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ASU Study Challenges Notion Young Adults Are 'Bad Borrowers'

People ages 18-21 are less likely to have a serious credit default and are lower risk borrowers, study finds.

These endangered jaguars are part of a breeding population located near southern arizona .

Jaguar Project in Sonora Working Hard to Protect These Felines

They're kept in rugged, isolated territory, where they're being protected from hunting or other human activity.

Housing Project May Force Some Flagstaff Residents to Move Out

Georgia company plans to build a multifamily housing for NAU students; if city approves, people would have to leave homes located in the area.

Grand Canyon

Fed Gov Needs More Sate Cash to Keep Grand Canyon Open

AZ is paying $93K per day for 7 days ending Friday; if it'd like the park to stay open until the weekend, money is due Weds.

CA Lead Bullets Ban Gives AZ Environmentalists Hope

Law prohibits use of lead ammunition, aims to protect scavenging animals; AZ has big concern for endangered California condor since lead poisoning is primary cause of death.

People protesting Operation Streamline.

Protest Planned at ICE Office in Phoenix

Some of those who shut down deportation proceedings in Tucson last week plan to prevent federal work today, too.

Four members from the UA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team have made the USA Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team, which will vie for a spot in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil.

UA's Women Wheelchair Basketball Players Heading to 2016 Paralympics

Three team members have committed to travel to Rio de Janeiro for the games "Gold medal...that's what we want."

Regents Approve $4.2M to Develop UA Veterinary Medicine Program

State would have its first degree-offering program for veterinarians launching in 2015; students could earn a doctorate.

This port of entry is one of the locations that Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild proposed receive additional manpower and resources.

State Preparing Roads for Mariposa Port of Entry Renovations

Project estimated to run between $50-215M; ADOT will spend $1.5M on temporary changes to Route 89 to ease congestion during construction.

AZ Game and Fish Investigates 10 Javelina Found Dead

Agency looking into a possible poaching case of the animal near the Saguaro National Park; remains were just the heads and pelts.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, October 11, 2013

Interview with Fred Duval, Democrat seeking election to AZ gubernatorial 2014 race; fallout from government shutdown; latest on City Council elections; immigration reform.

3/20/12

AZ Week: Nonprofits Recovering from Recession

New strategies, reinvention, retrenchment as donors move more toward supporting human service needs.

Updated: Immigration Activists Protest Operation Streamline

Protesters blocked two buses filled with suspected undocumented immigrants being transported to fed courthouse for immediate deportation; 18 arrested, charged with a felony.

Feds May Allow States Use Own Money to Reopen National Parks

Gov. Brewer's office says it will try to find way to reopen the Grand Canyon during the federal shutdown.

Tucson Fest Highlights Collaboration Between Music, Films

Ninth annual Tucson Music and Film Festival features movies that explore different aspects of music, music industry.

Alois Kronschlaeger, artist, discusses his project Basin and Range, an immersive, site-specific installation that brings an unexpected, monumental geographic feature into the Great Hall.

Local Artist Premieres New Exhibit at MOCA

Dave Sayre's 'How to Kill a Marvin Gaye Song takes a twist on the 1970s cartoon world, represents an experiment for the artist.

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