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Hybrid Cars Make 'Clean Air Blue Skies' Eligibility

Six vehicles designated by state transportation officials to get plates allowing single-occupancy in HOV lanes.

Hard Freeze Warning for Southern Arizona

Temperatures down to 20s forecast through weekend; Salvation Army opens warm shelter to homeless in Tucson.

'The Interview' to Open at Tucson's The Loft Christmas Day

Decision to screen film political: 'We're committed to supporting freedom of expression and alternative views.'

Winterhaven Festival of Lights Celebrates 65 Years

Spectacle costs residents hundreds annually in new bulbs, decor, electricity; it also helps with Food Bank donations.

Regents Chief: New Funding Model Needed for Universities

She says base it on number of graduates entering workforce, amount of research under way at 3 state institutions.

Year in Review: Job Growth 'Anemic;' Streetcar a Highlight

2015 should be better, one economist says; downtown Tucson's revival also should continue as growth hot spot.

Older Drivers Want More Testing, Survey Says

Misperception they are less safe behind wheel, AAA Arizona says; despite that, 70% want stricter screening.

Supply-Demand Driving Arizona Turquoise Prices

Change in mining regulations abd techniques, growth of Chinese middle class putting pressure on availability.

Year in Review: Issues at PCC, UA

Community college seeks to escape probation, keep accreditation; UA sees record enrollment but tight budget.

Arizona Seeks Past Drug Combo for Executions

Change comes after drugs used in July execution took two hours to kill man who murdered two Tucsonans.

Deportations Fall Slightly from 2013 Record

Federal government reports 414,000 people removed from country in fiscal year that ended in September.

Year in Review: In Politics, GOP Sweeps State Offices

Ducey elected governor, all other executive offices go to Republicans, plus five of nine seats in Congress.

Year in Review: Immigration, Border Security

AZPM's Fernanda Echavarri and Ted Robbins discuss Central American children, Obama initiatives, more.

AZ WEEK: The Year in State Politics

Host Lorraine Rivera's discusses 2014 political developments with Phoenix journalists Mary Jo Pitzl, Howard Fischer.

METRO WEEK: 2014 Wrapup, 2015 Forecast

Journalists discuss year's big stories in politics, immigration, higher education, business and economics.

Thousands of Winter Graduates at University of Arizona

College convocations held around campus for 2,600; no university-wide commencement for first time.

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