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Tucson Involved in Efforts to Improve Civility in Politics

Organizations, academics, former members of Congress say government not productive when partisan divides persist.

Kaleidoscopic Look at Bradbury, Famous Sci-Fi Writer

Essay collection explores his life and different dimensions of his work; fans will be able to find it at Tucson Festival of Books' Science City.

UA Campus Has Collection of Plants for Education, Research

University Arboretum provides science-based knowledge using woody plants, cactus to address state needs, including environmental ones.

PCC Looking for Ways to Raise Revenue, May Increase Tuition

Pima Community College board considering hiking tuition by between $3 and $5 per credit hour following years of mismanagement.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, March 7, 2014

A look into governor's race polls; attorney general race; survey numbers showed U.S. Sen. McCain least popular in America.

AZ Week: Prevention, Solutions Amid Possible Water Crisis

Growing population demands more, theories of CO River drought in near future, drought has experts debating plans.

Women's Day Theme Could Reflect in Female Religious Leadership

'Inspiring change' is this year's International Women's Day message; as time goes by even churches are seeing a stronger presence of females in higher positions.

Competition Tests Arizona Students’ Braille Abilities

Ages 6 to 18, blind, visually impaired youth take on challenge with hope of going to national finals in LA.

Preparing To Be Unprepared

Cast & crew of Unscrewed Theater invite audience to join in the fun of improvisational comedy .

Raytheon Receives $350M Pentagon Contract

U.S. Dept. of Defense orders company's newest model of its SM-3 missile; orders 44 items total, including missile, accompanying materials.

Chamberlab Brings DIY Classical Music to The Rialto

Composer/Performer says goal is to "tunnel under the wall that seperates classical music from most other styles."

Exhibit Reveals Historic, Natural Landscapes From Above

Images "represent heritage we all share," says aerial photographer Adriel Heisey, currently displayed at Arizona State Museum.

Funding for Women's Services Down, Affecting Self-Sufficiency

Study analyzed 18 state-run services such as child care subsidies, domestic violence services.

Event Provides Rare Glimpse at Military Aircraft 'Boneyard'

Officials at Tucson's Davis-Monthan hosted a 5K and 10K run/walk to educate people about a mostly-off-limits site.

AZ Planned Parenthood Sues State Over Abortion Drug Rules

Federal lawsuit against regulations that would limit use of most common abortion-inducing drug; would have gone into effect April 1.

Initial Approval for Bill Prohibiting Use of Common Core in AZ

Arizona Senate OKs legislation sponsored by state Sen. Al Melvin of Tucson; standards implemented in 2010, some Republicans have denounced them.

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