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Proposed Development on Way to Canyon Hits Delay

Town of Tusayan going to mediation after developer defaults on agreement for commerce, housing center.

AZ Insect Festival Entice Public to Explore Creatures' Wonders

Third annual event highlights insect-related research, teach about their role in ecosystem, feature guest speakers.

Researchers Use Social Media to Study Nutrition Patterns

Survey participants used Twitter to document everything they ate and drank, and why, for 3 days.

A Union Pacific freight train, pulled by two locomotives, rolls into the train yard southeast of downtown Tucson.

Port of Tucson Receives $5M for Truck-Rail Upgrade

US Dept. of Transportation grant will increase capacity for international shipping containers going back to Asia.

Small Fire Controlled at Palo Verde Nuclear Plant

APS says no hazard to public healthy and safety, no interruption in electricity generation at facility near Phoenix.

AZ Same Sex Marriage Initiative Put on Hold

Advocacy group says measure doesn't have enough support to win in 2014; volunteers continue to gather signatures.

AZ Congressmen Praise Obama on Syria Request

Dem's Barber, GOP's Salmon say they want administration's reasoning for proposing military action.

Late Border Patrol Agent Honored in His Hometown

Brian Terry was killed along the AZ-Mexico border back in Dec. 2010 by alleged smugglers.

AZPM SPECIAL: Eating On $4.16 a Day

Food bank invites Tucsonans for 'SNAP' challenge, to see how well they can live on federal food program.

US Rep Visits Afghanistan This Week

AZ Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema traveled to Middle Eastern country to witness drawdown of US military.

Grijalva Condemns Fliers For Recall of Sunnyside Board Member

They read 'Put a real man on...board;' Daniel Hernandez is openly gay; US Rep wants investigation.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Fisherman and dog in boat at Lake Patagonia.

AZ Game and Fish Finalizes License Overhaul

Changes effective Jan 2014; department will simplify amount of licenses needed to hunt, fish.

Arizona economy

AZ Week: Municipalities Rebounding, Cautiously

Mayors, other officials express optimism as they leave depths of recession behind, including big budget cuts.

TUSD Criticized for Culturally Relevant Courses Book List

Recently passed history program already faces scrutiny for not including Chicano authors in curriculum.

cars traffic

No Highway Closures, Extra Police During Labor Day Weekend

Minor construction will continue with no roads completely blocked; patrol increase in I-10, I-17.

Jesse Gutierrez of the Tucson Department of Transportation updates us on the construction dates and expectations of the Modern Streetcar project.

First Tucson Modern Streetcar Arrives Friday

After 1,600-mile journey from Clackamas, Ore., manufacturing plant; city will spend next month testing it.

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