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TEP Seeking Answers to Outages Caused by Tampering

The utility is working with TPD and the FBI to learn the cause of outages affecting thousands of customers.

Call From TEP Threatening to Shut Off Your Power? Might Be a Scam

TEP says customer reports of calls threatening to shut off service without immediate payment doubled in February.

The Art of Paying Attention: Mountain Lions

Author and wildlife illustrator Beth Surdut focuses on mountain lions, and how sometimes, the hunter can become the hunted.

Searching for What Turquoise Tells Us About Ourselves

Researchers look into the significance of the stone for cultures, past and present.

Worker Shortage Continues as Construction Industry Rebuilds

Builders see hope in career and technical education and programs that train apprentices.

Fourth Avenue Development Stirs Opposition

Retail and apartments would replace Flycatcher bar at Fourth Avenue and Sixth Street.

Weather Service: Rainy Spell Not Sufficient to End Drought

Wet and humid week may push back some wildfire activity.

Flu Reports are Down, But Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

Health officials warn that a second spike is always possible.

Student Exchange Aimed at Counteracting Cyberbullying

Tucson high school will meet Japanese team to focus on spreading kindness online.

Medicaid Requirements; Beating Opioids; Races at Rillito

Arizona has approval to create work requirements for some Medicaid recipients. Hear pros and cons on the issue.

Home Prices Continue to Grow at Start of 2018

Housing market remains "hot," pushing prices toward housing bubble highs

UA Focused on Project to Get First Images of Black Holes

National Science Foundation grant will help coordinate and compute data from telescopes.

Rio Nuevo Wants to Use Broadway Properties Swept Up by Widening Project

Project would include new parking, relocating historic bungalows and changes to Solot Plaza.

Tucson Students Could Help Reshape City Streets

The city could consider "complete street" proposals from UA students in future projects.

Federal Proposal Won't Affect Most Tucson Road Projects, Official Says

Road plans in Tucson most often use local money only in order to avoid federal standards.

Federal Budget Deal Could Benefit Tucson's Economy

A deal that brings an end to sequestration cuts in defense could have a positive impact on Tucson's financial health.

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