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Hana Abdulaziz Feeney, a registered dietitian with UA's Campus Health Service, discusses the upcoming Food Day event where people are encouraged to learn more about sustainable food sources.

Event Teaches Public About Healthy, Sustainable Foods

UA hosts 4th annual Food Day celebration, which will highlight nutrition, sustainable foods through various events.

Grijalva Urges Congress to Continue Immigration Reform Talks

Gov. shutdown is over, Obama says he wants lawmakers to focus on reform; there is too much to lose if they don't, Grijalva says.

row of red houses

Foreclosures in Phoenix Continue to Decline

Lenders took back a record 5,100 homes in the metro area in March 2010, only 697 homes in foreclosure last month.

Feeding time for the pigs at Ironwood Pig Sanctuary.

Pot-Bellied Pigs Wait for New Parents At Local Sanctuary

Ironwood Pig Sanctuary is the home for unwanted, abused pot-bellied pigs; since its opening the animals have kept on coming.

Tucson Average Gasoline Prices Drop Again

City's gas costs declined by 1.5 cents in the past week, lowering average to $3.20 per gallon; country's average declines to $3.36.

Oro Valley's Kwasman to Run for Congress

First-term GOP legislator will be third candidate in primary field, challenging Democratic incumbent Kirkpatrick.

Attorney General Tom Horne.

Military Personnel Indicted in Tucson-Based Case

AZ Attorney General Horne announces accusations for 8 state Air National Guard officers, 13 enlisted who allegedly falsified records for more pay.

AZ Week: Effects of Technology, Other Forces in Current Journalism

5 media members explore state of media in society as 'watchdogs,' transparency of information, technology.

New Seminar Series Addresses Health Disparities

UA's College of Medicine launches series with talk about LGBT health issues; aims to foster inclusion in health care.

Arizona Capitol Buildling

State Employees Furloughed During Shutdown Will Be Paid

Certain state employees were furloughed because their salaries are partially or fully funded by the federal government.

Proposition to Bring I-11 Receives Opposition

A group of residents is objecting to an option that would build a highway through Avra Valley, just west of Tucson.

Meeting on Changes to Gray Wolf Protection Coming to AZ

U.S. Fish and Wildlife hadpreviously left out this state despite being home to many Mexican gray wolves; Sen. Flake urged for forum to happen.

AZ Game and Fish to Release 30 Bighorn Sheep at Catalina State Park

It's part of the agency's effort to re-establish a viable herd in the Santa Catalina Mountains as they disappeared from area in late '90s.

Running Events Downtown Modify Routes Amid Streetcar

Various marathons are scheduled in the area Sunday; organizers change route because of recently completed sections of streetcar line.

Tucson Ward 5 City Council Forum

Democratic incumbent Fimbres, Republican challenger Polak argue ward's economy, businesses, as well as stands on SB 1070 and gun laws.

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raytheon Lays Off Group of Salaried Employees

Company spokesman says cuts made to remain 'competitive in the marketplace;' they will be offered severance benefits.

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