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AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, February 21, 2014

Bill allows business owners to deny service to gays based on religious beliefs; Tucson City Council tries to balance budget.

AZ Week: Barber at Forefront of A-10 Preservation

There are proposed budget cuts to the Air Force A-10 fighter program; bipartisan group of Congress aims to prevent that from happening.

Clay Artist Redefined Native American Pottery, Curator Says

Featured artist at this weekend’s Southwest Indian Art Fair is Jody Folwell, internationally recognized artist from Santa Clara Pueblo, NM.

Play Seeks to Bring Awareness About Border Reality

I want people to "reflect on the ways we are connected," says director of Maria's Circular Dance.

Western Heritage Arena in Marana Hosts Bull Riding Practice

Young bull riders keep tradition alive practicing on Friday nights; La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros enters final rounds this weekend.

Tucson Bus Riders Face Higher Fares, Service Cuts

City Council needs more revenue, expense savings to erase deficit; public hearings start next month on issues.

Photo Exhibit Provides Window Into Civil Rights Movement Legacy

"Danny Lyon was the only person photographing what he was photographing," says exhibit curator.

UA Researchers: Brain Images to Understand Dementia, Alzheimer's

Identifying factors that determine how well someone ages may help figure out ways to treat, or even prevent, age-related memory impairments.

Stigma Keeps African Americans from Mental Care, Expert Says

The black community has traditionally turned to church and family for help, but therapists say attitudes are starting to change.

YWCA Opening Café to Train At-Risk Women for Careers

In the model of Café 54, the Tucson organization hopes job skills translate into life success.

Local Group Looks Into Nest Boxes to Help Urban Birds

Tucson Audubon Society's pilot project explores whether such would be a good idea for some species, known to use cavities for nests.

Immigration Poll: Equal Number Prioritize Reform, Border Security

First time in years the numbers received equal support; figures come after House Republicans say issue unlikely to progress this year.

Expert: PHX Housing Slowdown Could Forecast Tucson Slowdown

ASU study shows sales and availability of housing decreased in late 2013; Phoenix real estate market slow past 2 months.

AZ Week: Sides Weigh in on Bighorn Sheep Controversy

Efforts to return species to Santa Catalinas has wide opposition after lions kill sheep, game agents kill lions.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, February 14, 2014

Is it the end for immigration reform for now?; bills in the Arizona Legislature; Attorney General Tom Horne's legal troubles.

Tucson Working to Revive Miracle Mile, Property Owners See Value

In the decades since being the main highway to and through Tucson, street earned a reputation as a den of illicit activity, but things are changing.

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