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Living Streets Alliance is an organization in Tucson that is looking at ways of making the community less automobile-oriented and more suitable for those who prefer to engage in walking, bicycling, socializing and play.

Census Data Shows People Moving to Pima County

County grew by 9,467 from 2007-11; among the most rapidly growing areas, according to recent report.

People gather to meet the Soup Patrol. The Soup Patrol delivers hot soup and other food to homeless folks around Tucson.

Local Soup Patrol Helps Feed Tucson's Homeless

For those living without homes food, nourishment are constant needs; over past 7 years local volunteers have aided the issue.

The scene in the northern Santa Rita Mountains where Rosemont Copper Mine is proposed.

Pima Board Votes Against Proposed Rosemont Mine

Supervisors opposed 4-1 to mine's Environmental Impact Statement Tuesday; have until Feb. 14 to submit objections.

AZ House Committee OKs Religious Beliefs Justification Bill

Originally approved by state Senate; opponents say it would allow for businesses to discriminate against gays, secular groups, other religions.

We learn about Arizona's rich geological history with Senior Geologist at the Arizona Geological Survey, Jon Spencer, Ph.D.

AZ Landscape As Old As 30 Million Years, Geologist Says

The geology of Arizona has changed dramatically over time; state geologist discusses details.

The Continental School District is facing many of the same challenges, a growing need for services but a declining number of resources.

New Website Shows Detailed Info About AZ Schools, Test Scores

The Arizona Department of Education says site will help parents when choosing new schools.

We are joined by Eric Lutz, Ph.D., CMSP and Mary Poulton, discuss mining safety and the dangers that many of us, who work above ground, may find hard to imagine.

AZ Groups Working to Improve Mining Safety

Despite safeguards, technological improvements, people still die or are injured every year in accidents.

We learn about Cave Fest at Kartchner Caverns State Park with Robert Casavant, Ph.D. Manager of Science and Research/Natural Resources for Arizona State Parks.

Festival Aims to Highlight Science Within AZ Historic Caverns

Cave Fest is hosted by Kartchner Caverns State Park, encourages visitors to learn about research taking place in area.

In-State Tuition for Veterans Passes House, Barber Cosponsors

Arizona congressman says they shouldn't have to deal with complex residency regulations anywhere in the U.S.

Mexican Gray Wolf Population Rising in AZ, NM Border

Endangered species now up to 83 living in mountains along Arizona-New Mexico border; an increase of 10% since 2012.

Sports Reporter Gives Insight on State of Arizona Basketball

Writer Anthony Gimino shares his thoughts in Q&A about UA team, coach Sean Miller, what's to come for the rest of the season.

Charter Schools Won't Have to Refund Nearly $6M in Overfunding

State Department of Education paid funds by mistake for classroom costs, teacher performance; say they'll appeal court ruling.

Member of the Arizona state Legislature meet at the Senate Building.

Some AZ Lawmakers Want Shorter Legislative Sessions

Proposal either formally introduced, being prepared for consideration to set firm limits on length of regular sessions.

Demion Clinco, president of the board of Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, discusses some of the benefits and examples of restoring historic structures versus building from scratch.

Historic Preservation Advocate Fills Vacant Legislative Seat

Demion Clinco appointed to replace Dalessandro, who moved to Senate seat in Tucson area District 2.

Arizona Senate Minority Leader Leah Landrum Taylor.

AZ Sen. Dropping from Secretary of State Democratic Race

Sen. Leah Landrum-Taylor announces decision Monday; says she would like to focus on reforming child welfare system.

A map of the Arizona Congressional districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

Maricopa Wants Participation in Challenge to Congressional Map

County would like a say in federal court case involving AZ Legislature lawsuit blocking use of current congressional districts map.

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