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We have a profile of a coffee expert, Noel Trapp, who's consulting services have been sought around the world and we find out why he has decided to make Tucson his home.

Passionate Barista Spreads the Gospel of Good Coffee

In one Tucson coffee shop, an unusual coffee expert pursues the perfect cup of joe.

The National Immigrant Farming Initiative is currently working on projects that are transforming the model for the rural family farm.

Immigrants Bring Farming Skills to U.S.

New arrivals often know of small-scale, sustainable practices

You've heard that many newspapers across the country are struggling but some of the smaller ones are actually doing well, according to their publishers. We speak to one local administrator as well as one the advertisers in one of the papers.

Political Endorsements Explained

How do newspapers choose the candidates they endorse?

Win, Lose or Draw

Cartoon Humor in Campaigns

The Haunting of Centennial Hall

The presence of ghosts and spirits around the University of Arizona

Celebrating 'King of Instruments'

Southern AZ's American Guild of Organists promotes history, modern purpose

2012 City of Tucson Results

TUSD Board Race

Tucson Housing Market Continues Slow Recovery

Many factors contributing to improvements, but uncertainty remains about future

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Campaign signs including: Jeff Flake, No on Prop 121, Tanner Bell, as well as several others on Oracle Road.

Political Roundtable: Friday, Oct. 26, 2012

Landowner-county dispute, final days of election campaign

Vail Residents to Consider Future Governance

Community members embrace incorporation; now group will discuss what that entails

Kirti Khalsa, MD. and chief operating officer of the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation talks about memory screening.

Screening Aims to Raise Alzheimer's Awareness

Local residents who attend the event can test their memory, learn more about Alzheimer's disease

President & CEO of Pima Council on Aging,  Jim Murphy talks about the PCOA Survey.

Council on Aging Seeks Information

Aim is to help prepare for population growing older.

Book at Pima County Public Library

Younger Adults Reading More, Pew Research Shows

New study reveals 83% of 16- to 29-year-olds read a book in past year

Brewer Names New Pima County Judge

Juvenile court hearing officer elevated to Superior Court

Jobs the Priority in Pima County Plan

Proposed economic development plan calls for job retention, regional cooperation

Web Feature: Tucson’s Ghostbusters

A trio of investigators takes on Southern Arizona’s paranormal side

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