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Baby chickens are pictured at the Arizona Feeds Country Store in South Tucson on April 2, 2015.

Tucson Planning Commission OKs Backyard Chickens

Proposal making urban farming easier moves to City Council for final approval.

Three proposed passenger rail alternative routes diverge near Eloy going north toward Phoenix metro area. The green route was eliminated from the final analysis.

Tucsonans Favor Passenger Train Service to Phoenix

Public meeting garners support for rail connection that would go up to 125 mph.

Tucson Bus Strike Ends; Normal Service Resumes Thursday

Tentative pact reached at 1 a.m. Wednesday; union members vote to approve 2-year deal.

Tucson has a small, growing community of people who keep chickens and sell eggs, from backyard coops to schoolyard flocks that help children learn.

City Planning Commission to Talk Urban Agriculture

Planning Commission will discuss proposed changes to the city's zoning codes.

Child car seats

Car Seat Safety Includes Registration in Case of Recall

Proper installation inspections free Saturday as part of Child Passenger Safety Week

Bus Strike, Day 41: Talks Ongoing, But No End Predicted

Management, union express optimism in meeting with federal mediator daily.

Overlooking the campus of Pima Community College, West.

Enrollment at Pima College in 4-Year Downward Trend

This is the fourth consecutive year the number of students enrolling at Pima has fallen

Mick Cluck is with Tucson Realty and Trust, where he was part of the team that recently prepared a biannual real-estate report for pima county. Cluck says residential land sales have declined by 53 percent in the first six months of the year.

Number of Tucson Homes For Sale Continues to Drop

Housing inventory under 5,000, but prices not rising significantly, yet.

Access Tucson is housed temporarily in this building downtown.

Public Access TV Channel 20 Will Continue in Tucson

City awards contract to partnership of media operations to run Channels 12 and 20.

UA Research: Sierra Nevada Snowpack Lowest in 500 Years

Runoff from winter snowfalls provides California with 30% of its water supply.

Tucson Residents Focus on the Moon, Celebrate Science

Groups encourage residents to "look up and be inspired."

Arizona Spotlight for September 11, 2015

Changes in leadership at the Tucson Museum of Art, MOCA, and the Tucson Pima Arts Council; actor Chuck Yates plays Truman Capote at the Invisible Theatre; commemorating 9/11 with the music of composer Stephen Paulus.

Talks Continue to End Bus Strike; No Progress Reported

Federal mediator working with management, union for fourth time in a week, as walkout hits Day 37.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Image of house from House Swap SW.

Tucson Job, Home Markets Growing at Similar Rates

Expert: Alike numbers in the two categories can often be a sign of sustainable growth.

METRO WEEK: Elections: Ward 4 Candidates, Unopposed Mayor

Annexation, Sun Tran strike and other topics shape council elections

The University of Arizona College Republicans put nearly 3,000 flags on campus for the fourteenth anniversary of the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 in memorial of the lives lost. Some of the flags are arranged to spell out "9/11 never forget."

Tucsonans Remember 9/11 Attacks with Flag Displays

Community will mark the day with flags, thoughts of those lost in attacks 14 years ago.

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