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We sit down with Kristen Nelson, Founder and Executive Director of Casa Libre en la Solana, and Hanna Ensor, Author and Vice President on the Board of Directors, to discuss their organization's 10th Anniversary and how it has impacted Tucson.

Local Group Celebrates 10 Years of Promoting Literary Diversity

Tucson's Casa Libre en la Solana's mission has been to support and enhance creativity of professional, novice writers.

AZ House Panel OKs Surprise Abortion Clinic Inspections

Bill backed by Arizona anti-abortion group would eliminate requirement of Dept. of Health Services to obtain warrant to do so.

4/17/12

AZ Gasoline Prices Slightly Down, Tucson Has Lowest Average

City has lowest average at $3.13 a gallon, Flagstaff the highest with $3.34 a gallon, Triple-A Arizona officials say.

We talk to Larry Lang, PhD, Program Director of Confucius Institute, Angelina Lin, Dancer Choreographer, and Jason Kiesl, Intern, about their integrative approach to enhance people’s understanding of the Chinese language and cultural.

UA Confucius Institute Using Art to Unite Chinese, US Cultures

Program manager says they focus on culture; recently brought master martial arts instructor for Chinese New Year fest.

Tucson's modern streetcar and light rail transit system has benefited from Congressional earmarks.

Tucson Streetcar Project Manager Says It's Going Smoothly

A launch date has yet to be announced but testing has been successful with 5 streetcars already in town, she says.

We take a look at the meteorites Geoff Notkin has on display during the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.

"Meteorite Man" Talks Dynamic Gem Show Brings to Tucson

"Tucsonans may not be fully aware of this amazing phenomenon," says Geoff Notkin, co-cost of science channel program.

A time lapse photograph of light pollution from Tucson reaching the Picacho Peak night sky.

AZ Bill Would Prohibit Local Gov Energy Efficiency Mandates

Some astronomers say it could affect efforts to protect dark skies as it would block government from requiring low-intensity outside lighting.

AZ House Debating Voting List Trimming Law Repeal

2013 legislation aimed to eliminate inactive voters, made it a crime for voter-outreach groups to turn in ballots; Senate committee OKed challenge last week.

Augusta Resources Readies for Takeover Bid

Rosemont’s parent corporation is assembling a team to deal with a buy out.

AZ Foreclosure Filings Drop to Pre-Recession Levels

January's report ranks AZ 17th in the country; there were 2,363 last month, according to RealtyTrac.

Pima County Declares Itself "Immigrant Friendly"

Board of Supervisors unanimously vote to pass resolution; however doesn't make changes to county laws.

Citizenship ceremony held in Tucson, Arizona on July 3, 2008.

New AZ Bill Would Require Citizenship for Correction Jobs

Arizona House committee passes legislation that would ensure corrections, detention officers to be American citizens, not just legal residents.

Rosemont Mine proposed site in the Santa Rita Mountains

Rosemont Mine Formal Objection Period Nearing Its Close

Public can weigh in on proposed mine until Feb. 14, ending a 45-day period for response to Coronado National Forest's environmental impact statement.

Agriculture Act Restores Disaster Aid to AZ Ranchers

Omnibus Federal Farm Bill encompassed a variety of agricultural programs from conservation to food stamps.

Brewer, Sonora Gov Collaborating to Lure Tech Businesses to Area

Pair announce new partnership to attract companies from around the world to Arizona-Sonora region.

Game & Fish: 2 One-Month-Old Bighorn Lambs Alive in Catalinas

Arizona's efforts to re-establish desert bighorn sheep has had rough beginning, now comes an optimistic sign for herd.

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