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METRO WEEK: Grijalva Supports Obama Immigration Actions; Expands Leadership Role

Next congressional session, Arizona's Congressional District 3 representative seeks legislative compromises.

NASA Spacecraft Gets Closer to Pluto; Should It Be Reclassified as a Planet?

New Horizons is turning its cameras on after a 9-year, 30-billion mile journey from Earth.

The Lives and Loss of Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl

Friends of Derrick and Amy Ross organize benefit this weekend in their honor.

University of Arizona Faculty Lacks in Racial, Ethnic Diversity

Minorities less than 20% of professors and tenure-track faculty, women less than half, 2013 figures show.

Arizona Signs onto Challenge of Obama's Immigration Policy

Brewer authorizes state joining lawsuit seeking to have president's executive actions declared unconstitutional.

Douglas Facing Recall Before Taking Office as Arizona Schools Chief

“Recall Diane Douglas” is an official political committee, must wait 6 months before collecting signatures.

Border Patrol Wants to Recruit More Women

One reason is increasing number of female migrants apprehended; currently make up only 5% of agents.

Pima Community College Chancellor Heads to D.C.

Lee Lambert is attending a summit at the White House on boosting college attendance.

Feds Hope to Combat Poverty Among Native American Youth

Obama administration says money for program will come from existing funds, nonprofits.

TUSD’s Mexican American Classes Under State Scrutiny Again

Arizona education officials make surprise visit to “culturally relevant” class at Tucson Unified high school.

A-10s Will Fly for Another Year

U.S. House, Senate Armed Services strike deal to keep funding aircraft.

Tucson Fast Food Workers Continue to Demand Better Pay

Local, nationwide protests happening Thursday; movement began two years ago.

Raúl Grijalva: A Liberal Leader, Optimistic About 2015

Immigration, environmental policy top his list of things to protect during 7th term in Congress.

Federal Grant May Help Relieve Navajo Hunger

1 in 5 on reservation is 'food insecure,' meaning they may not know source of their next meal, researchers say.

Consumer Group: Parents Should Keep an Ear Out for Loud Toys

Annual report highlights products that are harmful to children, including some that can cause hearing loss.

4.7 Earthquake Hit Sedona Sunday Night

Temblor centered 7 miles north of the northern Arizona town and 6 miles underground; no injuries reported.

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