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El Niño Formation Weakening

Forecasters predict weather phenomenon will be weak this winter, if it forms at all

We speaks to several participants in the Occupy Tucson movement who continue to meet weekly and stay active on issues they find important, even though the occupy groups are no longer garnering much meida coverage.

Occupy Tucson: One Year Later

Movement no longer makes headlines, but supporters continue to meet weekly

Ivie Family Describes Slain Agent as Devoted Father

Family of Border Patrol agent killed in shooting speaks out; officials offer little new information

Water Canal Rupture Drains Millions Of Gallons Into Desert

Up to 160 million gallons flow from a breach in a Central Arizona Project aqueduct before engineers shut off supply

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Poll Shows AZ Senate Race Close, Romney Leads Obama in AZ

Carmona, Flake within margin of error in new poll, Romney has solid lead

Proponents of medical marijuana are already buying sites which will be used for dispensaries in Pima County. We speak to two of them about their efforts.

AZ Marijuana Farm Found, Destroyed

4,500 plants hidden in grove of trees in La Paz County

Marian Ahmed harvests tomatoes with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Ahmed is a refugee from Somalia who arrived in the U.S. more than eight years ago.

Web Feature: The Gleaners

Iskashitaa refugees find kinship, community in harvesting Tucson’s unwanted food

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, who was killed outside of Bisbee Tuesday.

Mexico May be Holding 2 in Border Patrol Shooting

Cochise County acting sheriff says arrests made; feds won't confirm

Samantha Dickens, in her dinning room serving dinner for her and her husband. All these food items were purchased as part of the SNAP challenge.

Tucsonans Tackle Eating on $20 a Week

Participants say they wanted to experience what those receiving federal food assistance do every week

Politicians React to Border Patrol Agent Killing

Brewer expresses anger at lack of border security

Karen Heider, co-chair for the PAWS High Tea, speaks about the 7th Annual High Tea, sponsored by the Professional Association of Women's Services (PAWS), an auxiliary of the Assistance League of Tucson.

High Tea Celebrates 'Power of the Teddy Bear'

Seventh annual benefit seeks to supply the simple toy to children in crisis

Rooftop Pianos Duel for Children

Unusual fundraiser to benefit Tu Nidito, an organization that supports children coping with illness or loss

Olivier Guyon, University of Arizona physicist and astronomer, winner of a MacArthur 'genius grant.'

UA Scientist Wins 'Genius' Grant

MacArthur Foundation awards physicist Olivier Guyon $500K

Border Patrol Agent Killed, Second Wounded

Shooting early Tuesday north of U.S.-Mexican border

The American Institute of Architecture will kick of "Architecture Week" Saturday, September 29.

Tucson's History, As Told by Design

Architecture Week educates and celebrates local architecture

Voter Registration Deadline Oct. 9

Cutoff for Nov. 6 elections is early next week

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