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UA Seeking Funding for Farm Outreach, Tuition Balance

Annual budget request to state lawmakers calls for more money than governor has proposed.

One of the closed TUSD schools sits with empty hallways.

School Officials: Funding for Maintenance, Books Worries Them

As operating budgets stabilize, capital funding issues are focus for next fiscal year in Pima County.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild provides an update on his effort to end veterans' homelessness in the city by 2015.

Tucson's Needed Focus: Jobs, Trade, Mayor Says

Rothschild reflects on successes of last two years, sets economic goals for remaining years in his term.

Hearing Set on AZ Challenge in Voter ID Case

Judge will take evidence over two days in February as state seeks proof-of-citizenship for registration.

Report: AZ Lacks for Adequate Driver Safety Laws

Lack of teen driver laws, motorycle helmet requirement, others make state one of lowest-ranking in US.

Sharon Bronson, the co-chair of TREO (Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities), and Mara Aspinall, President of Ventana Medical Systems, discuss biomedical diagnostics and how it is effecting Pima County.

AZ Will Be First Home to New Bioscience Degree

Local biotech company, Ventana Medical Systems, joins forces with ASU to train workers in biomedical diagnosis.

Prescott Has Denied More Than 100 Yarnell Fire Damage Claims

Property owners, relatives of 19 perished Hotshots seek total of $662M; law firm says city not liable because didn't act intentionally.

University of Arizona Sociology Professor, Lane Kenworthy, joins us to discuss the science of poverty.

UA Sociology School Participates in Tucson Poverty Project

School collaborating with Mayor Rothschild to combat poverty in city; determine current status of residents.

Member of the Arizona state Legislature meet at the Senate Building.

Pima Board Fills Vacant AZ Senate Seat with State Rep.

Former Sen. Linda Lopez of Tucson resigned earlier in the month, Rep. Andrea Dalessandro of Green Valley chosen to replace her.

Economy Breakdown

AZ's Government Credit Rating One of Worst in Nation

Richard Stavneak with the Joint Legislative Budget Committee said despite the low rating state's credit has been improving.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

NPR: New Poll Explores Diversity Among Latinos in U.S.

About 1,500 people from various backgrounds were surveyed on their finances, education, culture.

AZ Rejects Adding More Medical Conditions for MMJ Use

Petitions to allow medical marijuana for PTSD, migraines and depression have been denied by DHS director.

AZ African American Leaders Fear Their Political Presence is Fading

State Sen. Leah Landrum-Taylor's retirement could leave state as one of a handful in U.S. with no African Americans in Legislature.

A look into the Sleeping Frog Farms.

Survey: TUSD Spent 38% of Meals Budget Locally Last School Year

Between 2011-12, school district spent twice the state average on Arizona products; plans to purchase more local food in future.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Secretary of Homeland Security Visiting AZ This Week

Jeh Johnson expected in Douglas, Tucson Weds. to receive briefing on efforts to secure the border.

Martin Luther Kink, jr

MLK Day of Service Events Get Community Involved

Americorps teams, politicians, students among those reaching out in spirit of civil rights lesader's life.

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