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Funding for New Animal Shelter May Go on November Ballot

Pima Board Advisory Committee unanimously recommending supervisors to have a bond election this year to expand Tucson animal care center.

EPA Seeks Public Input on Emissions Reduction Proposal

Tucson residents can weigh in on proposed pollution controls at 6 industrial plants, including two the area.

AZ Week: Barber at Forefront of A-10 Preservation

There are proposed budget cuts to the Air Force A-10 fighter program; bipartisan group of Congress aims to prevent that from happening.

AZ Senate Approves 2013 Voting List Trimming Law Repeal

Majority Republicans who pushed HB 2305 through last June voted against law on a 17-12 vote on Thurs.

Bill Allowing Businesses Deny Service to LGBT, Others Passes

AZ House gives final approval to legislation letting people assert religious beliefs; opponents say it is discriminatory

AZ Senate Approves Funds for Outside Review of CPS

Bill proposes $250K to hire a group to conduct it; Senate President Andy Biggs pushed for bill after news of un-investigated cases.

AZ Official: State Pension Ruling Means Millions for Taxpayers

Arizona Supreme Court said Thurs. that Legislature cannot cut cost-of-living benefits increase for judges, elected officials.

We talk with Kathryn Ferguson, a bellydance teacher for almost three decades, and one of her students about what this ancient art form has to offer contemporary practitioners.

Middle Eastern Dance Form Brings Color to Tucson Culture

Old Pueblo is home to one of the US' most influential belly dance scenes; Xanadu Dance Co. hosting workshop Sunday, Feb. 23.

We sit down with Susan French, Founder of the Rodeo Days Art Celebration, and Sharon Shinn, Tucson Musician's Museum Board Member, to discuss this years 4th annual Rodeo Days Art Celebration.

Tucson Event Showcases Southwestern, Western Artists

This weekend’s 4th annual Rodeo Days Arts Celebration shows that there is more to La Fiesta De Los Vaqueros than cowboys, cowgirls, and horses.

Pima Awarded $270K to Help People Who Have Lost Their Homes

The grant will help provide job search and training services for those who are or are at risk of losing homes because of foreclosure, evicted renters.

Play Seeks to Bring Awareness About Border Reality

I want people to "reflect on the ways we are connected," says director of Maria's Circular Dance.

Arizona economy

State Revenues Fall Below Forecast for January

3 biggest categories - sales tax, individual income tax, corporate income tax - fall short by $5M each.

AZ Supreme Court: State Can't Reform Officials Pension System

Legislature cut cost-of-living increases in 2011 for AZ retirees, judges had sued challenging reductions in benefits.

Attendees of the Rex Allen Days celebration watch a bull rider at the professional rodeo. 2011 marks the 60th year of the event that honors the "singing cowboy" from Wilcox, Arizona.

Western Heritage Arena in Marana Hosts Bull Riding Practice

Young bull riders keep tradition alive practicing on Friday nights; La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros enters final rounds this weekend.

Lawyers in SB 1070 Challenge Suit Interviewing Arpaio in March

Maricopa sheriff's deposition will become part of lawsuit filed by civil rights groups against him, 15 top prosecutors in AZ's 15 counties.

AZ House Debate Religious Beliefs Justification Bill Thursday

Senate passed GOP-backed legislation Weds.; aims to expand rights of people to use beliefs in refusing service to LGBT people, others.

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