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Tucson Ward 5 City Council Forum

Democratic incumbent Fimbres, Republican challenger Polak argue ward's economy, businesses, as well as stands on SB 1070 and gun laws.

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raytheon Lays Off Group of Salaried Employees

Company spokesman says cuts made to remain 'competitive in the marketplace;' they will be offered severance benefits.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

Bike Infrastructure Improvements Focus on Intersections

Tucson transportation planners creating bicycle boulevards piecemeal.

Shutdown's End Means Fed Recreation Sites Reopen

Coronado National Forest, Saguaro National Park welcoming visitors once again; other state sites open, too.

Howe Gelb, recorded under the stairs at Arizona Public Media

Stairwell Session: Howe Gelb

Hear a new solo performance and an interview that reveals Gelb's conversation to be as unpredictable as his music

The Southern Arizona Blues Heritage Foundation creates an active and vital Blues and Heritage scene through raising awareness of the music and culture in southern Arizona.

Peruvian Psychedelic Sounds at Tucson Blues Fest

Gabriel Sullivan, and his band Chicha Dust, will perform at Blues & Heritage Festival Oct. 20; band performs fuse of psychedelic rock, cumbia.

Sama Alshaibi is internationally recognized for her photography and video work, both of which explore themes of race, gender and exile.

Art Show in Venice, Italy Features UA Professor, Local Artist

Sama Alshaibi explores human behavior, interactions; currently on display at the Maldives Pavilion of 55th Venice Biennale.

AZ Partakes in National Shake Out Day

Day is dedicated to making sure people know what to do in an earthquake; although infrequent, state has had minor ones as it sits near two major fault lines.

Students computers

UA Law College Computer Hackers May Have Access to SS Numbers

Security breach happened in July; those involved might of had access to Social Security numbers of about 9,000 former students, applicants.

The entrance to the Pima County Juvenile Courts.

Pima County Juvenile Court Uses Alternatives to Detention

In past decade, court has developed diversion, job training and after-school programs as options.

County Building Lease to Biotech Co Helping Create High-Wage Jobs

Biotech firm renting part of Pima's health dept. building; firm's expansion brings an increase in positions with six-digit salaries.

Steve Leininger, Principal at La Paloma Academy discusses anti bullying month and ways to help eliminate bullying from our schools.

National Anti-Bullying Program Implemented Locally

La Paloma Academy trying to get all students, teachers “speaking the same language” about bullying in school.

Local Homeless Women's Shelter Offers Sense of Community

A 1,200-square-foot house stands near south downtown Tucson, where women in need can eat, rest, feel support.

Julieta Venegas

Mexican Artist Julieta Venegas Brings Unique Sound to Tucson

Singer-songwriter says her music is influenced by American, Mexican songs, doesn't fit standard categories.

Event Looks Back at First Vampire in Film

Special screening of the 1922 silent movie Nosferatu at St. Phillip's in the Hills Episcopal Church Saturday.

Celestino Fernández, Ph.D., at the University of Arizona for the School of Sociology, discusses his research about finding and pursuing happiness and how happiness is defined.

UA Faculty Members Discuss Science of Happiness

Over the course of history there have been many definitions of happiness, says sociology professor.

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