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There are $3 million in improvements for Colossal Cave Mountain Park in the recommended 2015 bond package.

Colossal Cave Mountain Park Gets Makeover, Reopens

New management takes over after 90 day closure to upgrade, clean.

Author Jean Kwok Shows Brooklyn Life Through Immigrant's Eyes

Best-selling author based writings on her own story

Cuba as a Classroom

Annual summer trips educate University of Arizona students about the culture, politics and daily life of an isolated island nation.

Ramadan celebrated in Tucson

Tucson's Muslims Prepare for Month of Fasting, Community

Ramadan begins Saturday; local mosques hosting events every night to eat, read the Quran.

2 Police Officers Help Bring More US Flags to Tucson

Flags for the Flagless focuses on repairing flagpoles throughout city.

Cuban Cinema Gains Audiences in Arizona and Elsewhere

Filmmakers are working on new projects that are being shown outside the island.

Event Encourages Donating to Local Nonprofits

The second Arizona Gives Day is taking place today, and local state charities are working together to raise as much money as possible for their causes.

Women's Day Theme Could Reflect in Female Religious Leadership

'Inspiring change' is this year's International Women's Day message; as time goes by even churches are seeing a stronger presence of females in higher positions.

Local Churches Offer 'Ashes to Go' Marking Start of Lent

Known as Ash Wednesday, millions of Catholics, other Christians will have ashes placed on their foreheads today even if they can't make it to church.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

New Doc Looks at Turbulent Debate Over Immigration in AZ

State of Arizona looks at controversial law SB 1070, its effects, the opinion of people on both sides of the spectrum.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

NPR: New Poll Explores Diversity Among Latinos in U.S.

About 1,500 people from various backgrounds were surveyed on their finances, education, culture.

4th Avenue Street Fair

4th Ave Street Fair Brings Millions into Community Each Year

Biannual fair usually brings hundreds of thousands of people; vendors make a huge chunk of their income in that weekend alone.

Four members from the UA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team have made the USA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team, which will vie for a spot in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil.

UA's Women Wheelchair Basketball Players Heading to 2016 Paralympics

Three team members have committed to travel to Rio de Janeiro for the games "Gold medal...that's what we want."

Border Contrasts Shape New Musical Aesthetic

Academics explore how Tijuana served as the foundation for the musical hybrid of Nortec Collective

Mohammad Abdollahi, originally from Iran, works for the National Immigration Youth Alliance, a social media hub advocating for legalization of young students.

'Dreamers' Not Just from Latin American Countries

While conversations about immigration reform mostly focus on Latinos, those of other backgrounds interested.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Border Mayors Talk Immigration, Cross-Border Economics

Members of the Arizona-Sonora Border Mayors Coalition discuss future plans for their towns.

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