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Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

Possible Water Shortage in CO River, Solutions Needed

US officials say this means including finding ways to reduce demand, conservation and better management of supplies.

AZ Week: Poverty Comes to Suburbs

New face of hardship emerges among middle class on edges of Phoenix, Tucson metro areas.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Burning Trash Not in Renewable Energy Standards

Court ruling said the Arizona Corporation Commission shouldn't have approved such method for a project.

Coronado National Forest Lifting Fire Restrictions Friday

Rainfall has lessened the risk of wildfires, some precautions still advised.

The smallpox vaccine diluent in a syringe along side a vial of Dryvax® dried smallpox vaccine.

Free Vaccines for Back-to-School Children

El Rio, Boys & Girls Club, Pima County Health Dep., co-sponsoring four free immunization events.

UA Old Main

Regents Ask Fraternities, Sororities About Campus Drinking

Letter to national headquarters asks what steps are being taken to curb abuses, ensure student safety.

'Culturally Relevant' Classes May Have Hit State Snag

TUSD moves forward with literature courses through minority perspectives.

Museum Launches Historical Textile Databases

The organized collections of data include pieces from the Pueblo, Navajo and Spanish-American cultures.

PCC Faces Discrimination Lawsuit From Student

A Tucson woman claims the institution violated her constitutional rights.

'Dreamer' Advocates Appeal for Driver's Licenses

Immigrant rights group files with 9th Circuit Court to overturn lower court upholding Brewer's order.

A-10s from the 354th Fighter Squadron at Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Davis-Monthan's A-10s Flying Again

Sequestration grounded 354th Fighter Squadron's 24 'Warthogs' for 3 months.

Lynda Bergsma, Ph.D., director of the Arizona State Office of Rural Health Program, speaks about how new technology may help bridge the gap of mental healthcare.

Rural Mental Health Care Via New Technology

Through satellites, people could access psychiatrists, psychologists whose offices are miles away.

Protecting Violence Victims by Hiding Their Addresses

State program allows those who need to avoid perpetrators keep confidential where they live.

Former Regent, Community Activist Capin Dies

Served as board president in 1982, 1991 and as member of UMC Board of Directors.

Wayne Decker, co-director of the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona, talks about a new Master's program that focuses on combating global poverty and hunger.

Combating Global Poverty From Tucson

New master’s degree trains students to tackle economic issues worldwide.

New Indoor Sports Facility in Pima County

The largest in Southern Arizona, public preview on July 18.

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