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Tucson Fashion Week Welcomes Betsey Johnson

Organizers hope the annual event will raise Tucson's "style profile", attract new business.

A Mexican Grey Wolf rests in the sun.

3 Mexican Gray Wolves to be Removed from AZ Wild

Wildlife state, national agencies attempting to catch 2 male, 1 female wolf using tranquilizer darts shot from helicopters.

Margo Cowan, attorney in the Pima County Public Defender's Office

Immigrant Rights Activists Challenge Charges After Arrest

On Oct. 11 protestors stopped two buses with detainees en route to fed court known as Operation Streamline; charged with felonies.

Wildflower designs a menu that uses locally sourced ingredients.

Chef's Inspiration Comes from Local Ingredients

Omar Huerta, executive chef of Wildflower, says his menu revolves around locally sourced food items.

Acclaimed Jazz Bassist Talks Trajectory, Work With Miles Davis

AZPM contributor Jake Feinberg sat down for a conversation with Dave Holland prior a performance at the Musical Instrument Museum on Oct. 4 in Phoenix.

AZ Court Explains Reasons for Blocking Campaign Funding Law

Court of Appeals releases opinion on temporary delaying implementation increasing money from donors to election candidates.

Fed Health Secretary Visits Phoenix To Rally for Obamacare

Kathleen Sebelius in AZ Thursday to promote health law amid complaints about how implementation has begun.

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AZ Continues to Press Citizenship Proof for Voters

State joins Kansas in asking judge to order federal election officials to approve registration form changes.

AZ, KS File Request to Speedy Voting Law Lawsuit Hearing

States asking court to force a federal agency to quickly modify voter registration forms to fully enforce proof of citizenship to vote.

Economist George Hammond talks about the state of the Arizona economy.

AZ Economy Growing Slowly, Economist Says

Economic expansion is continuing, but state hasn't caught up to pre-recession growth rates.

French Graphic Novel Tells Story of Tucson Music Scene

A new graphic novel released in Europe highlights the music scene and culture of Tucson.

Few understand the struggles that families and friends of victims face in the aftermath of homicide.

Man Executed for 6 Tucson Murders in 1990s

Robert Glen Jones Jr. given lethal injection at AZ State Prison; director of Homicide Survivors talks of aftermath.

Tucson-based company plans to offer balloon rides to edge of space.

NPR: Company Plans to Launch Balloon Ride to Stratosphere

World View, a new space tourism company in Tucson, would offer option to passengers as early as 2015; price about $75K.

Leilani Clark, who said she was pepper sprayed at the Oct. 8 immigrant rights protest scene, prepares to address the City Council.

Activists Ask Tucson City Council to Change Enforcement of SB1070

Immigration advocates want city to explore ways to comply with state law while reducing Border Patrol calls.

Navajo Generating Station Releases Emission Proposal

EPA requiring plant to reduce emission to improve visibility at nearby national parks including Grand Canyon.

Michael McNulty, photographer, explains how we perceive of the color of light, and even what lies beyond the visible spectrum.

Desert Photographer Explores Science of Color Vision

Michael McNulty looks into research offering insights on physical properties of light, human perception specific to the Sonoran desert.

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