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Building a Southern Arizona Food Economy

Investors, advocates look for ways to grow local and get residents to buy local; it's healthier, they say.

AZ Week: Brewer, State Helping Education Funds? Split Opinions

Arizona legislators, educators discuss Gov. Jan Brewer's proposal for extra money; Brewer's plans for "student success funding."

CARE Team: CPS Lacks Standards, Has Inexperienced Staff, Needs Systemic Change

Independent group created by Brewer says steps must be taken to fix a broken child welfare system.

Experts: Feb. Peak of Tourism in Tucson, Not as High as It Was

With the gem show underway, visitors from all over coming in, however since 2008 number of tourists has declined.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, January 31, 2014

A discussion of President Obama's renewed call for immigration reform after State of the Union Address; the latest in AZ Legislature.

Fourth Ave Store Turns Junk into Artistic Creations

Pop Cycle is a collaborative effort of 3 siblings, friends, local artists who use recycled, re-used materials to make a variety of items.

Thousands of AZ Kids Could Lose Health Coverage Saturday

State insurance program ending, some will be unable to enroll in private insurance under Affordable Care Act.

Independent Voter Registration Gaining in AZ

Republicans, Democrats see support languish as unaffiliated numbers grow; 3.2M total are signed up.

UA's RNA Research Helping Scientists with Cancer Diagnosis

New developments in molecular biology make it possible to measure messenger RNA in single cells.

EPA Proposes Pollution Control for 6 AZ Facilities

Federal plan to limit emission such as nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide; agency holding public hearing Feb. 25 in PHX, Feb. 26 in Tucson.

NASA Changes Worry Tucson Planetary Science

New grant-funding structure promises more money for planetary research, but local scientist negative impacts.

Local Distiller Turns Sonoran Desert Wood into Whiskey

Mesquite craftsman uses native wood to craft unique spirits—and tap into a long scientific legacy.

UA Agriculture Center One of Few Using Greenhouses for Education

Part of handful of programs in U.S.; it is also the only facility that offers commercial-sized, operated facility for hands-on education.

Tucson Proposes Film Incentives to Regenerate Industry

Rental discount offered on city property for productions costing $2M or more to stop 'flyover' to NM, Texas.

Ad Wars for 2014 Congressional Race Begin

It may only be Jan. but campaign propaganda already flooding TVs, etc.; Election Day is Nov. 4.

AZ Week: Is Border Secure? BP Agent Says No, Getting There

Secretary of Homeland Security visited Arizona earlier this week; Border Patrol agent discusses strategies to improve safety in area.

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