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Rare 'Blood Super Moon' Coming in Lunar Eclipse

Many lunar coincidences contribute to what astronomers say will be stunning night sky Sunday.

METRO WEEK: Woman Banned from US; Children Stay

AZPM documentary tracks life for US citizens whose mother is banned from country.

University Eliminates 320 Jobs after $28M in State Funds Cut

44 actual layoffs among moves that reduce numbers of courses, cause class size increases.

Pima Sheriff Cites 1,600 Drivers for School Zone Violations

Special enforcement targets Amphitheater, Flowing Wells and Vail school districts.

Far East Meets Southwest During Chinese Culture Festival

UA's Confucius Institute guides Chinese knowlege to Tucson, via arts, culture, language.

Border Patrol Agent Indicted in Mexican Teen's Death in 2012

Rock throwing led agent to shoot through border fence, killing 16-year-old in 2012.

Arpaio Contempt Hearing Over Latino Profiling Resumes

Sheriff, several of his top officers face federal sanctions, possibility of criminal charges.

Douglas Clinic Expands Emergency Care Offering

More services come after town's only hospital closes; residents can stay close to home.

Latino-Owned Businesses Growth Rapid in Arizona

Estimated 90,000 in state, a 70% increase over five years, according to new report.

Tucson-to-Phoenix Passenger Rail: Where's the Money?

ADOT's proposal draws excitement, but some worried about price tag in billions.

UA President Hart Up for $25K Pay Raise, $115K Bonus

Board of Regents to vote Friday on compensation for all three state university presidents.

Poll Contradiction: McSally Leads; Voters Want Democrat

Survey done for National Republican Congressional Committee gives her 7-point lead, but ...

Snowbirds No More: Many Staying in Tucson Year-Round

Area retirement communities now see about 80% of residents make permanent move.

UA-Developed Device Aims to Speed Infection Diagnosis

System uses a smartphone to observe and measure sample

Testing to Tackle Lettuce Fungus Under Way in Yuma

One grower allows small part of his fields for trial on seeds developed to elude disease.

Oro Valley Resident Wants Two Challengers Off Recall Ballot

Case will be heard in Pima County Superior Court Wednesday

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