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A couple looking at black and white photography in a gallery.

Photographer's Legacy on Display at UA's Photography Center

Charles Harbutt was a key chronicler of the 1960s, '70s; since the '80s he pursued a more personal approach to documentaries.

AZ Bankruptcy Fillings Dropped in 2013, Report Says

Figures decreased by 18% in Arizona, slightly above national average which showed a decrease of 14%

Fourth Ave Store Turns Junk into Artistic Creations

Pop Cycle is a collaborative effort of 3 siblings, friends, local artists who use recycled, re-used materials to make a variety of items.

House Committee Revokes 2013 AZ Law Trimming Early Voting List

HB 2305 proposed to cut non-active voters, limit who may return mail-in ballots; Judiciary Committee approved repeal 4-2.

Thousands of AZ Kids Could Lose Health Coverage Saturday

State insurance program ending, some will be unable to enroll in private insurance under Affordable Care Act.

Ricardo Pineda from the Mexican Consulate discusses his plans as the new Mexican Consul and the Mexican government's international relations goals for 2014.

Mexico Focusing on Economic Relationship with AZ

Sonora state and Mexico federal officials working on same business-sharing effort as Arizona officials.

Dr. James E. Dalen, Dean Emeritus at the U of A College of Medicine, discusses the connection between economic stability and health insurance.

Tucson Doctor: Better Health System Thanks to Obamacare

Dr. James Dalen says country's broken system has caused economic hardship, one of most pressing issues in U.S.

State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona

2013 Election Law, Destined for Voters, May Face GOP Repeal

Hearing Thursday to consider move, which Dems say is aimed at keeping issue out of voters' hands.

Independent Voter Registration Gaining in AZ

Republicans, Democrats see support languish as unaffiliated numbers grow; 3.2M total are signed up.

David Crist, an expert in US-Iranian relations, discusses Iran's agreement to reduce its nuclear energy program in exchange for reduced international trade sanctions.

US-Iran Relations Showing Improvement, Historian Says

On visit to Tucson, Iranian expert details progress and potential for more diplomatic improvements.

David Galbraith and Tom Doetschman from BIO5 Institute & School of Plant Sciences discuss recently published RNA research that could have implications in cancer research, studies of organ functioning, and disease.

UA's RNA Research Helping Scientists with Cancer Diagnosis

New developments in molecular biology make it possible to measure messenger RNA in single cells.

Samuel Moreno

Top Sonoran Official Recognizes Tucson Mayor

Lawmaker thanked Rothschild for his boost to binational relations with Mexico; efforts to strengthen economic, social relationships.

EPA Proposes Pollution Control for 6 AZ Facilities

Federal plan to limit emission such as nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide; agency holding public hearing Feb. 25 in PHX, Feb. 26 in Tucson.

Martha Moore-Monroy, program director of research with REACH and Michael Bookman, director of clinical research, discuss the importance of Cervical Cancer Screenings.

Early Screening Key for Cervical Cancer Survival, Expert Says

January has been declared Cervical Cancer Awareness Month; doctor says 100% curable if detected very early on.

McCain: After GOP's Censure, May Consider Sixth Term

Some members of Arizona Republican Party cited senator's voting record is not conservative enough.

NASA launches a ship in to space.

NASA Changes Worry Tucson Planetary Science

New grant-funding structure promises more money for planetary research, but local scientist negative impacts.

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