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Episode 130: Feeding Tucson With Greenhouse Tomatoes, Greens, Herbs

Plus, hate crimes ordinance, reaction to Islamic Center vandalism, Jewish Center bomb threats.

3 Tucson Groups to Receive Funding to Fight Homelessness

Money comes from a lawsuit filed by Arizona Attorney General's office.

US Supreme Court Upholds Validity of Tucson Election System

Court rejects Republican appeal that system violates one person, one vote provision.

Giffords, Kelly Form State Gun Control Coalition

Leaders from politics, religion, business, nonprofits join new effort to influence policy.

Mayor: Tucson Will Keep Its Word with Sales Tax Increase

State of City focused Tucson's partnerships in attempt to sell voters on sales tax increase.

Tucson's Greyhound Station Finds Forever Home

Intercity bus terminal is in permanent home east of downtown after 15 years in a temporary space.

Tucson Releases Updated Design to Widen Broadway

27 buildings will be demolished for six lanes from Euclid to Country Club.

Episode 128: Finalist for UA President Visits Campus

Plus, U.S. refugee ban's effect in Tucson; immigration advice at the Mexican consulate.

Episode 127: What's Next for Tucson Unified Schools?

District needs superintendent, interview with U.S. Rep. Martha McSally and more.

Former CIA Operative in Russia Now Lives in Tucson Area

Spy agency gathers information, he says, and politicians decide what to do with it.

State Change to Tax Incentive Could Hurt Downtown Tucson

Rio Nuevo chairman says city relies on break for redevelopment and is negotiating changes.

Tucson, State Argue Gun Destruction before Supreme Court

City declares sovereignty under its charter; state says its law prevails.

Tucson Gun Destruction Case Heads to Top State Court

The city says its charter status allows to to destroy seized guns; the state disagrees.

Raucous Crowd for McSally's First Town Hall of Year

250 attend, hundreds more wait outside; congresswoman promises more such meetings.

Giffords to Members of Congress: Meet With Your Constituents

In the wake of criticism that not all representatives are meeting with residents, Giffords says they should.

Tucson City Council Considers Hate Crimes Ordinance

Penalties would include a mandatory 10-day stay in jail and a $500 fine for first-time offenders.

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