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More Kids Loading Fruit onto School Lunch Trays, Study Finds

Tucson Unified School District food services staff say fruit is one of the most popular lunchtime items.

Pima County Invites Public Input on Comprehensive Plan

Pima Prospers is a blueprint for community services

Kelly Twins - Scott, Mark - Help Gauge Effects of Space Travel

Astronaut Scott will soon start one year in space; scientists will compare him with earthbound twin Mark.

METRO WEEK: Tucson's Water Supply Assured - For Now

Conservation, CAP supply storage, intergovernmental pacts help in short term, but crisis coming.

AZ WEEK: Legislators Aim to Adjourn in Two Weeks

Lawmakers hope to wind down session in record time; $9.1B budget still stirring controversy.

The Many Facets of Commercial Real Estate

The Friday Business Report features AZPM's Zac Ziegler and Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes.

Fitness as the Frontline

People with Parkinson's disease find physical and emotional benefits with exercise.

New App Aims to Speed Your Tucson Commute

Metropia's maker came out of UA business incubator

New Bill Would Establish Insurance Requirements for Ridesharing

Those using ride-for-hire apps would need insurance beyond personal plan

High School Minority Grad Rate Declines in Arizona

One of four states showing worse numbers, while other Western states register big improvements.

Judge Drops Most Charges in Trial of Immigration Activists

Twelve protesters still facing charges for obstruction of a highway and public nuisance.

As California Sets New Water Restrictions, Arizona Resources Dwindle

State official says Arizona water shortage does not meet California's severity, yet.

U.S. House Hears Arguments for Saving A-10 Airplane

The House Armed Services Committee is working on a defense budget for next year and the A-10 is front and center.

UA Researchers Explore Health Benefits of Man's Best Friend

Researchers seek human participants and funding to find if dog ownership improves human probiotics.

Arizona Drought Conditions Decline, But Water Issues Remain

Most of state still in moderate to severe categories drought; small Rockies snow pack remains chief worry.

Judges Must Perform All Weddings, Including Same-Sex

Arizona Judicial Ethics Committee tells jurists to accept all couples or none at all.

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