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High Tech Radar, Video Sensors Along Border Approved

Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill allowing Arizona to build a 'virtual fence' at border with Mexico but is not providing funds to do so.

Edward Beshore, Deputy Principal Investigator for OSIRIS REx Mission, discusses the dangers Earth faces from space objects.

OSIRIS REx Moves From Planning Phase to Fabrication

Latest NASA project for the UA is one step closer to launch; its ultimate goal is bringing back a piece of an asteroid to Earth.

row of red houses

Weekly Business Report: Tucson Real Estate Market Changing

Inside Tucson Business Editor Evans discusses week's top stories, including housing, bioscience, start-up competition.

A new emergency communication network in Pima County is intended to help connect emergency responders who work in disparate public safety agencies.

New Radio System Connects First Responders in Large Emergency

Public safety radio system allows police, medical and fire departments to talk to each other; solves past communication issue.

Bioscience Roadmap to Translate Research into Products

Industry poised to expand in Arizona during next decade, planning document sets goals for growth.

Weekly Business Report: Tucson Wants Tesla

Battery factory would bring 6,500 jobs to region; UA seeks vet school funding; Tucson's dark skies getting lighter.

ASU Center Aims for Modern Governance Models

New Policy Informatics center plans to study how governments can adapt using technology.

We learn how to fit someone to a bicycle and why it matters with Kurt Rosenquist of Fitworks Cycling Support.

Having a Bike That Fits Its Owner Important, Expert Says

According to Kurt Rosenquist of Fitworks Cycling Support a bike that properly fits the rider allows to minimize injury, among other benefits.

We talk to Dustin Huynh and Sabrina Ball, members of the UA American Society of Mechanical Engineers, to discuss human power vehicles.

UA Students Participating in Human Powered Vehicle Contest

Engineering students will compete against other universities at the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge.

ADOT Proposing Tucson to PHX Passenger Train

Arizona Dept. of Transportation wants public comment on possible routes; agency says still has a ways to go to make it a reality.

Smartphone App Could Possibly Be Used to Vote

Research published in journal Human Factors; voting could be faster and more effective tech expert says.

New UA Law Clinic Matches Students, Local Startups

Partnership program aims to provide expertise on legal matters that can be problematic for new companies.

We sit down with Doctor J.C. Christianom, M.D., a Neurosurgeon for the Carondelet Neurological Institute, to discuss the unique changes CNI has made to its room layout in hopes of improving patient safety.

Small Changes Make Institute's Rooms Safer for Patients

Tucson's Carondelet Neurological Institute added CT scanners to its operating room, changing the way some surgeries are done.

An aquaponics garden.

S. AZ Entrepreneurs Going Green with Increasingly Popular Method

Business owners are promoting an ancient system as a new way to provide food; aquaponics combines fish and plants to grow food.

Event Brings Investors, Startups Together

Last week, 16 AZ companies gathered in Phoenix to participate in Venture Madness, a head-to-head tournament of business pitches.

Raytheon Receives $350M Pentagon Contract

U.S. Dept. of Defense orders company's newest model of its SM-3 missile; orders 44 items total, including missile, accompanying materials.

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