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LD10 Sen. Candidates Debate Budget Priorities

Sen. Antenori criticizes former Rep. Bradley's spending votes

'Tucson Meet Yourself' Seeks Volunteers

Organizers say hundreds of positions still unfilled for folk, food festival

Free Market in Health Care?

How to provide for those who can't afford it is key, economist says

Copper Operation Near Kingman Gets OK

High price of metal makes reopening Chloride Mine possible

AZ Worst for Education Cuts, Report Says

State has reduced funding by 21.8% in 4 years, down $800 per student

Scorpion

Treatment Bill Hurt More Than Scorpion Sting

Phoenix area woman gets two doses of anti-venom at $40K each

Republican Candidate Wil Cardon, explains why he is running for Arizona's open U.S. Senate seat.

After Primary Losses: Now What?

Plenty of volunteers with no candidates to support

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

AZ Housing Prices Up 16.6% in 1 Year

State leads U.S. in biggest gain since 2006, tracking firm says

Vote Button

Open Primary on Ballot; Appeal Remains

State Supreme Court asked to give more time for proof signatures invalid

Tucson Zoo Polar Bear Found Dead

Female 'Snow' was 17, had some health issues

Roger O'Daniel is a Member of Tucson's Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network talks about what they do in the community.

Interfaith Response to HIV/AIDS

Local organization provides more than health care

Political Roundtable, Friday, Aug. 31, 2012

Post-primary election analysis, downtown Tucson revitalization and races to watch in November

Primavera Program Offers Hope, Resources to Homeless

Rising numbers finding assistance at 'HIP' center, which provides soap, food, phone, more

Capoeira Continues Centuries-Old Tradition In Tucson

Brazilian martial arts tradition of dance, song and percussion has a long-time Tucson home and lots of local fans

Beyond The Base

NPR Deputy Washington Editor talks about what the Republican party is doing to woo women and minority voters

William H. Woodin is the Director Emeritus of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. he talks about the the museums 60th year.

Desert Museum: 60 Years Young

Unique idea celebrates diamond anniversary in Tucson

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