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David Cuillier, director of UA school of journalism

UA Journalism School Director Testifies in DC on State of FOIA

David Cuillier says government is overusing Freedom of Information Act exemptions.

AZ Corp Commission Worried About Utilities Security

Agency wants state utility companies to explain whether they're prepared for possible attacks amid gunman in CA electrical substation last April.

IRS Spokesman: Free Tax Preparation Options Available

Volunteer Individual Tax Assistance, Tax Counseling for the Elderly available for many Tucson residents.

AZ House Oks Major Tax Breaks for Private University in PHX

If bill gets final approval, is signed into law it would reduce Grand Canyon University's property taxes from about $1M to $264K.

We sit down with James E. Cook, Executive Director of the Western National Parks Association, and Maya Wallace, Winner of the National Parks Essay Contest, to discuss the National Parks Association's upcoming events.

Event Honors Natl Parks Conservation Efforts

The Western National Parks Association awarding 3 people at their second annual dinner, including retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

Tucson Charity Equips Police Cars Local with Defibrillators

Organization will donate medical devices that deliver electric shock to re-establish rhythm during cardiac arrest; install in 50 TPD cars by June.

An aquaponics garden.

S. AZ Entrepreneurs Going Green with Increasingly Popular Method

Business owners are promoting an ancient system as a new way to provide food; aquaponics combines fish and plants to grow food.

Event Brings Investors, Startups Together

Last week, 16 AZ companies gathered in Phoenix to participate in Venture Madness, a head-to-head tournament of business pitches.

Extreme close-up of a red flower.

UA Campus Has Collection of Plants for Education, Research

University Arboretum provides science-based knowledge using woody plants, cactus to address state needs, including environmental ones.

SB 1070 Challengers Seek Denial of Brewer's Ruling Review Request

Lawyers urged U.S. Supreme Court to reject governor's attempt to look into Appeal Court's decision preventing enforcement of section of immigration law.

Emails Show Talks Between Brewer's Staff, SB 1062 Sponsors

Meetings with Brewer's legal counsel, policy director came before vetoed Religious Freedom Restoration Act was introduced in January.

Old Pima County courthouse in downtown Tucson.

Pima County Job Program Places Teens in Summer Jobs

Through program, county pays minimum wage to youth workers, even if working for private company.

Bill Requires License, Background Check for Obamacare Navigators

Arizona House approves legislation that would establish new requirements for those who help uninsured people buy health care.

Service Variety Needed for Better CPS System, Child Advocates Say

Representatives of several advocacy organizations met in Phoenix Friday to discuss Gov. Brewer's updates on Arizona's child welfare.

PCC Looking for Ways to Raise Revenue, May Increase Tuition

Pima Community College board considering hiking tuition by between $3 and $5 per credit hour following years of mismanagement.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, March 7, 2014

A look into governor's race polls; attorney general race; survey numbers showed U.S. Sen. McCain least popular in America.

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