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Grease and sun used to produce biodiesel

UA to Study Effects of Biodiesel-blend Fuels

Recycled cooking oils, animal fats added to fuels for mining machines

Steve Kozachik (R), Tucson City Council Member of Ward 6, joins in looking back at the week in politics, including the US Senate race, Congressional District 1 race, and greyhound racing.

Tucson Councilman Seeks State Incentive for Filmmakers

Kozachik says attracting production would add jobs, state revenue

your vote 2012 AZPM election coverage

LD2 House Candidates Talk Budget, Taxes

2 Dems, 1 Republican seek 2 seats in district stretching Tucson to Nogales

AZ Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday

Sign up online, at party offices, at county offices

Tutor Mudhafar al-Husseini works with David Forsythe, a US Air Force ROTC student, on an Arabic assignment. Project GO, which the duo are part of, works with more than a dozen ROTC students on Arabic language and culture.

ROTC Cadets Learn Arabic for Middle East Duty

UA program prepares students with language, cultural skills

Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever died in a vehicle accident Sept. 18, 2012.

Cochise Sheriff Had 0.29% Blood Alcohol in Crash

Autopsy on Dever shows more than 3 times legal limit for drunkenness

3/29/12

CPS Seeks 200 More Workers

$49M needed to handle growing child welfare caseload

Border Agent Eulogized as Family Man

Nicholas Ivie, father of 2 remembered as dedicated, loving

Clinton in AZ to Campaign for Carmona

Former president will speak at Wednesday rally in Tempe

Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever died in a vehicle accident Sept. 18, 2012.

Alcohol a Factor in Dever's Death

Cochise County sheriff impaired by alcohol when killed in car crash, authorities say

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Nicholas Ivie, who was killed outside of Bisbee Tuesday.

FBI Confirms Border Patrol Shooting Was Friendly Fire

Preliminary investigation shows deadly incident involved "only the agents"

Two Anniversary Events At Madera Canyon Tomorrow

Friends of Madera Canyon celebrates 25th, Forest Service celebrates 40th anniversary of Volunteers in National Forests Act of 1972

Political Roundtable: Friday, Oct. 5, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of the week's political happenings, including the presidential debate

Clean Elections Looking Into LD11 Spending

Pinal Republicans allege Democrat misspent in primary campaign

AZ Week: Economy Gaining, But Slowly

State officials approach revenue projections with caution

Candidate Endorsements Pile Up, But Do They Matter?

Some say they guide voters, others say they're a small part of voter education

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