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The Marist College building, owned by theTucson Catholic Diocese, is the focus of some political wrangling these days.

Marist College Awaits Renovation

One of Arizona's most endangered historic buildings is stabilized, but in need of major work

Pacific Moisture Adds To Monsoon Totals

Forecasters say seasonal changes adding to already above-average monsoon rainfall

Residents Concerned About Possible TUSD Budget Cuts

Dozens speak at the second of three town hall meetings

Arizonan Makes List of 50 Wealthiest in Congress

McCain drops off list, U.S. Rep. Franks appears for second year in row

Margaret Hoeft, an ovarian cancer survivor, talks about ovarian cancer and an upcoming symposium to be held on Saturday 1 Sep 12 at the UA Cancer Center.

Raising Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Doctors, survivors use symposium to spread message

Mosquito

West Nile Cases Rise in U.S., Arizona

Mosquito-borne disease proliferates, but no cases in Pima County

The University of Arizona

UA Freshmen Choose More STEM Majors

Fewer choose 'undecided'; more pick science, technology, engineering, math

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

Redistricting Challenge Goes to Court

Commission seeks case dismissal; GOP lawyers say procedures violated

daniel patterson

Ex-Rep. Patterson Acquitted in Domestic Case

He declares vindication, calls Tucson City Court action 'political witch hunt'

Capitol building in Phoenix

State Defends Sweep of $50M Mortgage Settlement

Attorney general's representative tells judge Legislature had right to take it

Pinal Sheriff's Legal Fees Hit $150,000

Costs are for outside lawyers hired in 3 state, federal probes

Video Postcard Rattlesnake

Rattler Bites on Rise This Year

State poison control center reports most in 3 years

UPDATE: 2 Days in Jail for AZ's Biggest Fire

Neglectful campers led to 538,000-acre Wallow blaze in White Mountains

Participants in the pilot program hope that electric vehicles eventually make a larger percentage of the cars on the road.

Federal Budget Cuts May Affect Local Transportation

No direct reductions to road funding, but changes could trickle down

What Americans Say About Public Schools

National poll shows country divided on many education issues

Mayor Rothschild talks about his trip to Mexico.

Marketing Tucson to Mexico

Tucson mayor seeks to improve relationships with southern neighbor

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