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Census: US Migration to Tucson Doubled in 2017

The only Arizona counties to lose population were in the southeast portion of the state.

Henry Koffler, Former UA President, Dies at 95

Austrian-born academic was the first UA alumnus to head the university

New Shuttle Service Coming to Sabino Canyon, Replacing 2-Decade Operator

The new operator plans to deploy an all-electric fleet over five years.

Episode 344: Still Struggling to Make Ends Meet, Despite Improving Economy

In Phoenix and Tucson, assistance groups are helping tens of thousands of residents.

Tucson Teacher Receives $5,000 Surprise

José Salcido plans to buy equipment to teach physics with money from grant.

Hydra, Iconic Downtown Tucson Business, Is Shutting Down

The store opened on Congress Street more than 20 years ago and was known for creative window displays.

Colorful Canary Lights Up a Home With Music

The "Spanish Timbrado" is known for its plumage and songs.

Want to Learn About Native Species? Go On a Hike.

Friends of Ironwood Forest National Monument raise awareness about the site.

Show Features Art as Freedom from Confinement

UA Honors College blends words, movement and visual performance to celebrate life "Unbarred."

Children's Book Author Todd Parr Coming to Tucson

Adults may not know who Parr is, but millions of young readers around the world consider him a literary superstar.

Arizona Rep. Bolding to Keynote NAACP Freedom Dinner

Thoughts on standing 'Steadfast and Immovable' will be given in address.

Anniversary Celebration Brings Marching Band's Past and Present In Step

Catalina Foothills High School reunites current and former band members for its 25th year.

Diocese of Tucson Introduces New Bishop

Edward Joseph Weisenburger comes to Tucson after serving as Bishop of Salina, Kansas.

Flowing Wells Library to Expand Footprint, Services

The branch closes on Saturday, Sept. 30 for what is expected to be a year-long renovation project.

Rare Arizona Turtle to Join Endangered Species List

US Fish and Wildlife says the reptile is in danger of extinction.

Tucson Turns 242, Though Some Put Age at 4,000

Community celebration to include native foods, cannon fire on the presidio grounds.

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