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3/29/12

Study: 9% of Tucson Workforce in Infrastructure

City is below national average or 10 percent; some local businesses argue more positions in field are needed.

Local governments are planning to extend the number and length of bicycle paths in an effort to increase ridership in our community.

Tucson 9th in Nation for Commutes by Bike

US Census Bureau releases commuting data; more than 5,500 people in city ride bikes to work, or 2.4 percent of the area's working population.

Spring Signals the Start of Honeybee Migration Season in AZ

Experts say the negative reputation of Africanized bees is not entirely deserved.

UA Film Students Get Taste of Silver Screen at Events

The Magic Hour will present movies by juniors at School of Theatre, Film & Television; while I Dream in Widescreen showcases graduate students and seniors' work.

Fed Election Officials Want Halt of Proof of Citizenship to Vote

U.S. Election Assistance Comm. asks 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for emergency administrative suspension of judge's refusal to grant block.

Tucson's mayor and Mexican officials unveil new sculpture at Sunset Park in front of City Hall

Tucson Mayor Receives Highest Award from Mexican Govt

Institute for Mexicans Abroad says Rothschild has contributed to the Mexican community in the city, strengthened relationships between the two countries.

DuVal Files More Than 10K Sigs, Officially in Gubernatorial Race

Fred DuVal faces no serious competition for the Democratic nomination in the August primaries.

A-10 Would Get 1 More Year of Life in Congressional Proposal

D-M's main aircraft, supporting thousands of jobs, wins House committee approval, as Barber pushes to protect it.

Tucson Drafts Updates to Urban Agriculture Code

Kristen Culliney and her family keep 8 hens in their midtown backyard, making them outlaws under current city zoning code, her local homeowner’s association rules.

Tucson Takes 2nd Place in Water-Saving Competition

Residents pledged to save 66 million gallons of water; placed behind Corpus Christi, TX.

Fletcher McCusker, chairman of the Rio Nuevo District Board, talks about the project and recent chanes to their funding.

Rio Nuevo Upgrading TCC Through End of Year

Downtown redevelopment allowed to expand beyond hotel and convention center thanks to legislation signed into law last year.

Campaign to Recall 2 PCC Board Members Fails

Organizers unable to collect enough signatures; say they pushed recall because board members are responsible for Pima’s probation.

Fired Senior CPS Workers: We're Being Made Scapegoats

The five were let go for their role in closing more than 6,500 child abuse and neglect cases without investigation.

We learn about an amateur baseball tournament that plays the game by its original rules.

AZ's Vintage Baseball League Wraps Up Season in Historic Park

Game played with original rules, uniforms, songs and traditions at Bisbee's Warren Ballpark.

Bruce A. Wright, Associate Vice President of The University of Arizona Tech Parks.

UA Tech Park Inspires Local Youth in STEM Education Fields

Education outreach a mission of the technology research arm of University of Arizona; wins Metropolitan Education Commission's Crystal Apple Award.

UPDATED: 9 Tribes Sharing $700K for Renewable Energy

Interior Secretary visited Phoenix Wednesday and announced grant program for Native American tribes; also approval for what would be largest solar power plant on tribal land.

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