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Tucson Buying More Solar Power from TEP

Corporation Commission vote allows city government to expand from 4% renewable energy to 10%.

McCain Not Blocking Army Gen.'s Second Term Nomination

Last week the AZ Republican senator expressed dissatisfaction toward officer's responses on potential U.S. military action in Syria.

Border National Monument is Center of Conflict

Organ Pipe Cactus Park has sparked issues among Border Patrol, ecologists, visitors.

Access to Yarnell Fire Site Starts Tuesday

Today will be the first time media is able to observe the site where 19 Prescott Hotshots were killed while battling the blaze.

Border Mayors Talk Immigration, Cross-Border Economics

Members of the Arizona-Sonora Border Mayors Coalition discuss future plans for their towns.

Group Detained After Asking for Asylum at Border

Nine long-time undocumented U.S. residents want to 'come back home.'

AZ Revenues Above Budget for Fiscal 2012-13

Legislative budget analysts report $9.13B brought to state coffers, 1.7% ahead of projections.

Pima County Library Nurses Program Recognized as Innovative

The service pairs public health nurses with patrons to educate the public on health issues.

Tucson Goal: House Hundreds of Homeless Vets in 2.5 Years

Mayor Rothschild, city stepping up to national challenge, hopes to lead example for other communities.

McCain: Strong Campaigns for Immigration Bill Lacking

The Republican senator said business and religious groups could influence House Republicans' votes for the reform.

Pima Animal Care Center Overflowing with Animals

Center has 724 dogs, cats, setting record and over capacity; county offers $13 flat-fee adoptions.

Brewing to Aid 19 Hotshots' Families

Arizona breweries making a special beer in honor of the Yarnell Fire fallen, all proceeds going to charity.

AZ Week: Poverty Comes to Suburbs

New face of hardship emerges among middle class on edges of Phoenix, Tucson metro areas.

Free Vaccines for Back-to-School Children

El Rio, Boys & Girls Club, Pima County Health Dep., co-sponsoring four free immunization events.

Museum Launches Historical Textile Databases

The organized collections of data include pieces from the Pueblo, Navajo and Spanish-American cultures.

PCC Faces Discrimination Lawsuit From Student

A Tucson woman claims the institution violated her constitutional rights.

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