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AZ Only State to Cut Off Welfare in Shutdown

Average payments of $207 to 5,200 poor families stopped last week; governor's office, DES won't comment.

Arizona State Parks Open For Business During Shutdown

Park officials said they have seen an increase in number of visitors camping in northern AZ, since more than 250 federal camping sites in the state closed last week.

Arizona's desert sun is beautiful, but it can be deadly with too much skin exposure.

Climate Change Impact Felt in SW With Rising Temps

Recent report shows human influence; higher temperatures bring health, wildfire risks to the Southwest.

Tucson Ward 3 City Council Forum

Incumbent Uhlich, challenger Buehler-Garcia differ on street repairs, D-M, gun buy background checks, more.

AZ Week: Bringing Bullying to an End in Society

Greater prevention efforts needed in legal, educational realms in schools, cyberspace, workplace, experts say.

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Arizona Reps Express Frustration At Budget Situation

As the federal government shutdown hits its fourth day lack of federal budget deal angers Barber, disgusts Kirkpatrick.

Lawsuit Against Ban of Abortion Based on Sex, Race Dismissed

Federal judge reached decision Thursday; 2 groups challenging AZ law that makes it a felony to knowingly provide these.

Free School Lunches At Risk with Shutdown

US Department of Agriculture, which funds program at schools, says meals paid through October

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Tucson to Launch Mental Illness Awareness Week

Weekend event will host US Rep. Barber for a news conference, other speakers, discussions, movie screening.

No One Found after Report of Man with Rifle at UA

Text alert tells all to stay away from McKale Garage on east end of campus; called off in 30 minutes.

Border Contrasts Shape New Musical Aesthetic

Academics explore how Tijuana served as the foundation for the musical hybrid of Nortec Collective

Molecule Found in Saliva Could Help Understand Stress

The ASU study suggests there is a positive effect when higher levels of this molecule is present during times of stress.

A conversation with two members of the U of A College of the Humanities about the annual Humanities Week celebration, happening October 7-11, 2013.

UA Humanities Week Celebrates Themes That Endured Time

This year's event will showcase works throughout history that have withstood; activities include poetry and prose readings.

Luke AFB Workers Picket to Protest Govt Shutdown

412 employees off job; gathering in Glendale with signs reading, 'Congress locked us out,' 'Employees have families.'

Republican Candidates for AZ Governor Meeting Thursday

Candidates include Secretary of State Ken Bennett, State Treasurer Doug Ducey; next year's primary elections set for Aug. 26.

Andy Tobin (R), Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives, discusses his support for Proposition 115.

Tobin Announces Candidacy for 2014 CD1 GOP Primaries

AZ House speaker will also face against Republican state Rep. Adam Kwasman in next year's Congressional District 1 race.

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