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UA Surpasses $1B Mark in Fundraising Campaign

Just five months into fundraise phase, gift from Haury estate pushes UA closer to $1.5B goal.

Thousands of Arizonans Face Temporary Loss of Obamacare

3,100 who purchased healthcare through federal marketplace must provide proof of legal residency.

Neighbors Question Plan to Raze Historic Downtown Motor Hotel

Developer will build low-income housing, housing for homeless veterans; opponents call an important part of Tucson's architectural history.

3 Gubernatorial Candidates in Only Southern AZ Forum

Ducey, DuVal, Hess discuss taxes, education, economy, other issues in 90-minute Q-and-A in Tucson.

What Does It Take to Start a Business in Tucson?

Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes joins AZPM's Zac Ziegler to discuss local business news.

AZ Underground Film Festival Celebrates Cult Movies for 7th Year

Tucson gets to enjoy low budget, edgy cinema for 9 days at The Screening Room; creator excited to see event grow.

Odile Veers to East, Sparing Tucson; Flooding in Nogales

Government, businesses were prepared, but worst never came about; much activity back to normal.

Name Baby Elephant: Vote Now Online

'Immy' or 'Nandi'? Reid Park Zoo officials want residents to choose their favorite name for little pachyderm.

Civil Rights Leader Visits Tucson Immigrant in Sanctuary

Farmworkers' union co-founder Dolores Huerta urges White House to allow Mexican woman to stay in US.

Pima College Chancellor Lambert: School Deserves to Get Off Probation

Representatives from PCC's accrediting agency in Tucson this week assessing whether college should keep its accreditation.

Tropical Storm Odile Bringing Heavy Rain to Tucson

Aside from flash flood dangers, water is mostly welcomed in Sonoran Desert after years of drought.

Arts Council Searches for Jan. 8 Memorial Designers

Individual artists or teams have until end of month to submit ideas; winner will also contribute to renovation of El Presidio Park.

METRO WEEK: 'Tucson Can Do More to Help Homeless Population'

Housing director at Primavera Foundation says city still lacks more options for affordable housing, job opportunities; resources available to get them off their feet.

AZ WEEK: Terrorism Threats on Border Unlikely, Analyst Says

Author, border expert argues terrorists more likely to get in with legitimate passport than entering illegally.

Pima College's Accrediting Agency in Tucson Next Week

Students, faculty, staff, community members will have a chance to meet at any of seven meetings happening next week at PCC campuses.

Downtown Tucson Gets First-Run Movie Theater

Screening Room's reopening Friday comes 40 years after Fox closed as regular movie house.

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