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Remembering the Women of Arizona History

A look at an Navajo advocate, a scientist and a children's crusader's work to better the lives of Arizonans

Abundant Honey Harvest Expected This Year

Southern Arizona beekeepers: Wet winter has led to widespread spring blooms, and that means honey.

Flu Cases Wane, But Season Not Over Yet

Winter has been 'average,' with cases spread evenly rather than spiking, health officials say.

Former UA Marijuana Researcher Restarting in Phoenix

Terminated in Tucson, she gains approval for federally sanctioned study on PTSD effects.

Southern Arizona Schools Recruit Teachers Out-of-State

Hundreds of vacancies in Tucson-area districts for educators; in-state pool is on decline.

AZ WEEK: Innovative Domestic Violence Program Attracts Attention

Pima County Sheriff's Department works with 'Emerge!', Tucson women's, children's shelter.

3/29/12

US 89 Reopens Friday after 2-Year Closure for Landslide

Paving alternate route, repairing and bolstering road cost $60 million, ADOT officials report.

We interview state economist Aruna Murthy, about the release of the AZ Dept of Labor Jobs forecast.

February Job Growth Strong In Arizona

Jobless rate dropped to 6.5 percent

One-Stop Shop Provides Dozens of Services for Tucson’s Homeless People

Tucson Homeless Connect holds event Friday for men, women and families in need

Latinos Increase Health Coverage Under Federal Law

Affordable Care Act enrollments up sharply in ethnic group nationally; Arizona figures not known.

McSally Votes Against Republican Budget

She joins Democrats, 16 others in her party, saying plan doesn't meet her district's needs.

The 25-panel solar power system set-up of the roof of Enrique Ward's home.

TEP Wants to Reduce Solar Energy Buy-Back Rates

Utility would pay about 20% less to residential customers for excess electricity generation.

7,000 Unintended Pregnancies Prevented in Arizona in 2014

Family Health Partnership uses federal funding for low-income women and families.

Tucson city lights at dusk

Census: Tucson Metro Population Exceeds 1 Million

2014 Estimate shows population growth accelerating again after post-recession slowness.

The Arizona House of Representatives, in a 2013 floor session.

Legislative Roundup: Elections Changes, Predicting Crime

Restrictions on collecting early ballots, Clean Elections investigations, police software funding.

Isaías Noguez, Coordinator of Political Affairs and Outreach for the Mexican Consulate discusses the impact of the recent SB1070 ruling.

Tucson’s Mexican Consulate Moving to Midtown

Consul says move out of small space downtown is necessary to “better serve the community.”

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