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Book Arts & Letterpress Lab Teaches Old Craft

Donation of old printing presses expands art school's offerings

AZ Execution Prep Unacceptable, Lawyers Say

Federal public defenders ask to watch insertion of IV lines for lethal injections

Group: Video Shows Clinics Violate Abortion Law

In recording, attendant fields inquiry on pregnancy termination due to baby's sex

Desert Burro Roundup Starts Under Protest

Grijalva, animal rights activists say summer heat stressful for animals

Voter Registration? There's an App for That

Developed in NM, 'Evotee' is helping register Latinos in rural areas

Mine Project To Force Bisbee Residents to Move

13 tenants being permanently relocated to allow reclamation work

Preserving language and culture

Navajos Set Up New Judicial District in Pinon

Court to improve services in isolated region

Maricopa Sheriff Arpaio

No Arpaio Immigration Sweeps in 8 Months

ACLU says U.S. lawsuit led sheriff to back off; he says, 'I haven't stopped anything'

Venus Makes Once-In-Lifetime Celestial Cameo

Dozens gather in Tucson to watch planet cross between Earth and sun

The 2012 state budget ensures that the growth of Arizona's private prison industry.

Private Prisons Expand as Crime Declines

Opponents say expansion unnecessary; state cites maximum-security needs

Workshop Helps Ex-Convicts Restore Civil Rights

Restoration is easier with help, says man who completed process

Downtown Tucson

2 Rio Nuevo Board Members Removed

State Senate president seeks replacements for board chair Bain, member Grinnell

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

Tucson Working to Beautify Medians

Work crews are removing dead vegetation, debris along major roadways

Another Loss for Tombstone in Water Fight

Second Supreme Court justice denies emergency injunction request

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild discuss his first 180 days in office.

Rothschild Assesses His First 6 Months

Tucson mayor issues self-report card: handled 'low-hanging fruit'

Trade Between U.S., Mexico Tops $500 Billion

Border commerce growing faster than U.S. trade with China

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