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PCC Chancellor: College Faces Triple Threat

Lambert calls on audience at college-wide meeting to ask, 'How can I help?' in keeping school afloat.

Remembering the Women of Arizona History

A look at an Navajo advocate, a scientist and a children's crusader's work to better the lives of Arizonans

Abundant Honey Harvest Expected This Year

Southern Arizona beekeepers: Wet winter has led to widespread spring blooms, and that means honey.

Hotel Opening in Downtown Tucson

First in city center for years; boutique operation will have 10 rooms; prices starting at $80.

NASA Introduces Plan to Sample Asteroid Boulder

Mission would be challenge for UA Lunar And Planetary scientists.

MacArthur Fellow Brackette F. Williams

Ethnic studies connects UA anthropology professor with 'genius grant'

Southern Arizona Schools Recruit Teachers Out-of-State

Hundreds of vacancies in Tucson-area districts for educators; in-state pool is on decline.

Holmes named Sunnyside School Superintendent

3-2 board vote means assistant superintendent in TUSD will return to district in which he grew up.

AZ WEEK: Innovative Domestic Violence Program Attracts Attention

Pima County Sheriff's Department works with 'Emerge!', Tucson women's, children's shelter.

METRO WEEK: Rough Roads? If Not for Bond Issue, Would Be Worse

Tucson playing catchup on street repair, after years of state budget cuts, city priorities elsewhere.

Young Hopi Artist Brings Carvings and Connections to Art Fair

Andrew Coriz carves Hopi katsina dolls and is a featured artist at the Southwest Indian Art Fair

TEP Wants to Reduce Solar Energy Buy-Back Rates

Utility would pay about 20% less to residential customers for excess electricity generation.

7,000 Unintended Pregnancies Prevented in Arizona in 2014

Family Health Partnership uses federal funding for low-income women and families.

Pima County Seeks New Operators for Colossal Cave

Officials say the historic park needs extensive renovations

Census: Tucson Metro Population Exceeds 1 Million

2014 Estimate shows population growth accelerating again after post-recession slowness.

Legislative Roundup: Elections Changes, Predicting Crime

Restrictions on collecting early ballots, Clean Elections investigations, police software funding.

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