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We interview Green Party candidate for Tucson Mayor, Mary DeCamp as she talks about tackling local issues.

Green Party Mayoral Candidate Wants to Work With Both Major Parties

DeCamp wants to bridge partisan politics on the Tucson City Council

We talk with a specialist and a man saved by chest-compression-only CPR.

Saving Lives with CPR

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation can be vital in unexpected circumstances

Tucson's Miracle Mile Monterey Court is being "reborn" as a art gallery/studio space complete with cafe, and music venue.

New Lease on Life for Monterey Motor Court

Business along historic Miracle Mile being reborn as gallery, studios, cafe, performance space

We speak with the new skipper of the USS Tucson, commanding officer James O'Harrah as he tells us about the history and duties of the submarine.

USS Tucson Sailors Visit Arizona

Submarine captain's visit aimed at educating, thanking

Patrick McCarthy from the Beacon Foundation and Ethan Orr, executive director of Linkages explain how they provide companies with disabled workers.

During "Dream Month," Groups Match Disabled With Jobs

Two organizations work together to fight and raise awareness of disabled workers' high unemployment rates

We speak to the 10th 2011 LUMIE award winner, Lisa Lovallo from Cox Communications who won an award for "Large Business."

Lumie No. 10: Cox Communications Supports the Arts

Arts Council honors 'large business parter' for its community arts work

Head of UA's Cancer Center Dr. David Alberts says clinical trials for cancer treatments help improve effectiveness.

Treating Cancer with an Individualized Approach

The Arizona Cancer Center continues research on new methods of cancer treatment

How Technology is Changing the Public Library

The Pima County Public Library relies more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books?

Man checking out at business

New Economic Development Board Gets Down to Business

High-paying jobs should be Commerce Authority's singular focus, economist says

Tucson To Host 2012 Soccer Tournament

Tourism officials say fans will pump dollars into local economy during games

Losing AHCCCS: Southern Arizona Copes With Medicaid Cuts

An Arizona Public Media special report on cuts' impact to patients and health care providers

We speak to a couple of artists who are also professors at the University of Arizona about their work and art education.

When Teachers Show and Tell

The School of Art Faculty Exhibition showcases art faculty's artwork

Ward Four Candidates Differ on Future of Rio Nuevo

Shirley Scott and Tyler Vogt see different future for downtown development

Superintendent of Saguaro National Park, Darla Sidles (left) and Exec. Director/CEO of WNPA, James E. Cook (right) talk about Western National Park Association and its mission.

A Book-Based Boost for National Parks

Local group's stores support some of the nation's spectacular scenic areas

Officials are converting one-way streets into two-way streets in downtown Tucson. Drainage improvements, the modern street car and a four lane roadway will also begin soon making accessibility even greater.

Businesses Push for Change of Direction

City begins conversion to two-way traffic pattern along portion of North 6th Avenue

Web Feature: A New Lens on the World

Parks in Focus uses photography to connect inner-city kids and the great outdoors

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