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Mexican Gray Wolf AZ Meeting Coming Up

Public hearing scheduled for Dec. 3 to weigh in on removal of species from endangered list.

AZ Week: Talks of AZ Water Crisis, Officials Search for Solutions

Existing supplies may not suffice in future; issues raised about where, how state will find more.

DREAM students supporting education over deportation.

Proposal for Dreamers University Tuition Discount Rejected

Arizona Board of Regents deny it Thursday, saying it would not survive a legal challenge; Students not in the country legally have to pay out-of-state tuition rates.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, November 22, 2013

EPA, Rosemont water permit issue; Senate Democrats invoke nuclear option; GOP seek to recapture competitive Congressional seats.

About 283,000 Arizonans May Have Health Plans Canceled

Those with coverage in individual market may have to start looking into Obamacare plans if unable to renew existing plans.

Google Earth Maps Helps Track Deforestation Patterns

With the help of Google’s supercomputers, a University of Maryland geographer processed more than 650,000 images into the most detailed map of world deforestation to date.

U.S. Border Cities Reps. Meet in Tucson, Talk Economic, Social Ties

Tucson’s Mexican Consul Ricardo Pineda, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild say economic, social relationships between Mexico, AZ better now than the last few years.

Rebecca Brukman. 11/26/12.
Group of bikers travel along path in El Tour De Tucson race.

El Tour de Tucson Expected to Cause Delays Saturday

Officials are anticipating about 8,000 cyclists; downtown road closures where race begins and ends.

Tucson Leaders Ask for Immigration Reform

Pima County Supervisor Ramon Valadez, TPD Chief Roberto Villaseñor among them; demand Congress to take up on issue again.

Rebecca Brukman. 11/26/12.
Bikers cross the finish line at El Tour De Tucson.

After 31 Years El Tour de Tucson is Without Title Sponsor

UAMC's six-year title sponsorship contract expired, leaving budget with a $250K hole, but things are looking up, tradition carries on.

Bethany Brandt presses the air from the soil around the roots of a young plant at Deep Dirt Farm in Patagonia, Ariz. Brandt helps monitor the progress of the vegetation as a volunteer with Borderlands Restoration.

Patagonia Group Hopes to Restore Water Flow, Wildlife

They have introduced more than 2,600 plants this last year, all grown from seed, member of Borderlands Restoration.

Hank Stratton, actor and guest director at the UA Repertory Theatre, discusses directing "The Man Who Came to Dinner."

Actor Gone Director Revives Classic Stage Comedy

UA's Arizona Repertory Theatre presents "The Man Who Came to Dinner" runs through Dec. 8; director was in cast of play's Broadway adaptation.

Bisbee’s Warren Ballpark is the oldest baseball stadium in Arizona, and one of the oldest in the country.

Bisbee's Warren Ballpark is Major Component of Town's History

Built in the early 1900s, stadium has housed minor league games, as well as relics of baseball’s bygone past, such as outlaw leagues, barnstorming games.

Unemployment Rate in AZ Slightly Decreases This Month

State Department of Administration reported that Oct. jobless rate was 8.2 percent down from 8.3 from Sept.

Sally Black, Navajo from Monument Valley, UT, weaving a basket at a recent event that brought together basket makers from a variety of Native American communities.

Preserving Culture Through Native American Basket Weaving

Tradition is a cultural practice that helps maintain historical aspects of Native American society.

UA Dance School Showcases Father of American Ballet

Balanchine's "Tarantella" is being presented through Nov. 3; for university to have been allowed to present one of his works is an honor, director says.

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