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Bells, Moments of Silence Honor Tucson Shooting Victims

Mayor leads small group commemorating the day 4 years ago when 6 were killed, 13 wounded.

Business Report: County Smoking, Employee Vacation Plan

Bi-weekly discussion of top local economic news from 'Inside Tucson Business' editor.

State Superintendent: TUSD Curriculum is OK; Some Teaching of It Isn't

Diane Douglas says 'culturally relevant' framework appropriate, but adjustments needed in 60 days.

Tucson Remembers Tragedy of Jan. 8, 2011

Looking back, four years later, victim, trauma surgeon say it spurred their involvement.

Homeless Vets Treated to Weekend Pampering

Tucson Veterans Helping Veterans plans semi-annual 'Stand Down' to give less fortunate a break.

SynCardia's artificial heart.

Trials on Tucson Company's Permanent Artificial Heart OK'd

SynCardia will begin tests on 19 patients across nation soon, followed by 5 years of monitoring.

Tucson Job Growth Will Remain Slow in 2015

Forecast based on mismatch between labor pool, skills needed for jobs in health care, other tech fields.

These olive trees at the U of A provide shade and beauty to the campus and its visitors.

Low-Cost Trees Help Push Down Power Bills

Electrical utilities offer customers trees at reduced prices to provide shade from summer's desert heat.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

Tucson Police Officers Return to Schools

Presence after 7 years comes with TPD agreeing to limit questioning of children about their immigration status.

H.T. Sanchez, TUSD superintendent

TUSD's Sanchez Stands by Minority Classes

Says district has done nothing wrong and must adhere to federal desegregation order rather than state ruling.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

Three Lambs Born to Bighorn Sheep in Catalinas

Two adults found dead since last release to build herd; that effort going well, state wildlife official says.

Desert Museum Loses Its Popular Black Bear

15-year-old female found dead of unexpected heart attack; facility hopes to find a replacement.

McSally Takes Seat in Congress Tuesday

She joins 4 other Republicans, 4 Democrats in representing Arizona in U.S. House of Representatives.

Community Food Bank Seeks Citrus Donations

Organization hopes to collect up to 100,000 pounds of home-grown fruit this year to give to those in need.

10/29/12. Rebecca Brukman.
Image of vehicles stuck in traffic on both sides of freeway.

New I-10 Sign Installation Could Cause Delays

Stretch of freeway east of I-19 down to single lane in Tucson parts of this week

The St. Francis Cooling Center offers some temporary relief for Tucson's homeless population from the summer's extreme weather.

Homeless Families in Need of Shelter on Cold Nights

Salvation Army seeing fewer individuals seeking overnight shelter

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