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Following the sentencing of Jared Loughner in the  January 8, 2011 shooting, victim Bill Badger talks about the shooting.

Jan. 8 Hero Bill Badger Dies in Tucson at 78

He helped subdue gunman and stop shooting in which 6 died, 13 were wounded.

Author J.A. Jance: Second-Grade Teacher Inspired Her

Mystery writer, coming to Tucson Festival of Books, had to overcome gender discrimination at UA.

Mary Jacobs and Michael Ortega, finalists for the Tucson city manager position, answer questions during a public meeting held Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Two from Cochise County are Tucson City Manager Finalists

Michael Ortega, Mary Jacobs meet public after list of 44 applicants narrowed by City Council

Feds Give $1.5 Million to Early Childhood Education in Southern Arizona

An additional 85 low-income kids will attend Head Start

Arizona Healthcare Signups Nearly Doubled in Last Open Enrollment

Total statewide enrollment is now more than 200,000

Pima Community College, PCC.

Pima Community College Removed From Probation

College will be accredited, but continue to be watched by Higher Learning Commission

Sunnyside Narrows Superintendent Search to Two

Both finalists are administrators in other local districts; public can meet them week of March 25.

Tucson Fire Given Pet Resuscitation Kits

Special kits designed to help Fido and Whiskers recover

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont, a Common Core proponent, and her class at Sunnyside High School.

In Legislature Monday: Common Core, Online Sales Taxes

House floor debate set on banning curriculum standards, reducing income tax to match sales tax gain.

biotechnology

Study Finds UA Tech Park Has Significant Economic Impact

Every other year, tenants at the park are surveyed to estimate the impact that the Tech Park has on the economy.

Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor for the city of Tucson, discusses his plans for his next two years in office.

METRO WEEK: State of Tucson is Wide Open to Growth Opportunities

Rothschild calls for extending road bonds, encourages Tucsonans to get involved.

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild gives his fourth State of the City speech on Friday, March 6, 2015 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort.

State of City: Opportunities for Growth in Tucson

Rothschild calls for extending road bonds, encourages Tucsonans to get involved.

AZ WEEK: Common Core Standards Hit Classrooms

How one teacher uses the new curriculum approach to stimulate her high school freshmen.

Some Republicans Push Back on State Budget Cuts

Opposition to governor's, legislative leaders' planned reductions grows with protests, denunciations.

Arizona Spotlight for March 06, 2015

Humorist Dave Barry shares enlightened wisdom a life of writing jokes; A Book I Love returns; Aurelie Sheehan reads from "Demigods on Speedway"; Leonard Nimoy remembered for his poetry.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Arizona One of Top States for Green Energy Hiring

State No. 5 in report on announced jobs in sector, mostly in solar energy installations.

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