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Moms Demand Gun Control on Public Transportation

Members of an organization protested Wednesday against allowing weapons on Tucson city transit.

Saguaros flourish in the Sonoran Desert

Suspect Charged in Saguaro National Park Vandalism

16-year-old boy alleged to have spray-painted graffiti on 11 saguaros, other spots in May.

Saguaro National Monument sign

Suspect Detained in Case of Graffiti on Saguaro Cactuses

16-year-old in custody, accused of felony vandalism; also suspected in 140 incidents of graffiti, police say.

Grand Canyon University Selects Mesa for New Campus

Tucson plans on hold after city land sale idea stopped when resident protests potential loss of golf course.

Tucson Ex-Mayor Named Honorary Consul to Korea

Walkup says he already has begun emphasizing 'commerce and trade' as key components of relationship.

Mark Candy, collections manager at the University of Arizona Mineral Museum, gives insight and history of the Mineral Museum.

UA Mineral Museum Receives Its Largest Donation Ever

The collection will help create database used for non-destructive sampling technology.

Pima County Asks for Resident Input on Borrowing Plan

Bond issue intended for 2014 election ballot; 140 proposals must be culled to get figure to $600M or less.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, July 26, 2013

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce president, former chairman of Pima County Dem. Party, former state lawmaker discuss DREAMers, state healthcare, Sen. McCain.

Broccoli Sprouts May Help Fight Skin Cancer

Researcher studying preventative compound in common food.

This week, Michael hosts a discussion on racial issues in the state and across the country. Former Tucson City Council member Charles Ford Jr, Chairman of the Arizona Civil Rights Advisory Board Jeff Lavender, University of Arizona's Mexican American Studies lecturer Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith and Executive Director of the YWCA Tucson Kelly Fryer discuss these issues and how we as a country can come together to put an end to racism and separation.

AZ Week: Moving Toward Tolerance; More Needed

In wake of Trayvon Martin: 'Some of us took it for granted that we were farther along than we really are.'

Bill Ganz performs "Night Riders' Lament".

A Special Performance by Local Western Musician

Bill Ganz sings a modern ballad inspired by the cowboy lifestyle

Tucson Area Joblessness Rises; Summer Break Cited

12,000 education jobs off the books, while private sector added 1,000 in June, state reports.

Agua Caliente park

Dumped Exotic Fish Challenge Native Species

Agua Caliente Park waters 'contaminated by exotic fish,' Pima County parks manager says.

Art can create a sense of cultural and civic belonging, and can animate and engage community spaces like nothing else can.

Creativity Can Unify Communities

A look into 'placemaking," a concept that believes art can create a sense of belonging in a community.

Steampunk enthusiasts visit Old Tucson Studios during a statewide gathering.

Steampunks' Invasion of Old Tucson

A three-day event for enthusiasts of the sci-fi culture genre.

Gasoline Prices on Rise Around AZ

Statewide average up 3 cents to $3.57 in a week; Tucson lowest at $3.40, Flagstaff highest at $3.75.

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