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White House to Honor Former Giffords Staffer, Jan 8 Survivor

Obama administration recognizing Pam Simon's work toward preventing gun violence; she's one of nine people celebrated Thurs. for such efforts.

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Davis-Monthan Announces Open House Next Weekend

A chance to thank the community for their support, and allowing them access the base, officials say.

A catholic procession takes place right along the U.S. Mexico Border.

Catholic Leaders Celebrate Mass Along Border, Pray for Reform

Several hundred people attended ceremony Tues. and a few dozen people peered through the border fence from Mexico.

A dinosaur exhibit at The Arizona Museum of Natural History, a museum that has multiple displays for people who are interested in science or nature, and it is stocked with with tens of thousands of objects and photographs.

Museum Houses AZ's Natural, Scientific, Cultural History

Arizona Museum of Natural History is located in Mesa and has multiple opportunities for education.

A father and his child gear up for bike safety and to enjoy the events of Cyclovia Tucson, an event which will be comprised of multiple event, giveaways and prizes during the whole month of April.

Bike Fest Celebrates All Things Bicycle in S. AZ

Bicycle enthusiasts are encouraging more people to discover the benefits of "pedal power" by using bikes as a form of transportation.

AZ Town Considers Name Change

Tusayan, Ariz. leaders hope to stress ties to Grand Canyon and eliminate confusion with Tucson.

Steve Rains and Kate Kenski discuss their recent study on discourse and civility in online comments with a grant from the National Institute for Civil Discourse.

Study: More Than 20% of AZ Daily Star Comments Uncivil

Name-calling, personal attacks noted during three-week academic study of 300 news articles.

Genaro Mendez's sons help him plant coffee seedlings in Chiapas that could end up sold in Tucson

From Chiapas, Mexico: More Than Just Coffee

Co-op selling coffee in Tucson helps Mexican families stay together and avoid dangerous illegal immigration.

Prescott Prepares for Anniversary of 19 Hotshots Deaths

Firefighters were killed in the Yarnell Hill fire June 2013; city plans events with churches, private organizations to honor them.

We follow professional bull rider Steve Woolsey's on his quest for the golden buckle.

Rodeo Veteran Chases Bull Riding Gold Buckle

Utah native Steve Woolsey participated in Tucson's 2014 La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros in February.

The C.S.I. Effect

Alexis Gray, one of the nation's top forensic anthropologists, discusses how popular TV shows have changed the public's expectations about forensic science.

Arizona's Scenic Contribution to Movie, Television History

New book explores how Southern Arizona's landscapes became iconic representations of the American West.

Tucson Unified School District classroom undated

Report: Racial, Ethnic Gaps Pervasive in AZ Education

Policy report suggests ways to close gap including increasing teacher diversity, enhancing cultural competency in primary, secondary education.

Women's Day Theme Could Reflect in Female Religious Leadership

'Inspiring change' is this year's International Women's Day message; as time goes by even churches are seeing a stronger presence of females in higher positions.

Preparing To Be Unprepared

Cast & crew of Unscrewed Theater invite audience to join in the fun of improvisational comedy .

Local Churches Offer 'Ashes to Go' Marking Start of Lent

Known as Ash Wednesday, millions of Catholics, other Christians will have ashes placed on their foreheads today even if they can't make it to church.

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