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Tucsonan Stephen Kimble's drawing for his Spider-Man 'web-shooter' toy, patented in 1990.

Tucsonan Loses Spider-Man Toy Case at US Supreme Court

He invented 'web-shooter' for which his patent expired, meaning an end to his royalty earnings.

Downtown traffic makes its way through construction in the area where the new street car will be.

Construction Coming to Tucson Interstate Interchanges

ADOT board approves funding for projects to be done through 2020

Arizona's Rural Counties Struggle with State Cuts

In Navajo County, money meant for flood control being diverted to other purposes.

As education funding has dwindles, Tucson Unified School District has relied more and more on volunteers in its classrooms.

AZ WEEK: English Language Education Gets Court OK

How does the state teach English? What does ruling mean in 2-decade-old case?

Puppy at the Pima Animal Care Center.

Pima Animal Care Center Waives Fee to Reduce Crowding

Shelter at nearly double capacity with 800 dogs, cats, including up to 3 dogs in one kennel.

TEP Drops Request to Lower Solar Power Purchase Price

After objections, utility says it will renew plan as part of a 2017 rate increase proposal.

METRO WEEK: Evaluating Police-Community Relations

Tucson Police Department expands outreach, minority community leader says more work to be done

New Data Helps African-Americans Trace Ancestry

LDS Church offers national digital index to reveal ancestral information.

Banner UMC Will Lay Off 'Small Number' of Employees

Organization issues statement without listing exact count among 6,400 workers in Tucson.

Is There a Song That Reminds You of Your Father?

AZPM staff members share what music comes to mind when they think of their dads.

Historic Carrillo House Celebrates Reopening

The first new exhibit since 2008 opens Saturday

Tucson's Water Quality Passes Federal Muster

Annual report shows contaminant levels all well below maximum allowable levels.

How Does Tucson's Heat Affect Road Repaving Work?

It's too hot for some projects to continue without causing a sticky mess.

The San Pedro River flows through Sierra Vista.

Community Effort Tracks San Pedro River's Health

Volunteers will map flows for waterway that's vital to people and wildlife.

State Schools Chief Returns to Tucson Tuesday

Diane Douglas will extend her 'listening tour' to visit Old Pueblo a second time.

New App Aims to Help Avoid Heat-Related Illness

With temperatures soaring, cell phone device provides reading, tips for safety.

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