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Steve Lynn, the former chairman of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission talks about his job in the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission.

Redistricting System Worthy, Ex-Chair Says

Independent process works, despite politics, time commitment

Modest Bump Expected for Holiday Retail Sales

Amid growing competition, merchants diversify, add services and values

Downtown Diner Draws Big Crowds Before Closing

Hundreds crowd Grill after shutdown announcement

Tamara McElwee with Salvation Army examines the challenges they face preparing for Thanksgiving this year.

4,000 Plates to Fill, Still in Need

The Salvation Army is short of donations for annual Thanksgiving dinner

(Left) Liza Watts, Director of the Services for Armed Forces and (Right) Richard White, Executive Dir., American Red Cross, S. AZ Chapter discuss some of the programs and needs which the group is facing.

Red Cross Needs to Grow in Holiday Season

Non-profit organization needs extra assistance to assist others

Grease and sun used to produce biodiesel

Grease Reused as Biodiesel Fuel

Recycling event Friday will take grease, oil from Thursday’s big feast

Mobile Meals', Priscilla Altuna (left), and Interfaith Community Services', Bonnie Kampa (right), tell us how they help people in need of food for this Thanksgiving holiday.

Cupboard Bare: Food Donations Fall, Needs Rise

Food banks across Tucson seek donations for holiday season

UA President Eugene Sander (Right) and Elisa Mesa, a student in the Arizona Assurance program (Left) talk about Arizona Assurance program, which allows lower-income students access to state university education

First Arizona Assurance Class Boasts High Retention

Program to get lower-income Arizona students to college seen as success

Executive Director of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Bill Carnegie, talks to us about the lack of money for food that will be able to be distributed in holiday food boxes for the first time in 35 years.

Food Bank Cancels Holiday Box Distribution

Demand more than doubles over 4 years; agency can't keep up

Can the European Union survive its fiscal crisis?

Gerald Swanson addresses the Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations

On Board Historic Steam Engine No. 844

Large crowds greeted the locomotive in Tucson, as it made a whistle stop for Arizona's centennial celebration.

Retail Manager, John McNulty and Curator of Latin American Art, Ann Seiferle-Valencia, both from the Tucson Museum of Art tell us about the importance of the holiday sale and the annual Nacimiento display.

Art for Sale or Observation

Tucson Musem of Art holds its annual Holiday Artisans' Market and Nacimiento opening.

The One Sacred Nation Healing/Fallen Warrior program brings a Native American perspective to recovery from substance abuse and other addictions.

Web Feature: Finding a Native Way to Heal

Two counselors turn to Native American practices to help people battling addiction

Tucson, Pima County Consider Changes To Outdoor Lighting Code

Revisions try to balance public safety with preserving the night sky

Tucson City Councilwoman Regina Romero talks about Occupy Tucson.

Stop Ticketing Occupy Tucson, Council Member Says

Tucson City Council member Regina Romero proposes ordinance change that would end citations for park protestors

Udo Kier a film actor tells us about how the Loft Cinema is paying tribute to him by presenting him with a lifetime achievement award this Thursday evening.

A Familiar Face From The Silver Screen

International film star Udo Kier visits Tucson to receive the first-ever lifetime achievement award from The Loft Cinema.

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