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Astronauts Doug Hurley (left) and Rex Walheim (right) listen as a Paragon employee shows them how the tubes they manufacture are made.

Tucson Company Welcomes Visit From Astronauts

Local aerospace industry helping build NASA's next generation of spacecraft.

Do to the change in testing students, success emerged in the Vail School District as they are now the top-rated, multi-school district in the State of Arizona according to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE).

AZ Department of Education: $8 Million to Boost Safety

Schools' funding of salaries for more school-resource officers, security upgrades and emergency planning.

A cactus forest at the Tucson Mountain Unit of Saguaro National Park

AZ Group Seeks Volunteers for Wilderness Areas

Coalition offers steward training to monitor 1 million acres of back country.

Janet Napolitano, Governor of Arizona

Napolitano Resigns from Homeland Security

Will become first female president of University of California system; she is former AZ governor.

Rosemont Groundwater Permit Upheld on Second Appeal

State OKs company to start building retention ponds near proposed copper mine site.

4/17/12

AZ Gasoline Prices Down This Week

However, analysts say they will increase soon, crude oil now about $100 per barrel.

View of the Yarnell Hill Fire south of Prescott. The 8,400-acre fire left 18 hotshot firefighters dead.

Yarnell Fire 100% Contained

U.S. Forest Service said the blaze that killed 19 Prescott firefighters ceased late Wednesday night.

The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

House GOP Calls Senate-Passed Immigration Bill 'Flawed'

Step-by-step approach to rewriting what speaker calls 'Obamacare-like' legislation.

The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

Immigration Reform Hits Big GOP Wall in US House

Senate-passed bill will be ignored, Speaker Boehner says; Grijalva, other House Dems rally for passage.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with Arizona's federal officials about issues affecting Tucson.

City Approves Water Service Changes

Tucson's geographic limitations have been refined.

AZ Health Centers Awarded $2.3 Million

El Rio received $290K; the money will go toward funding programs to help patients find insurance under Affordable Care Act.

Tucson Unified School District's Governing Board. From left to right, Michael Hicks, Kristel Ann Foster, President Adelita Grijalva, Cam Juárez, Dr. Mark Stegeman.

TUSD Approves $567M Budget, Culturally Relevant Classes

Unexpected state funds will be used to restore some jobs, increase teacher salaries.

City Council Increases TCC Renovation Budget

An agreement was reached on cost for project, price for upgrades exceeds $7.8 million.

SPECIAL REPORT: 20% of Pima County Residents in Poverty

Find out what being poor means in southern Arizona.

Phoenix-Tucson Passenger Train Options Narrowed

3 routes, including one paralleling I-10; state transportation officials hope to select one by year's end.

Monsoon rain is a common Tucson attraction during the month of July.

Heavy Rainfall Can Harm Roads

Damage is seen as potholes and cracks.

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