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UA Biologist Captures Unusual Animal Behavior on Camera

After scouring endless hours of footage, Pacifica Sommers began to notice something a little odd: a dancing mouse.

Maricopa Sheriff's Office Monitor Recommendation Due Monday

Lawyers in racial profiling case against Arpaio's office have until today to decide who should oversee staff to prevent unconstitutional arrests.

AZ Senator to Announce Candidacy for Secretary of State

Democratic Sen. Leah Landrum-Taylor joining 2014 race; served as Senate minority leader for past year, was ousted from position in Oct.

UA-Led Research Team Finds New Planet

Gas giant discovered orbiting around star outside Earth's solar system; relatively young at 13 million years old.

Tucsonan Helps Philippines Relief Efforts

Arizonan coordinating emergency medical aid on Leyte Island with Doctors Without Borders.

AZ Week: In Midst of CPS Crisis, Elected Officials Want Solutions

AZ Sen. David Bradley has been vocal about issue, recently introduced own proposal of what state should do to successfully protect children.

AZ Week: Child Abuse Victim Gives Back as Foster Parent

Daniela Preciado says she sees herself in many of the kids she cares for now that she has reached adulthood.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, December 6, 2013

Discussion of 6,000 child abuse reports un-investigated, other crisis in state's CPS; challenges for Tucson's City Council, TUSD.

Pearl Harbor Ceremony Inaugurates WWII Memorial in PHX

Secretary of State Ken Bennet kicked off project about 3 years ago; honors Arizonans who perished in the war.

Arizonan Pearl Harbor Survivor Remembers Tragedy

Lauren Bruner was a 21-year-old USS Arizona crew member when ship was bombed on Pearl Harbor.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Siblings Apart For Years, One US Citizen, Other Faces Deportation

Brother and sister are part of nationwide effort to fix "a broken immigration system;" born to same parents but in different countries.

Tucson City Hall

City Budget Shortfall in July 2014 Could Be $15M

Expenses, such as streetcar operations, pension costs, expected to exceed revenues, precise calculations not yet available.

AZ Forestry Division Fined $559K for Death of 19 Hotshots

Citations were issued by state's workplace safety agency, could aid efforts by families to sue Arizona.

Cold Weather Brings Freeze Warnings

Temperatures are expected to drop near or below freezing overnight through weekend.

A group of tucsonans get together and ride their bikes through the streets of Tucson.

Local Bike Groups Collaborate For Annual Fundraiser

This weekend marks the 18th BICAS fundraiser, which will auction off artwork made from recycled bicycle items.

Inside Bicas, a local bike shop that not only fixes and builds bikes for customers, but shows them the ins and outs of bicycle maintenance.

Tucson Shop Promotes All Things Bike

BICAS advocates for bicycle riding, building and maintenance; provide locals with information on how to be more involved with bikes.

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