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New Survey Shows Dissatisfaction Among Teachers in S. AZ

Tucson Values Teachers surveyed 1,600 educators in public, private, charter schools; say they are not likely to be teaching in this region in the future.

High school students working in a community garden.

Pueblo High Builds Community Strength Through Gardening

High school students build relationships through intergenerational project in South Tucson.

AZ Paying About $138K in Lawyer Fees for School Districts Suit

Legislature challenged over decision to stop providing annual increase in funding; districts successful in challenging.

Mesa Mayor Enters GOP AZ Gubernatorial Primaries

Mayor Scott Smith announces candidacy Thursday; joining Secretary of State Ken Bennett, Treasurer Doug Ducey.

Alex Rodriguez, of the Arizona Technology Council, discusses the groups legislative agenda and priorities for the 2014 legislative session.

Venture Capital, Research Funding at Top of Tech Biz Wish List

Technology companies requesting action from state Legislature on business-expansion assistance.

Doctors Without Borders help  citizens on the Philippines after a typhoon left millions homeless and without basic necessities.

Philippines Recovery Includes Tucsonan Disaster Coordinator

Doctor with Doctors Without Borders discusses experience in typhoon-struck island after recent return to U.S. soil.

A map of the possible locations for a January 8th memorial.

Jan. 8 Permanent Memorial Planning Begins New Stage

Three years after tragedy, location selected at Pima County Courthouse; design ideas underway.

New Plans for Some of TUSD's Closed Schools

Two of 11 will be used as daycares, another sold; less vandalism, better security on empty buildings than closures that took place in 2010.

3 Decades Later: Mental Health Suit Against AZ Settled

Arnold vs. Sarn began in 1981, alleged state did not appropriately fund comprehensive mental health system.

Memorials Around Town for Jan. 8 Shooting Anniversary

Wed. marks three years since the Tucson tragedy; events commemorating victims began Monday, will continue until Jan. 19.

AZ Gubernatorial Campaign Figures Begin to Arise

Republican hopeful Treasurer Doug Ducey says he's raised about $1M; lone Democrat Fred Duval's raised about $800K.

Pima Community College, PCC.

Two PCC Board Members Facing Recall Effort

Campaigns say targetted members were part of the reason the college is now on probation.

Kristina Bishop, Ph.D., adjunct professor at the University of Arizona School of Geography and Development, discusses her  work on HIV/AIDS and how it helps local college students understand the complexity of health and health care in southern Africa.

UA Professor: HIV/AIDS "Extremely Serious" in S. Africa

Kristina Bishop of the School of Geography and Development discusses her travels to continent for research.

Groups Demand Air Quality Enforcement at Generating Station

EPA has proposed three deadlines for reducing emissions at Navajo coal-powered station; public comment on the proposals ended Monday.

More Than 5,100 Ignored Abuse Cases Now Assigned to CPS

The CARE team, created after news that about 6,500 reports went un-investigated, says they're well on track.

Pima Ends Photo Radar Program

Board voted 4-0 not to renew traffic camera contract; supervisors may consider another version, targeting school zones.

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