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LD2 House Candidates Talk Budget, Taxes

2 Dems, 1 Republican seek 2 seats in district stretching Tucson to Nogales

Tutor Mudhafar al-Husseini works with David Forsythe, a US Air Force ROTC student, on an Arabic assignment. Project GO, which the duo are part of, works with more than a dozen ROTC students on Arabic language and culture.

ROTC Cadets Learn Arabic for Middle East Duty

UA program prepares students with language, cultural skills

Eroica Trio Comes to Tucson

New York City's Eroica Trio joins the Tucson Symphony for weekend concerts

Political Roundtable: Friday, Oct. 5, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of the week's political happenings, including the presidential debate

Clean Elections Looking Into LD11 Spending

Pinal Republicans allege Democrat misspent in primary campaign

Pima County Library Holds Meetings on Ballot Propositions

League of Women Voters provides information on ballot questions

Tony Paniagua speaks to a couple of master gardeners who are holding a tour of their own gardens in the Tucson area to illustrate the amazing variety of plants that can be used in Pima County.

Master Gardeners Teach By Example

Master Gardener classes, home tour help newcomers to the region and new gardeners prepare for Southwestern planting

We speaks to several participants in the Occupy Tucson movement who continue to meet weekly and stay active on issues they find important, even though the occupy groups are no longer garnering much meida coverage.

Occupy Tucson: One Year Later

Movement no longer makes headlines, but supporters continue to meet weekly

How it Began!

A Time Traveler's Guide to the Universe

Marian Ahmed harvests tomatoes with the Iskashitaa Refugee Network. Ahmed is a refugee from Somalia who arrived in the U.S. more than eight years ago.

Web Feature: The Gleaners

Iskashitaa refugees find kinship, community in harvesting Tucson’s unwanted food

Tree Rings Tell the Stories of Monsoons Past

The University of Arizona analyzes rain patterns and implications by studying tree rings

Samantha Dickens, in her dinning room serving dinner for her and her husband. All these food items were purchased as part of the SNAP challenge.

Tucsonans Tackle Eating on $20 a Week

Participants say they wanted to experience what those receiving federal food assistance do every week

Emily Yetman, director of Living Streets Alliance, speaks about its history, programs, and goals.

Creating a Better Tucson

Local groups do their share to strengthen community

Karen Heider, co-chair for the PAWS High Tea, speaks about the 7th Annual High Tea, sponsored by the Professional Association of Women's Services (PAWS), an auxiliary of the Assistance League of Tucson.

High Tea Celebrates 'Power of the Teddy Bear'

Seventh annual benefit seeks to supply the simple toy to children in crisis

Olivier Guyon, University of Arizona physicist and astronomer, winner of a MacArthur 'genius grant.'

UA Scientist Wins 'Genius' Grant

MacArthur Foundation awards physicist Olivier Guyon $500K

Architect Les Wallach talks about his local and international projects which include the highly-praised UA Poetry Center just north of Speedway Boulevard as well as major endeavors in booming China.

Architecture for the World

Tucson company moves beyond our borders

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