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John Huppenthal, state superintendent of public instruction, is running for re-election this November.

State Schools Chief Offers Assistance to Sunnyside

Top education official says he can mediate contentious district issues to enable education focus.

Leslie Boyer, M.D. at the VIPER Institute, talks about making FDA approved anti-venoms, for all of America's venemous creatures.

UA Group Researching Antivenoms for All Venomous Species

For the past 6 years, VIPER Institute has been looking into creating FDA approved antidotes.

Four AZ Schools Receive National Blue Ribbon Award

Sabino High School only public school given such prestigious recognition from the US Department of Education.

Despite Wet Monsoon, AZ Still in Its 20-Year Drought

Latest data from US Drought Monitor shows parts of northern state are no longer under drought watch, state overall is.

An earth fissure. Fissures in the earth surface, caused by record lowering of the acquifer, and the earth above cracking open.

New Site Shows Statewide, Local Maps of Natural Hazards

Site is a compilation of data on earthquakes, faults, earth fissures and wildfires in AZ, resources on how to prepare for these.

Six-Figure Bonuses in Works for University Presidents

UA's Hart, ASU's Crow in line for $40K this year, $40K next, up to $180K in 2015 based on performance.

Professor Mark Frederickson, PhD and Master's student Daniel Aros from the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture at the U of A, discuss the Tejido Group and their involvement in projects around the world.

UA Landscape Architecture Program Builds Overseas

Nonprofit 'Tejido Group' aims to develop professional skills in students, create infrastructure beneficial to communities around the world.

State Rep. Doris Goodale Suffers Stroke

Third-term Republican from Kingman hospitalized in critical condition; family friend says prognosis is good.

Report: Illegal Immigration May Be Rising Again

Decline began in 2007 with recession, tougher enforcement; new numbers show uptick since recession ended.

David Gebert, a member of the Tucson Electric Vehicle Association, discusses their upcoming Tucson Plug-Ins event.

Electric Car Enthusiasts Raise Awareness at Annual Event

TEVA2, other electric vehicle groups hope to spread message about benefits of such modes of transportation.

View of Tucson, March 6, 2012

Community Dialogue Digs into Mental Health Issues

Event aims to bring Tucsonans together to explore how mental health affects Arizona communities.

UA Researcher Explores Link Between Exercise, Brain Evolution

Anthropologist co-authored a paper that looks into the development of human brains, effects of exercise.

2011 has been designated as the international year of the bat, and there are concerted efforts to inform the public about the importance of these creatures.

Rabies Warnings Issued in Pima County

Milder weather brings people out, increasing risk of contact with infected bats, skunks, other critters.

Green Power Project Hits Roadblock

Proposed power lines in New Mexico would carry wind, solar power in Southwest; held up by proximity to military site.

UA Researcher Develops App to Manage Traffic

Hopes 'Smartrek' will help people change their driving habits, reduce congestion, save time, fuel.

Campaign Finance Change Snags Candidates

Little-known change leaves them scrambling to figure out whether to push in primary or general race.

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