowledge-based economy of skilled workers, thinkers has universities rethinking their approaches.

Another Republican Announces Candidacy for CD2 2014 Race

Ed Martin, talk-radio host, joins Martha McSally in GOP nominations for Congressional District 2's primary elections next year.

Ajo Celebrates International Day of Peace

For 10 years people from Mexican, Native American and Anglo cultures have gathered in AZ town to commemorate UN holiday.

Health Exchange to Open; AZ Rates Below National Average

Affordable Care Act rollout starts with federally run insurance exchange, including eight insurers.

NPR Funding Voice Preparing to Move On

Frank Tavares transitions away from "support comes from" position, will continue to write stories, books

Performance Explores Themes of Mobility and Environment

4,000 mile journey through deserts of Southwest culminates with event at Tucson Museum of Art.

AZ Supreme Court: Legislators Must Fund Schools

Elimination of inflation-based budget increases called unconstitutional under state Voter Protection Act.

Energy Plan May Reduce Costs for CAP Water Delivery

Power plant near Page, AZ subject to clean air standards, group working to make those changes affordable, keep plant open.

Price Range for Obamacare Health Insurance in AZ Released

Overall cheapest 'bronze' plan costs $214 a month, while 'silver' plans will be between $252 and $248.

State Schools Chief Offers Assistance to Sunnyside

Top education official says he can mediate contentious district issues to enable education focus.

New Site Shows Statewide, Local Maps of Natural Hazards

Site is a compilation of data on earthquakes, faults, earth fissures and wildfires in AZ, resources on how to prepare for these.

Report: Illegal Immigration May Be Rising Again

Decline began in 2007 with recession, tougher enforcement; new numbers show uptick since recession ended.

Latinos Strong in Economic Recovery, Report Suggests

Study finds Latino-owned businesses have doubled in number in a decade to 67,500, with more expansion planned.

Locals Promote Rainwater Harvesting In Creative Forms

With scarce rainfall and arid conditions, this method is becoming more popular in Tucson, Southwest desert.

Grijalva, Fellow Congressman Introduce Immigration Bill

Border Caucus co-chairs aim to create new plan, saying it's time to move forward with reform.

Tucson Students Traveling to China for Competition

The two are preparing to be tested on their knowledge of the Chinese language, culture this Oct.

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