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Stories of Success After Prison at the Second Chance Forum

For the nearly 20,000 people released from prison in Arizona each year, finding a job can be difficult.

Westbound Interstate 10 Closed Wednesday Overnight

Third and final scheduled closure for work on Davidson Canyon Bridge

University of Arizona geosciences professor Jon Pelletier walks through the forest on Cerro del Medio, a mountain in New Mexico’s Valles Grande, after the 2011 Las Conchas fire.

Study: Wildfires Responsible for 99% of Erosion in West

UA researchers assess impacts for a million years

UA Group Hosts Q&A about Bankruptcy, Foreclosure

Mortgage and Consumer Law Group to present for those facing bankruptcy.

Land Buys to Widen Broadway on Tucson City Council Agenda

Resolution would allow property acquisition to begin along two-mile stretch.

Pima County Considers Eight More Traffic Roundabouts

County transportation officials want to build safer intersections.

Nogales, Sonora, Mayor David Cuatemoc Galindo, left, and Nogales, Ariz., Mayor John Francis Doyle.

Mayors of Ambos Nogales Grow Cross-Border Relations

'Relationship is today much more united,' Nogales, Sonora, mayor says.

All You Need to Know About Monday's Tax Deadline

Plus, reports on this year's most common scams, where to find last-minute help.

Tucson Sign Code Needs Update, Advocacy Group Says

Think tank says signs regulated based on content violate US Supreme Court ruling.

McCain, Kirkpatrick Dead Even in Latest US Senate Poll

First time Democrat has matched Republican incumbent; both at 42%.

Bisbee Artist's Bedazzled 'Hillcar' Rolls into New York for Primary

"I have the opportunity to make my voice heard not only as a Hillary Clinton supporter, but also as an artist who lives on the border."

Tucson Water Plans Expanded Use of Treated Wastewater

Long-term water supply requires multiple sources, water director says.

Director Celso Garcia

Mexican Director's 'The Thin Yellow Line' Debuts in Tucson

Interview with Celso Garcia, review of his tale of men assigned to dangerous job.

Republican Convention: 'Hand-to-Hand Combat' for Delegates?

Arizona Week Friday dives into details of how delegates affect national conventions.

A video wall display planned for the Holocaust History Center in 2016.

A History of the Holocaust for the Tucson Community

New center honors victims and survivors, and explores the social and political legacy of the 20th Century's greatest tragedy.

Solar Company Finds Hidden Asset Through Incubator

Owners of REhnu launches product thanks to mentorship from Startup Tucson.

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