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AZ Fourth Grade Math Scores Higher, Assessment Says

National Center for Education Statistics says state continues to sustain growth in all subjects as well; however nationally is still below average.

Community Food Banks Need Donations for Holiday Season

Food bank official says demand for services increases in winter months.

AZ Week: Barber Standing Strong With Vet Affairs

'It is a real disgrace that we should have any veteran homeless,' Arizona Democrat says.

Solar panel array at Tucson Water's Central Avra Valley Storage and Recovery Project

AZ Considers Another Large Scale Solar Power Plant

Proposed project, Maricopa County Park, would produce 300 megawatts of solar electricity, enough to power about 150,000 homes.

No Entrance Fees at National Parks Veterans Day Weekend

In Southern Arizona that includes both east and west parts of the Saguaro National Park, Coronado National Forest.

Residents Seek to Make Usable Compost from Human Excrement

Experiments are underway to turn waste into a new source of fertilizer using special toilets.

UA Researchers Awarded Grant to Study Fall Prevention

Grant-funded pilot study will combine virtual reality-based physical training with yoga meditation technique.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, November 8, 2013

Democratic landslide in Tucson City Council elections, what happened and why; Rio Nuevo's upcoming work with city of Tucson.

AZ Week: Phoenix WWII Memorial Honors Vets

Main focus are the men, women from Arizona who died in World War II, Secretary of State Ken Bennet says.

AZ Board of Regents Wants $1B to Build More Research Labs

Board wants Legislature to have the state borrow amount to pay for building new facilities to double research grant funding pulled by state universities.

Hearings Scheduled for Najavo Plant's Emission Control Poposals

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set up 5 public hearings to discuss control plans from coal-fired plant on Navajo Nation.

NAU Student Housing May Result in Eviction of Area's Residents

Proposed project by Georgia-based company could force about 50 families to move out from their homes.

Author Presents His Theory on JFK Assassination in Book

As the 50th anniversary of the tragedy approaches, Dr. Richard Buyer discusses what he believes is the truth behind Kennedy's death.

Carol Garrard, President of the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona, discusses the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona and opera students at the university of Arizona who are inaugurating their new season on Thursday 14, November.

UA Opera Theater Inaugurates New Season

New season will start Nov. 14, with a production of Johann Strauss II's "Die Fledermaus."

Tucson Sci-Fi Fest Turns 40, Kicks Off This Weekend

TusCon convention will take place from Nov. 8-10; fans will get to hang out, partake in various activities with favorite authors, artists, filmmakers.

Doc Explores '60s Activism Through Family Experience

"It's a film about the tragedy of idealism," says director of Tatanka, one of the films featured at the Loft Film Festival.

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