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Stories from Roy Laos Transit Center: Where Do You Come From, and Where Are You Going?

Tucsonans make their way through their days, lives, and intersect at the transit hub on the south side.

Pima County Foster Program Receives $144,000 Grant

Organization recognized for matching foster children with adult advocates.

Please Hold for Santa: Tucson Kids Get Calls From Old St. Nic

Tucson Parks And Recreation Department has been running its Santa hotline for more than 25 years.

Mark Kelly's Mousetronaut Takes a Trip into Space

A local author’s books about space travel are now truly out of this world.

Latino Voters More Independent Than Other Arizonans

Survey shows Latino Voters in Arizona want more representation in elected offices

3/29/12

Firefighting Charity Scam Hits Arizona

Firefighters asking for money may not be who you think they are

Attorney General: ACC Chair Correct to Resign

Mark Brnovich says case against her should be dropped.

Gov. Ducey Meets with Border Sheriffs Behind Closed Doors

Sheriffs raised concerns with Governor's plan for Border Drug Strike Force

Wanted: Tinsel-Free Christmas Trees for Recycling

Tucson has nine locations for annual Treecycle event through Jan. 12.

Mike Kazz, president for Grecycle, demonstrates how to turn turkey grease into fuel.

Don't Dump Grease, Cooking Oil; Recycle It with Pima County

County will take it Jan. 9 as a way to prevent clogged sewer lines.

AZ WEEK: Arizona's Connection to FBI's Most Wanted List

Fugitives on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list committed heinous crimes in the state

Business Report: Wrapping Up 2015 with Tucson Chamber

Slow, steady growth remained the trend this year for Tucson's economy

Unemployment Rate Continues Drop As Arizona Adds Jobs

November employment report showed gains beyond seasonal jobs

White Christmas in Tucson is No More Than a Dream

For the 28th year in a row, no snow predicted for the holiday.

To Save Money, Tucson to Send Inmates to Santa Cruz County

Thousands of dollars in savings per inmate; contract begins Jan. 1.

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State Corporation Commission Chair Bitter Smith Resigns

Attorney general raised concern about her connections to cable companies.

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