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Study: Southern Arizonans Lack Financial Stabiliity

Many around the state could not live off savings at the poverty level for three months.

Girl Scouts Can Now Add STEM Badges to Their Sashes

Science, engineering and outdoor pursuits allow girls to take risks and seek challenges.

Mobile Unit Looks to Fight Treated Wastewater's 'Yuck' Reputation

Facility fits in a commercial truck trailer, and will be used as a public exhibit to build confidence in reclaimed drinking water.

Center Gets Grant to Help Find Jobs for Homeless Vets

Program supports homeless veterans in search of jobs or career training.

Streetcar Celebrates Third Anniversary Saturday

Festivities include free rides and an onboard concert.

Episode 147: Making the Grade - Success in High School and Beyond

Plus: an update on the state school board, why the sheriff asked the state to investigate his department.

June Brings Seasonal Job Losses to Tucson, State

Summer means routine losses in the education and hospitality industries.

Federal Cuts Hit Tucson Business-Incubator Program

Startup Tucson's Thryve Next program falls victim to SBA budget cuts.

TEP Customers Now Have Access to Daily, Hourly Usage Data

More detailed usage information is available on the utility's website, smartphone app.

Former Official Behind Ethnic Studies Ban Testifies in Court

Ex-schools Superintendent Tom Horne defended efforts to shut down Tucson Mexican-American studies program.

Document Outlines Trump's NAFTA Renegotiation Goals

Necessary step before negotiations can begin in August.

Monsoon Brings Danger of Flash Flooding to Arizona

Meteorologist: Deadly event near Payson is an example of flash-flood dangers.

Tucson House Sales Climb, Inventory Does Not: Higher Prices

Despite a lack of homes for sale and rising prices, Tucson's real estate market remains hot.

'Flying Hospital' to Depart Tucson After 15 Years in Storage

The plane will become a teaching space where students can learn about careers in STEM and aviation.

Grants Give 'Community Schools Initiative' Three More Years

Participating schools have seen an increase in graduation rates, federal student aid for college applications.

Skateboarders See Park Potential in Shady Underpass

A space under Interstate 10 could become the area's first free shaded facility for skateboarders.

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