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Tucson, Phoenix Can Keep Existing Election Cycles, Judge Rules

Decision called victory for charter cities' authority; legislation mandated conformity to state elections cycle.

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Arizona Universities Praised for Green Efforts

State schools receive high ranks in recent list of environmentally friendly colleges; UA highest of the three.

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AZ Foreclosures Continue to Decline in July

State falls out of worst 10 in nation for first time in 6 ½ years; number down 60.4% from year ago.

Students and supporters of TUSD's Mexican American Studies program protest before the Jan. 10, 2012 Governing Board meeting.

TUSD Board OKs Culturally Relevant Curriculum

3-2 vote for history, government classes to be taught from minority perspectives, starting this week.

UA Sports Broadcaster Dave Sitton Dies at 58

TV play-by-play announcer for fooball, basketball for more than 2 decades; ran for Congress in 2012.

Local leaders are trying to increase the number of bicycle users in our community.

Pima County Removes Bike Racks from Downtown Library

Decision comes after several complaints from staff, others of fights, drug use, public urination in area.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild

Tucson Mayor Calls for Volunteers to Read at Public Schools

Wants to double number of readers to help support children as new read-by-third-grade law takes effect.

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Tucson Retirement Ballot Initiative Goes to Court

Measure would ask voters to OK city government retirement system changes to reduce costs.

UA Launches Online Pediatric Integrative Med Curriculum

Demand for alternative treatments rising; program emphasizes preventative approach for complex issues.

AZ Poison, Drug Center: Caution with Baby Rattlesnakes

The agency says they deliver as much poison as an adult; unable to rattle meaning they can approach people unwarned.

Blue Grass Jam Sessions Bring Music To The Community

For two Tucson musicians the traditional American style of music is 'what fills their heart and lifts their soul.'

Mohammad Abdollahi, originally from Iran, works for the National Immigration Youth Alliance, a social media hub advocating for legalization of young students.

'Dreamers' Not Just from Latin American Countries

While conversations about immigration reform mostly focus on Latinos, those of other backgrounds interested.

AZ Game and Fish: Leave Fawns in the Wild

Agency recently received 2 baby deer from people who thought they were rescuing the animals.

Not Burnt Out Just Unscrewed

Tucson-based improv comedy troupe plans to expand and establish a new theater


AZ Gasoline Prices Lower For Second Consecutive Week

Average statewide price is $3.50 per gallon; Tucson has lowest cost at $3.36, Flagstaff highest at $3.74.

UA Emergency System Sends False Alarm to Hundreds

The university is looking into an incident where personnel received an erroneous alert about a threat on campus.

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