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Warehouse Full of Free Books Distributed to Tucson Kids

More than 100 local schools and nonprofits start handing out free books

Geminid Meteor Shower to Light Up Sky This Weekend

120 visible each hour; best viewing Sunday night into Monday morning.

Report: Arizona School Funding Cuts Exceed All Other States

Most states put less money into K-12 schools in 2014 than previous years.

Two Sentenced to Life in Prison for Border Patrol Agent Killing

2010 death of Agent Brian Terry disclosed botched 'Fast and Furious' gun tracking operation.

Why Did the Wildlife Cross Over the Road? To Reduce Road Kill

First wildlife overpass in state going over highway north of Tucson; more to come.

Study: Wildfire May Double Erosion in Western Watersheds

Flagstaff, other high-altitude areas are 'hot spots' for fire-related soil problems.

McCain Proposes Bill to Boost Border Agent Pay in Rural Areas

Agency is understaffed by at least 1,000 positions; 'hardship duty pay' could help.

Initiative Proposed to Change Tucson Elections to Ward Only

Amid legal challenge to city election system, one group wants voters to change it.

Law Opens Door for Mining The Moon, Asteroids, Other Planets

University of Arizona alumnus leads exploration 'from science fiction to science fact.'

Rough Times for Arizona Copper Mining

Low prices, layoffs, mandated upgrades, union negotiations are among issues.

High Court Hears Another Arizona Redistricting Case

State's legislative districts challenged over population differences.

New Tucson City Council Term Begins With Budget Cuts

City manager institutes hiring freeze; mayor backs him, calls for additional revenue sources.

Wildfire Season Rages on at University Museum of Art

'Fires of Change' exhibit explores fire as necessary and rejuvenating force.

Republicans' Challenge to Tucson Election Dismissed

Judge says it was filed too late and that city relied on election law in place at the time.

Remembering USS Arizona and Pearl Harbor, 74 Years Later

A ceremony honors those who were lost, and survivors tell their stories.

UA Delegation in Paris Hopes for Global Climate Accord

Students, faculty hear world leaders trying to reach consensus.

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