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Veterans Honored Throughout Southern Arizona Wednesday

Parades in Tucson and Sierra Vista, F-16 flyover, TUSD school children honoring those who served.

University of Arizona's Old Main.

UA Fundraising Campaign on Track to Beat $1.5 Billion Goal

Interim foundation head said he hopes to reach goal by end of this fiscal year - two years ahead of schedule.

US Court: Tucson Elections Wrongly Favor Democrats

Balloting system violates one-man, one-vote, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals rules.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Tucson Electric's Falling Profits Spark Proposed Rate Increase

Utility's sales have dropped due to energy efficiency, grid upkeep costs of $1B.

Sunset on Mt. Lemmon in the Coronado National Forest.

Mt. Lemmon Smartphone Driving Tour Developed at UA

Free audio app transforms winding road into 'journey of discovery.'

Rebecca Brukman. 11/5/12.
Image of truck with City of Tucson logo.

Tucson Collecting Household Hazardous Waste Saturday

Opportunity to conveniently ditch unused cleaners, paint and other chemicals.

All Souls: Tucson's Annual Celebration of Life and Death

2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event's 25-year history.

METRO WEEK: Analyzing Election Results May Take Time

Awaiting final election results, future of bond project

Three Ingredients to Launch a Successful Startup

Local groups use events, classes, and festivals to entice startups to Tucson or help Tucsonans get their own companies up and going

Tucson Electric Seeks $12 Monthly Rate Increase

Proposal would restructure rates, including changing subsidies for solar.

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A Walking Meditation in Sunday's All Souls Procession

"People live as if they've got all the time in the world and death happens to other people, and this teaching is to wake us up so we can appreciate what we have while we have it."

Law Enforcement Job Fair Seeks Hundreds of Candidates

Immediate openings for U.S. Border Patrol and Customs, Tucson Police and Fire Department

Tucson Stops Citing Red-Light Runners after Ban Passes

City had said it would wait for election certification in two weeks, but citations stop now.

Bill Critical to Tucson Air Force Base Passes House, Again

"This bill protects those assets from being retired," Rep. Martha McSally says.

Pima County Still Counting Votes with 10,000 Remaining

Additional ballots unlikely to change Tuesday results, with most races settled.

20,000 Ballots Left to Count in County, City Elections

Tabulation will begin again Wednesday afternoon; some provisional ballots may not count.

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