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Bell Ringing Commemorates Tucson Shooting

Mayor leads in tolling firehouse bell 19 times for victims

Steve Kozachik (R), Tucson City Council Member of Ward 6, joins in looking back at the week in politics, including the US Senate race, Congressional District 1 race, and greyhound racing.

Gun Turn-In Turns to Controversy

Councilman's effort derided by gun-rights advocates

Gabrielle Giffords waving to the crowd at a Jan. 8, 2012 anniversary vigil of the shooting that took six lives and left her and 12 others wounded.

Giffords, Kelly Seek Gun-Control Support

They form PAC to fund fight NRA and 'extreme ideological fringe'

Tucson-based government and non-profit agencies are sponsoring events to mark the second anniversary of the Jan. 8, 2011 shooting in Tucson.

Bells Will Toll Tuesday

Tucsonans mark 2nd anniversary of shooting tragedy

Ready For Another Election Cycle?

Republican begin targeting AZ's congressional Dems for 2014

Dropouts Get Second Chance Online

Sunnyside District starts 'GradLink' for all of Pima County

Airplane lands at Tucson International Airport

Tucsonan's Connection to USAID's Lat Am Program

Appointee to agency for international development grew up in AZ

The monsoon made a big impact this week, and the wet weather was a welcome reprieve from our areas ongoing drought conditions.

2012: The Year in Tucson Weather

Last 12 months had average monsoon, tied for warmest summer ever

Redington Pass seen to the left; Rincon Mountains to the right. Image taken from La Cebadilla Estates by a resident on a rare day when Tanque Verde Wash was flowing.

Forest Service Focuses on Redington Pass

Advocates for recreation area east of Tucson applaud clean-up, planning

Ban Assault Guns, Giffords' Case Judge Says

Federal jurist who sentenced Loughner calls on Congress to act

John Duncan, Lead Education Volunteer of Saguaro National Park West speaks about a Wilderness Exploration Camp that's being offered to children from 10to 14 years of age in the Tucson Mountain District during the holiday break.

Youth Wilderness Camp for Winter Break

Saguaro National Park allows kids to learn in nature's classroom

Hundreds protest the closure of schools in the Tucson Unified School District.

11 TUSD Schools Set to be Closed

Board spares 3 amid outcry from parents, students, teachers

Low Gas Prices Could Mean More Holiday Travel

AAA says gas prices lowest all year

Mental Illness

AZ Week: Lifting Stigma of Mental Illness

Societal perceptions can lead to treatment delays

Holidays Can be Jolly - and Toxic

Professionals who deal with poison encourage awareness

Gabriel's Angels provides pet therapy for at-risk children

Make a Child - and a Pet - Happy for Holidays

Pima Animal Care Center adoption specials now on offer

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