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Life-changing Experiences While Serving Overseas

Peace Corps volunteers say life abroad opens new horizons, and is unforgettable.

Neighbors Question Plan to Raze Historic Downtown Motor Hotel

Developer will build low-income housing, housing for homeless veterans; opponents call an important part of Tucson's architectural history.

Arts Council Searches for Jan. 8 Memorial Designers

Individual artists or teams have until end of month to submit ideas; winner will also contribute to renovation of El Presidio Park.

Tucson Teen Wins Pima County Anti-Graffiti Poster Contest

14-year-old Nicholas Daniels was one of 17 entries in Make Art Not Graffiti; to be recognized in today's Board of Supervisors meeting.

AZ Week: Film Explores Whether Real 'El Chapo' Captured

Recent poll in Mexico shows country nearly split on believing drug lord was apprehended in February.

Barry Goldwater Statue May Move to US Capitol

Historical commission raising money to install bronze sculpture of former AZ sen. in Natl. Statuary Hall.

Pima Holds 'Make Art Not Graffiti' Contest to Discourage Tagging

People ages 9 to 18 can submit artwork to the county that “must be suitable for all audiences and contain no obscenities,” by May 30.

Challenge to 'Day of Prayer' Dismissed

Superior Court judge disallows lawsuit against governor's declaration

Acting Assistant Vice Chancellor at Pima Community College Dolores Durán-Cerda, PhD talks about the upcoming elections in Mexico.

Mexican Presidential Election Draws Professor's Interest

Academic says Arizonans can learn from elections south of the border

Centennial Hall Event Remembers Six Victims Lost in Rampage

Family members, community leaders recall the six lives claimed by the January 8, 2011 shooting

A new memorial, quietly erected in the days before the tragedy's anniversary, marks the place where six died and 13 more were wounded.

One Year Later, Tucson Prepares to Honor a Tragedy

On the first anniversary of the January 8, 2011 shooting, Arizonans gather for vigils, memorials

We speak with the executive director for Arizona School Choice Trust Elizabeth Dreckman.

The Case for Private School Tax Credits

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding Arizona's controversial school tax credit system, one advocate shares the real stories behind school choice

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo is on display this month at the Arizona State Museum. Although the treaty is more than 170 years old, it's considered a living document because it continues to shape people's lives in very concrete ways, particularly their relationship to natural resources such as water and grazing.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Goes On Tour

Key parts of the historic document that purchased much of the West from Mexico are on display in Tucson during February

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