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Grand Canyon University Selects Mesa for New Campus

Tucson plans on hold after city land sale idea stopped when resident protests potential loss of golf course.

AZ Charter Schools Suing State Dept. of Education

They will attempt to block a proposed reduction of teachers' pay, other classroom costs.

Testing for Common Core Standards May Double Cost

Multiple-choice AIMS ends next year; replacement exam will measure right answer and how students get to it.

This week, Michael hosts a discussion on racial issues in the state and across the country. Former Tucson City Council member Charles Ford Jr, Chairman of the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board Jeff Lavender, University of Arizona's Mexican American Studies lecturer Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith and Executive Director of the YWCA Tucson Kelly Fryer discuss these issues and how we as a country can come together to put an end to racism and separation.

AZ Week: Moving Toward Tolerance; More Needed

In wake of Trayvon Martin: 'Some of us took it for granted that we were farther along than we really are.'

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

TUSD Opens New School Bus Center on Southwest Side

District expects to save $700,000 in fuel costs, driving hours annually with service in growing area.

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

State High Court to Hear School Funding Case

Key issue: Should Legislature be required to make voter-approved inflation adjustment for K-12 operations?

New Pima Community College Chancellor, Lee Lambert, discusses his vision for the college and how he plans to rebuild its some-what sullied reputation.

PCC Chancellor's Mission: 'Put Wheels Back on Bus'

Lee Lambert says he will make changes needed to overcome community college's issues, lift probation.

Homeless Youth Lack Supplies to Start School

About 4,000 kids, teens are homeless in Pima County; nonprofit hosts "Stuff the Backpack" drive.

Pima County Public Library has nurses at 11 of its 23 branches.

Pima County Library Nurses Program Recognized as Innovative

The service pairs public health nurses with patrons to educate the public on health issues.

Paloma Jacqueline, Media Production Instructor at Ha:San Preparatory & Leadership School, speaks about a new video education project that is giving the Native American students a chance to tell their own original stories.

Ha:San School Has New Film Course

The video education project is giving Native American students a chance to tell their own original stories.

A student from the Ironwood Tree Experience gazes out at the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area.

Local Groups Bring Underprivileged Kids Outdoors

Organizations take them on trips they wouldn't be able to afford otherwise.

UA Old Main

Regents Ask Fraternities, Sororities About Campus Drinking

Letter to national headquarters asks what steps are being taken to curb abuses, ensure student safety.

'Culturally Relevant' Classes May Have Hit State Snag

TUSD moves forward with literature courses through minority perspectives.

PCC Faces Discrimination Lawsuit From Student

A Tucson woman claims the institution violated her constitutional rights.

Former Regent, Community Activist Capin Dies

Served as board president in 1982, 1991 and as member of UMC Board of Directors.

Wayne Decker, co-director of the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona, talks about a new Master's program that focuses on combating global poverty and hunger.

Combating Global Poverty From Tucson

New master’s degree trains students to tackle economic issues worldwide.

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