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Tucson Rodeo Committee Chairman, Bill Schurg (left), and Rodeo Cowboy, Joe Parsons (right), discuss the upcoming 2012 rodeo.

Kicking up a Historic Cowboy Celebration

Annual Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo in Tucson celebrates 87th year

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild talks about his upcoming State of the City address.

Mayor: Tucson Revenue Short of Needs

Rothschild says city is on better footing, but still faces economic challenges

CEO & President of the Downtown Tucson Partnership Michael Keith, Downtown Business Owner, Kade Mislinski, and Interior Architecture Miguel Fuentevilla talk about the development of downtown Tucson and future businesses that will be opening.

Rio Nuevo Changes Backed by Legislators

Bill would revamp Tucson downtown redevelopment district

Clint Mabie (center), Community Foundation for Southern Arizona President and CEO, and Tony Penn (right), United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona President and CEO, discuss a new project that will make data regarding community needs readily  accessible.

Tucson Nonprofits Seek Community Input

United Way, Community Foundation want your ideas on social service priorities

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Tucson Tourism Season Peaking

Crowded restaurants, bustling stores, traffic all good economic signs

City Seeks Stronger Business Ties

New mayor's business advocate says she sees openness despite skeptics

Environmental Manager of City of Tucson, Francis Lasala, discusses the newest additions to acceptable recyclables, as well as other objects which should not be placed in recycling bins.

Tucson Revamps Recyclables List

Big blue barrels expected to get even greater workout

President and CEO of Tucson Realty and Trust Hank Amos, tells us about his prognosis for the real estate industry in Tucson in the new year.

Will 2012 See Real Estate Tide Turn?

Local expert predicts a light at the end of the tunnel

Since the Occupy Tucson Movement had been ousted from Downtown Tucson last December, group organizers say their objectives are being realized in spite of their absence. Here is an update on Occupy Tucson.

Tucson Occupiers Soldier On

'Even though the camp is not here, there's still a lot of work that happens.'

Founder of what has become Arizona's biggest community supported farmer's market Annie Duncan, takes us a tour of the market in Green Valley that doesn't just have vegetables, fruits, bread, herbs, live music, and crafts, but also has a friendly atmosphere.

Buying Local in Southern Arizona

Green Valley Farmers Market finds success in mid-week event

Economy Improving Slowly, But Global Recovery Lags

Northern Trust's chief economist explains his predictions 2012 economy

Pima County Trying to Reshape Economic Development

New plan to focus on creating better jobs in Tucson metro area

Mayor of Marana Ed Honea

Marana Still Processing Housing Permits

Opening of new business resource center makes permitting faster, mayor says

A discussion with Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on her recent State of the State address and an analysis of her legislation.

AZ Week: Brewer Wants to Spend Some, Save More

Mental health, state computers, Child Protective Services may see upgrades

Copper at the Crossroads Part 5: Arizona's Toxic Town

EPA says ASARCO smelter is a major polluter in Hayden, AZ, but state and company officials disagree

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