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AZ House Minority Leader Drops Out of Gubernatorial Race

State lawmaker announced decision Tuesday leaving only one Democratic candidate in 2014 elections.

A book written by Patrisia Gonzalez about thing such as natural law and the role of spirituality in Red Medicine.

New Book Discusses Native American Healing Practices

Author wrote about indigenous systems of healing that include birthing practices, dreaming, purification rites.

Native American Vets proudly incorporate their cultural heritage with traditional military uniform in this march.

Event Aims to Inform Native American Vets on Benefits

Gathering hosting veteran, non-veteran health organizations; ensuring all benefits are claimed.

Because artificial grass does not show the wear and tear that regular grass would, more groups (such as Mountain View's marching band) can make use of the field.

Local High Schools Switching to Artificial Grass

Sports fields using fake turf may be safer, cost less, more water efficient.

Environmental Group Encourages Applicants for Tree Program

Trees for Tucson provides home shade trees at low cots, promote benefits of planting trees.

Efforts Underway to Educate Arizonans On Affordable Care Act

Estimates indicate more than 1 million residents will qualify for financial healthcare assistance.

'Weird Plants' Flourish in Tucson

Curious adaptations to arid environments draw collectors from hobbyists to the horticulturally obsessed.

Arts in Pima County Mean More Than $80M to Local Economy

Direct spending higher than Maricopa, national average, according to studies measuring financial impact of arts and culture

Old Pima County courthouse in downtown Tucson.

Huckelberry: Delay Pima County Bond Election

Half-billion ballot measure targeted for 2014 should be put off to allow property tax base to recover, he says.

AZ Grassland Faces Threats from Mesquite Trees, Woody Plants

These plants were not present in the landscape traditionally, continue to spread.

We speak to Marge Pellegrino of the Hopi Foundation's Owl & Panther Project and Abby Hungwe, a volunteer with the group and a student at Pima Community College.

Poetry Group Encourages Submissions for Annual Contest

State Society focuses on promotion of writing; entries of previously unpublished work sought.

Tucson Election Dates Challenged in Appeals Court

City won local court case allowing odd-year elections, state challenging the decision.

Critically Acclaimed Musicians Share Cuban Sounds with Tucson

Buena Vista Social Club founder shows no sign of slowing down after decades of playing Cuban music worldwide

Next Generation of Wireless Communication in the Works

UA researchers received $5.5M to create 5G wireless data service; one of the goals is to ease clog of growing amount of data.

An art deco wall created by Charles Clement.

Legendary Artists Integrates Art, Architecture Throughout Tucson

Charles Clement's pieces can be seen in buildings, various places around the city.


Climate Change May Affect West Nile Mosquitoes, Study Says

UA researchers used computer models to predict impacts of weather changes on mosquito populations.

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