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A picture postcard issued by the University of Arizona of Steward Observatory, 1955.

$60K 'Started Ball Rolling' on World-Class Research at UA

Donation 100 years ago went for Steward Observatory at eastern edge of campus.

UA Science & Technology Park

University of Arizona 21st in Research Spending

UA ranked first in astronomy, fifth in NASA funding.

Jaguar Photographed in Huachuca Mountains, Perhaps For First Time

Preliminary indications are that the animal has not been spotted before.

Saguaro National Park Fees Set to Rise Next Year

For the first time in more than a decade the entrance cost is going up.

Brain Cancer Study: Some Tumors More Vulnerable to Traditional Treatments

Common, complex and deadly, old-school methods seem to work better on GBM tumors.

Diane Douglas, state superintendent of public instruction, in a Dec. 5, 2016 interview.

Education Superintendent: Minimum Wage Will Hit Schools

That's part of why she wants additional $200M for public education, Douglas says.

On Aug. 5 the EPA was investigating contamination of this old Colorado mine when it unexpectedly triggered a release of 3 million gallons of toxic waste.

Navajo Farmers Open Legal Battle Over Mine Waste Spill

The spill contaminated three rivers and the tribe's irrigation source.

Sonora Gov. Claudia Pavlovich, Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey spoke at the Arizona-Sonora Commission Summit in Hermosillo in early December, 2016.

Cross-Border Governors Collaborate for Business

Leaders came together to discuss what they call the Arizona-Sonora 'Mega-Region.'

Design drawing for Peach Properties' proposed development of downtown Tucson's Ronstadt Transit Center.

Learn About Changes to Tucson's Ronstadt Development

The multi-million dollar project was awarded to Peach Propertie last year.

The Search Is On for Tucson's Next Poet Laureate

Nominations are being accepted until Feb. 1.

City of Tucson, State Square Off over Ban on Gun Destruction

Attorney general's office goes to court to seek repeal of city law; Council votes to fight it.

Foundation Works to Replace Police Bulletproof Vests

Bullet-resistant soft body armor needs to be replaced every five years, manufacturers say.

Important locations for the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.

Baboquivari Students Take 'Life Changing' Trip to Standing Rock

High schoolers and teachers make the 1,500-mile journey to North Dakota.

U.S. Congressman Raúl Grijalva, D-Ariz., speaks to Arizona Week following Election Day 2016.

Grijalva, 100 Others in Congress Seek Immigrant Protection

Those given reprieve from deportation gave personal info they now worry puts them at risk.

Protesters Target Puppy Sales at Tucson Mall Store

Animal Kingdom denies selling "Puppy Mill" animals.

I-10's Benefits Speed Through Arizona; Research May Help

State gets the pollution, congestion, accidents, but not much economic benefit.

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