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Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

UA On Top for Most Employable Graduates, Report Says

Global Employability Survey ranks top 150 universities around world; AU ranks 13 among US public universities.

Arpaio to Appeal Court-Appointed Monitor

Staff ordered to oversee sheriff's office, amid fed. judge's ruling of racial profiling allegations.

AZ Gaming Revenues Hold Steady

State earned nearly $24M in last 3 months from gambling; still a drop from las quarter when it was at $25M

Students participate in the Tucson Pumpkin Toss, where they use physics and engineering to build trebuchets and catapults to hurl gourds through the air.

Law Enforcement Checking Up on Sex Offenders During Halloween

TPD, U.S. Marshals' office will be visiting felons' homes as part of Operation Safe Treat, aim to protect children.

The inside of Toxic Ranch, of the few remaining fully independent record stores in Tucson.

Toxic Ranch Closure Marks End of an Era

"Life is about change," says owner/operator of one of Tucson's last remaining independent music shops.

Food Stamp Cuts Affect 220,000 in S. AZ, Says Food Bank Official

More than 1.1 million Arizona residents receive SANP benefits; federal boost to program scheduled to end Nov. 1.

Inside D and D Pinball, where local pinball enthusiast gather to play their favorite machines.

Venue Caters to Tucson Pinball Enthusiasts, Gathers New Fans

D & D Pinball opened its doors near Fourth Ave. about 2 months ago; owners provide a space with about 30 vintage pinball machines.

The streets of downtown Tucson are packed with people during the annual All souls Procession.

All Souls Attracts Participants Beyond Local Community

One-time intimate expression of loss becomes collective cultural tradition in Tucson; All Souls weekend kicks off Nov. 2.

Voter Registration Case to Get December Hearing

Proof-of-citizenship sought on federal registration form to conform with state forms in Arizona, Kansas.

row of red houses

AZ Federal Audit Misleading, State Dept of Housing Says

Audit finds state has been slow in dispersing federal housing funds to struggling homeowners; officials say it "criticizes Arizona."

Pima Losing More Voters Than Other AZ Counties

This year, between June and the beginning of Oct., county lost more than 10,000 voters.

Pima Surveying Residents About Library System Usage

ABout 180,000 people will receive survey from Pima County Public Library via email; use results to tailor system to what residents want.

Mark Nichols and Dorothy Poczulp from the Center for Life Skills Development discuss the organizations efforts in trying to stop patterns of abusive behavior and end the causes of domestic violence.

Counselors Target Accountability for Domestic Abusers

Experts say perpetrators need help breaking the cycle of abuse; some organizations offer counseling, behavioral services to help.

Domestic Abuse Survivor Becomes Advocate

In Pima County, domestic violence deaths on the rise

Learning Physics by Launching Pumpkins

For the past 3 years, the Tucson Pumpkin Toss has taught local middle school, high school students about science.

Fletcher McCusker, chairman of the Rio Nuevo Board, updates us on the ongoing Rio Nuevo project.

Rio Nuevo Audit Includes Ups and Downs

Downtown Tucson redevelopment is stronger financially than last audit, but can improve.

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