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Sally Black, Navajo from Monument Valley, UT, weaving a basket at a recent event that brought together basket makers from a variety of Native American communities.

Preserving Culture Through Native American Basket Weaving

Tradition is a cultural practice that helps maintain historical aspects of Native American society.

UA Dance School Showcases Father of American Ballet

Balanchine's "Tarantella" is being presented through Nov. 3; for university to have been allowed to present one of his works is an honor, director says.

Downtown Tucson pedestrians

Pedestrian Deaths Abnormally High in 2013

Fatalities have nearly tripled since 2012, which had six deaths while this year has had 16 so far, city of Tucson officials say.

AZ Wants Abortion Clinic Funding Blockage Revived

Att. Gen. Horne files appeal Weds. to overturn ruling of law that prevents health providers that perform procedure from getting money.

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking west from Highway 83.

EPA Recommends Rosemont Should Not Get Water Permit

Agency explained proposed activities by mine project to mitigate water damage in area would not be sufficient.

Arizona Spotlight for Nov. 22, 2013

Annual bicycling race faces financial challenges, exploring tribal and dance music mixes, restoring plants in Patagonia to help polinators, and more

Construction Sales Taxes Lead State Revenue Gains

Double-digit increases continue in contractor purchases; retail income also shows strong gains at 8.1%.

Katie Nixon, Chief Investment Officer for Northern Trust Co., discusses investment strategies and the scenario with the stock market.

Discussing Investment Strategies, US Stock Market

During recent trip to Tucson, chief investment officer at Northern Trust spoke about investment, the country's economy.

AZ's Rate of Uninsured Children Third Highest in US, Report Says

Georgetown University study found 13.2 percent of Arizona's kids don't have health coverage.

Getting a business loan in today's tough economy can be very challenging for start-up companies but some are finding alternative sources of assistance.

Report: Hispanic Consumers Spending $43M in AZ This Year

Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's Datos released, also found there are 67,000 Hispanic-owned businesses in Arizona.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild provides an update on his effort to end veterans' homelessness in the city by 2015.

Mayor: Tucson's Housed More Than 200 Vets Since Summer

223 homeless veterans, their families got a home in the first 100 days of city's initiative to end veterans' homelessness.

Migrant Detention Facility Cellblocks Freezing, Detainees Say

While detention cells aren't designed with comfort in mind, human rights groups, undocumented migrants say conditions inside some BP stations have become unsafe.

Major League Soccer Preseason Returning to Tucson

Games played at Kino Sports Complex's new north stadium will bring in about $4M in annual revenues.

Tucson Schools Recognized for Health, Fitness Efforts

U.S. Department of Agriculture's Healthier-US School Challenge giving out awards for healthy food options,nutrition ed, physical activity.

Report: Parks Closure During Gov Shutdown Cost AZ Millions

Data from National Parks Conservation Association says Grand Canyon lost $19.5M in visitor spending.

Hong Hua, optical engineer at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences, discusses developing her own version of Google Glass and exploring some of its possible uses.

Google Glass Brings Consumers Wearable Technology

A wearable, portable computer although fascinating, it also raises privacy, security concerns.

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