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AZ Appeals Court to Hear Cases at UA Law School

Annual event is set up so law school students can learn first-hand how an appeals hearing works.

Arugula is just one of the plants that can be started in Tucson winters.

Organic Gardening in Cooler Months

President of local organic gardeners nonprofit shares tips for those who would like to get their hands dirty.

Arizona State Parks Open For Business During Shutdown

Park officials said they have seen an increase in number of visitors camping in northern AZ, since more than 250 federal camping sites in the state closed last week.

Arizona's desert sun is beautiful, but it can be deadly with too much skin exposure.

Climate Change Impact Felt in SW With Rising Temps

Recent report shows human influence; higher temperatures bring health, wildfire risks to the Southwest.

Tucson Ward 3 City Council Forum

Incumbent Uhlich, challenger Buehler-Garcia differ on street repairs, D-M, gun buy background checks, more.

AZ Week: Bringing Bullying to an End in Society

Greater prevention efforts needed in legal, educational realms in schools, cyberspace, workplace, experts say.

Free School Lunches At Risk with Shutdown

US Department of Agriculture, which funds program at schools, says meals paid through October

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Tucson to Launch Mental Illness Awareness Week

Weekend event will host US Rep. Barber for a news conference, other speakers, discussions, movie screening.

A Closer Look at Glass Art

Tucson artists Tom Philabaum opens the doors of his workspace; shares his trajectory with the material.

A conversation with two members of the U of A College of the Humanities about the annual Humanities Week celebration, happening October 7-11, 2013.

UA Humanities Week Celebrates Themes That Endured Time

This year's event will showcase works throughout history that have withstood; activities include poetry and prose readings.

Arizona 4-H Celebrates 100 Years, Brings New Programs

Centennial anniversary marks traditional and contemporary programs teaching students life skills.

Tohoho O'odham Nation Used as Model For Tribal Governance

The Southern Arizona nation has a structure other tribes can learn from; is part of a course at the UA that shares information about such structure.

The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

Govt Shutdown Affecting Immigration Issues

Two-thirds of nation's courts handling such issues are closed or working strictly limited schedules.

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

Number of Homeless Children of Deportees Growing

Nonprofit helping teens says 50% more are offspring of people sent to home countries as undocumented.

Acclaimed Fusion Percussion Band Red Baraat Coming to Tucson

A Q&A with Sunny Jain, who DownBeat magazine describes as a rising star of the percussion world.

UA Launches Campaign to Raise Money for Old Main Renovation

Goal: $13.5 million for project that began in January to fix oldest building on campus, erected in 1891.

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