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AZ WEEK: Terrorism Threats on Border Unlikely, Analyst Says

Author, border expert argues terrorists more likely to get in with legitimate passport than entering illegally.

Pima College's Accrediting Agency in Tucson Next Week

Students, faculty, staff, community members will have a chance to meet at any of seven meetings happening next week at PCC campuses.

Downtown Tucson Gets First-Run Movie Theater

Screening Room's reopening Friday comes 40 years after Fox closed as regular movie house.

Clergy: Let Woman in Sanctuary Stay in US

Group delivers letter to Tucson immigration office asking deportation order be lifted.

Nogales Mayor Worries Border X-Ray Equipment Has High Radiation

Garino is asking DHS to find out if its 'Z-Portal' scanning system is leaking dangerous materials.

Tucson Council Lifts Size Restrictions for Medical Marijuana Cultivation Sites

Councilwoman Uhlich says scratching overly restrictive regulations for local sites can help lower costs for patients.

UPDATE: Regents OK UA President's Contract Extension

Decision Wednesday follows newspaper's report on key donors' criticism of her leadership, campus budget cuts.

Clean Elections Director: Enough Evidence Horne Broke Elections Laws

Says attorney general used $300K of state resources in failed re-election bid.

UPDATE: Arizona Storm Leaves 2 Dead; Statewide Emergency

Deaths in Tucson, Oracle Junction in flooded washes; major freeways closed most of Monday in Phoenix area.

UA Medical Board Agrees Ousted Surgeon Wrongfully Fired

University Physicians Healthcare says it will adopt recommendations by independent panel including reinstating Rainer Gruessner as faculty member.

In Memory of Writer Charles Bowden

Bowden chronicled life in the American Southwest with a unique and acclaimed style.

METRO WEEK: Healthcare Providers' Sales Part of Trend

UA, Cardonelet health networks going to outside ownerships in separate deals expected to be completed soon.

AZ WEEK: DuVal Says Improving Education Means Better Economy

Arizona governor candidate says part of attracting businesses is having a highly skilled workforce.

C-130 Aircraft Celebrates 60th Anniversary

In August 1954, the first C-130 rolled off the Lockheed assembly line; now is still being used in every branch of the military.

Camp Brings Support to Transgender, Gender Creative Kids

Freely expressing gender identity is at center of Camp Born This Way; children, families build a supportive community.

Tucson Fast-Food Workers Strike for Higher Wages

$15 dollar an hour, right to form unions without retaliation are among demands.

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