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Rio Nuevo Considers 'Sunshine Mile' Preservation

Effort would preserve Broadway between Euclid Avenue and Country Club Road

1916: The Arizona Governor Who Refused to Leave Office

George Hunt contested the election all the way to the state Supreme Court after he lost by merely 30 votes.

Study Evaluates Young Native Adults' Connection to Tribal Lands

UA researchers seek input from those who live off-reservations, maintain traditions, relationship with origin.

Retired US Sen. Jon Kyl (third from left), White Mountain Apache Chairman Ronnie Lupe (center), US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (to Lupe's left) and U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (second from right) with members of White Mountain Apache Tribe.

Clean Water Agreement, Through Congress, Signed for AZ Tribe

Under $200M federal allocation, White Mountain Apaches will get 'clean water for another 100 years.'

US Senator John McCain

McCain Eulogizes POW Cellmate on Senate Floor

AZ senator honors highly decorated Vietnam War veteran 'Bud' Day, who died Sunday.

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about the historic Mountain View Black Officers Club.

Black Officer's Club Threatened, Historians Say

Illustrative of military segregation, 1942 Fort Huachuca Army building at risk of demolition.

AZ Week: Memorial to WWII Gets Its Start

State officials break ground at Capitol on Pearl Harbor Day

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona

New State Librarian Hired

National search resulted in hiring someone familiar with Arizona's Library

Tony Paniagua speaks to local residents who attended a "Constitution Day 2012" event at the UA's College of Law.

U.S. Constitution Celebrates 225th Anniversary

Fans say historic document is as important and relevant as ever

Britain Eakin, graduate student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, talks about her trip to Egypt to work as a reporter during and after the country's elections.

Free Press Emerges in Egypt, UA Journalist Finds

Grad student's summer in Cairo makes her witness to history

Arab Media Expert, Laila Abou-Saif, Ph. D., discusses the elections, the debates and "turmoils" associated with the important social and political transformations since the so-called Arab spring in 2011.

Egyptians Prepare for Historic Election

The country has very different possible political and social paths

Health Care debate

Brewer Signs Planned Parenthood Funding Ban

Organization will consider legal challenge to protect health care services

Sherrie Hessick (left) and Amy Urman (right) of the Pima County Genealogy Society discuss the release of the 1940 Census Bureau Records and their importance.

National 1940 Census Captures Local Imagination

Volunteer-based Pima County Genealogy Society helps would-be genealogists discover their own roots

Dina Jadallah, a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, and Karim El-Saharty, a UA Student from Cairo, discuss how the ongoing revolutions and regime changes in the Middle East impact the United States.

Arab Spring Watched Closely From Tucson

Engaged UA students address Middle East revolutions, uprisings

One of the gun barrels from the USS Missouri is loaded onto a truck in early March 2012, to be moved to Phoenix. It will become part of the state's WWII memorial, along with a gun barrel from the USS Arizona.

World War II Memorial Planned For Arizona Capitol

Gun barrels from USS Arizona and USS Missouri traveling to Phoenix

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