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Downtown Rebound: Tucson Entertainment Finds Life

Part 2: Eat, drink and be merry attitude leading the renaissance of Tucson's historical center.

Downtown Rebound: How Did Tucson Get Here?

Part 1: Downtown has boomed before, but after a multi-decade downturn, it's on the rise.

Tucson Streetcar Marks Two Years, Two Million Riders

Passenger trends emerge, including - no surprise - summer as slowest time of year.

UA Research Finds Trees May Absorb Less CO2

North American forest growth slowing because of climate change, tree ring study reveals.

Republican Supervisors Candidates in Districts 1, 4

Primary voters have Ray Carroll's seat to fill and a challenge to incumbent Ally Miller.

US Hispanic Chamber Backs Clinton; Tucsonan Understands

Tucson Chamber's president says social issues equal fiscal issues in endorsements.

Pro, Con Arguments on $12 an Hour Minimum Wage Proposal

Proposition headed to November ballot would raise minimum wage to $12 in 2020.

Arizona Unemployment Up for Third Straight Month, to 5.8%

Joblessness up for the third straight month, despite better-than-normal summer jobs slump.

Preliminary State Report: Fiscal Year Surplus Is $222 Million

Slightly lower than projected but supportive of Legislature's 5% budget increase.

Arizona Assured It Will Get Lake Mead Water, Flake Confirms

State has been banking part of its Colorado River allocation in case of drought.

Supreme Court Justice Kagan Reschedules Tucson Visit

Will deliver UA College of Law Lecture next month and visit with law students.

National Parks at 100: Will Next Century Diversify Visitors?

Programs in the works to get more people of color, younger Americans to visit parks.

US Customs Taking Donations to Keep Ports Running

Municipalities, private businesses can contribute to projects at Arizona border.

Tucson Unveils Bicycle Boulevard Plan for Safe Streets

Draft is open for public review, with goal of 192 miles of bike-friendly boulevards.

Astronomers, Led by UA, Confirm 100-Plus New Planets

Celestial bodies could contain clues about our solar system's formation.

On Arizona-Mexico Border, 'It's a Community ... Not Separate'

College students immerse themselves in border life, finding common ground.

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