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The Doors Drummer Coming to Old Pueblo for Book Signing

John Densmore promoting his work "The Doors: Unhinged," which chronicles court battle with bandmates, while commemorating the late Jim Morrison.

Tucson Fire Department Aims to Ease Firefighters’ Trauma

Firefighters and researchers collaborate to develop peer-based program that helps first responders deal with their work’s emotional toll

UA Students Protest High Tuition Costs

State funding to public universities has been cut dramatically over course of last few years, forcing schools to raise tuition by nearly 70% since 2008.

Ken Bennett, Secretary of State,  discusses statewide work for Election Day.

Early Poll: Bennett Leads 2014 GOP AZ Gubernatorial Contenders

Secretary of state has 20% support among registered voters; Treasurer Ducey second at 8%; 53% still undecided.

Dramatic Increase of Arizonans Enrolling in Health Marketplace

DHHS says about 3,600 residents chose plans as of Nov. 30; although higher than the 739 earlier in month, less than 1/3 expected by officials.

Lea Márquez-Peterson, the president of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about her testimony to a congressional subcommittee about the importance of international trade, especially with Mexico.

Chamber: International Trade Could be Essential to Tucson Businesses

President of Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce testified at international trade Congressional hearing in Tucson this week.

AZ's Only Governor of Mexican Descent Receives Award

The Consular Corps of Arizona gives Raul H. Castro the Global Diplomat Award; "I feel honored," he says.

row of red houses

AZ Foreclosure Numbers Continue to Drop This Month

Tucson area has seen biggest drop in last 12 months; only 245 homes were in foreclosure in Nov., 13% less than last month.

4th Avenue Street Fair

4th Ave Street Fair Brings Millions into Community Each Year

Biannual fair usually brings hundreds of thousands of people; vendors make a huge chunk of their income in that weekend alone.

Tucson voters decided a year ago to spend one hundred million dollars to fix up the city's ailing roads.

Tucson Has Spent 8% of Road Repair Funds, Official Says

Halfway through the fiscal year, the city has spent about $1.5M of the $20M voters authorized for fixing streets this year.

Congressman Ron Barber speaks one-on-one about veteran's healthcare and more.

Barber Applauds Mental Health Funding Expansion

Vice President Biden announced Tuesday an additional $100M for services, facilities; AZ Democrat advocate of mental health awareness to prevent gun violence.

Brewer Appoints New AZ Gaming Dept Director

Daniel H. Bergin has worked in the department since 2009, and had served as the interim director since September of this year.

3 Charters Schools to Close Amid Failing Assessment Tests

AZ State Board of Charter Schools ordered them to close their doors amid receiving Fs three years in a row.

Matt Kaplan, Research Professor at the University of Arizona, discusses how he will for the first time confirm the evolutionary relationships of the plants he has spent more than 30 years studying.

Evolutionary History of a Flowering Succulent to be Decoded

Genetic analysis becomes affordable for independent botanist and adenium breeder Mark Dimmitt.

Dr. Yves Lussier, associate director for the University of Arizona BIO5 Institute, explains the emerging field of translational Bio-Informatics.

Emerging Field of Bioinformatics Connects Docs, Gene Researchers

Uses areas of computer science, math and engineering to process biological data; developments result from decade of research.

Wolfgang Fink, University of Arizona associate professor for the College of Engineering, discusses how he is working on a new form of retinal technology that he says could help patients see in much greater detail.

Retinal Implants Get New Tech That Could Improve Clarity

Wolfgang Fink, member of the joint U.S.-German research team developing product said current retinal implants allow people to see, but only basic, blurry shapes.

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