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Oro Valley Resident Wants Two Challengers Off Recall Ballot

Case will be heard in Pima County Superior Court Wednesday

Arizona economy

Report: State Tax Revenues Run Below Budget in August

Off by 0.8 percent from soft sales tax, corporate income tax, legislative staff says.

Students sit on benches at the front entrance of Old Main.

UA Student Survey: 1 in 5 Women Sexual Misdeed Victims

Officials say they participated in the survey to benchmark against peer institutions.

Federal Grant to Help Get Mold Out of Tribal Housing

Tucson area's Tohono O'odham and Pascua Yaqui to get funding.

Tucson Housing Market Trends Continue Mostly Positive

Sales volume up 10.2% in August from year ago; average sales price up, to $211,000.

Maija Hildebrand says holding a tarantula helped her overcome her fear of picking up a cockroach.

Insect Festival Discovery: 'Cockroaches Are Really Cuddly'

How did girl come to play with roach? Only after building her nerve by holding tarantula.

Glen Canyon Dam.

Danger of 250-Ton Rock Collapse at Dam Reduced

Workers stabilize sandstone slab that threatened to break off wall near Glen Canyon Dam.

Annual Chinese Culture Festival Under Way in Tucson

Residents can take in music, culture, language and other topics.

Dana Carvey as Garth in "Wayne's World," 1992.

Dana Carvey

The comedian says he is a stand-up who is a sketch player in his heart, and that impressions can be a good way to figure out what makes people tick.

Bug enthusiasts from the Sonoran Arthropod Studies Institute share some of the highlights of their living insect collection.

Yum! Bug Tacos, Mealworm Cookies at UA's Insect Fest

The event, in its fifth year, will be on campus this Sunday starting at 11 a.m.

The Iranian Nuclear Agreement: Containment or Catastrophe?

A panel discussion with three experts from the University of Arizona who assess the implications of the Iran Agreement.

Arizona Spotlight for September 18, 2015

Comedian Dana Carvey brings his characters to Tucson; local organization offers support and safety to victims of domestic abuse; author Johanna Skibsrud reads from her novel "Quartet for the End of Time".

Episode 239: Arizona's Education Funding Debate

Also on the program, the latest update on a proposal to connect Tucson and Phoenix by rail

AZ WEEK: Arizona Leaders Debate Education Funding

Also on the program: update on proposal for Tucson-Phoenix passenger rail.

NAU Gets $500K For Domestic Violence Work in Nogales

Grant seeks to increase services available to victims in rural communities

Episode 60: Tucson Voters Decide Whether To Ban Traffic Cams, Change Governance

Four ballot questions are in the hands of voters this fall

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