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Ron Barber's victory speech during the primaries on August 28, 2012.

Barber Debuts CD2 Election Ad

Focuses on work he did as congressional aide

Dr. Richard Carmona (D), who is running for the Senate, talks about his campaign.

Carmona Begins Running Healthcare Ad

Swift reaction from opponent Flake's camp

Matthew J Gallek, PhD, RN, CNRN, an assistant professor at the UA College of Nursing was recently awarded a Nurse Faculty Scholar grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Tucson Nurse Receives Prestigious Grant

One of only 12 educators in U.S. to be so honored

No Water for State Trust Land Buyers, Court Rules

Decision protects state, cities, tribes in land originally given by U.S.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

AZ Foreclosure Rate Continues Decline

Down 28.7% in a year; still 4th worst in U.S. with 7,900 August filings

Moderate Monsoon Winding Down

Summer rains to give way to warm, sunny days, as seasonal changes begin

Probation Proposed for Fiesta Bowl Officer

Prosecution says she has cooperated in ongoing investigation

Republican Jeff Flake (left), Democrat Richard Carmona.

Flake, Carmona in Dead Heat

Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling says it's 44-43%

DREAM students supporting education over deportation.

First 'Dreamers' OK'd for Deportation Delay

Letters in mail this week; 72,000 applications received so far

Border Station Named for Slain Agent

Brian Terry station in Naco station will be dedicated next week

The U of A campus is celebrating bugs of all kinds and their many positive contributions to ecology, agriculture, medicine, and science.

Bugging Out in Name of Science, Education

UA entomologists invite public to meet arthropods at 2nd annual Insect Festival

Students gather at the completion of their education.

University High Wins Arizona Cup

Annual award goes to highest performing graduates in UA's freshman class

The Caravan for Peace traveled across the US to draw attention to the drug-related violence in Mexico.

'Caravan For Peace' Participants Reach D.C.

Claim current policies have led to increased violence in Mexico

TREO Shifts Away From Public Funding

Regional economic development organization no longer accepting money from cities and towns

SB1017 protests

Study: Undocumented Boost AZ Economy

Opponents say they cost state much more in services

2 AZ Firms Fined for Do Not Call Violations

Tucson's ELH Consulting, Chandler firm must pay $5.7M

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