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UA Works to Grow Online Undergrad Program

First class of 165 students has average age of 32; more counseling, coaching needed.

Alfred McEwen, Principal Investigator for HiRISE, speaks about the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment.

AZ WEEK: Exploring Mars on Silver Screen, in UA Research

University of Arizona's connection to planetary science dates to dawn of Space Age.

Tucson Election Pamphlet Delayed; Voting Under Way

Information available online now, in mailboxes soon; problem with vendor caused delay.

METRO WEEK: Economic Recovery Slow in Tucson

Reasons, ramifications and resolutions from Tucson and Phoenix economists.

Campaign Uses Tech to Fight Mental Health Stigma

'Text, Talk, Act' targets teens, young adults with mobile phones, conversation.

Business Report: Davis-Monthan and Tucson's Economy

The military base has been a major source of money in Tucson for nearly 75 years.

Going Native: Showcasing the Gourmet in Heritage Foods

Native Seeds/SEARCH, Friends of Tucson's Birthplace host local produce fest.

Private-Sector Slowness Keeps Arizona Jobless Rate at 6.3%

Private sector sluggish, adding 500 jobs; back-to-school hires bring 28,000 government jobs.

The West, South and mid-Atlantic are expected to have greater than normal precipitation over the 2015-2016 winter due to the effects of an El Nino.

El Niño’s Above-Average Rains Won’t Wipe Out Drought

Winter weather phenomenon expected to be one of three strongest.

UA Students Make Tasty Treats in 'Solar Oven Throwdown'

Building solar cookers requires teamwork, design and construction.

Weather Service in Tucson Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Weather balloon launch, other activities planned for free open house.

Online Education Becomes a 'Family Commitment'

One virtual charter school grows in Pima County with diverse student body.

Teen Drivers Cause 1/3 of Serious Arizona Crashes

Lack of experience and impatience cause incidents

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont at Sunnyside High School.

Study: Stop Arizona Teacher Exit with Respect, Better Pay

Advocacy group draws conclusion from survey of more than 6,000 Arizona teachers.

Raul H. Castro, Arizona governor from 1975 to 1977.

Douglas Port of Entry Renamed for Former Gov Raúl Castro

Permanent tribute will honor Arizona’s first and only Mexican American governor.

Farmers Investment Co. pecan orchards at Sahuarita, south of Tucson

Sahuarita Council OKs Big Housing Plan for Pecan Farm

Long-term plan calls for replacing pecan trees with houses on almost 3,000 acres.

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