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David Cross: Staying Busy from Stage to Screen

Also on Arizona Spoitlight: Charles Mingus Celebrated in Nogales; Update on Budget Dealmaking; Building Tucson with Mud, Straw & Sweat.

State Revenues Below Budget in March, Still Above for Year

Income was $5 million short of fiscal plan, state legislative budget analysts report.

Arizona Children’s Health Program's Future in Question

State may remain alone in the nation without KidsCare.

Prop 123: How We Got Here, What Your Vote Means

Settlement to longstanding lawsuit would pump billions into Arizona schools.

McSally Seeks Upgrades to Port of Entry at Douglas

Proposal will be included in 5-year plan for border spending, agency tells her.

William Hartmann photographs an image of the Moon projected on a three-foot hemisphere in the UA Lunar and Planetary Lab's first premises, a Quonset hut.

Book Chronicles History of Planetary Science in Tucson

Under Desert Skies’ topic of April 25 program

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Has Tucson Residential Real Estate Market Recovered?

Four consecutive months of positive indicators, most March sales in 10 years.

First-Time Buyers Push Tucson Housing Market's Strong Trend

Lower-priced sales dominate post recession volume, Realty association reports.

Jeff Flake, U.S. Senator of Arizona, discusses our state budget.

Flake Wants 'Flexible' Guest Workers with Unique Skills

US employers would first have to search domestically for qualified person.

Grantchester Season 2: Episode Five

Are Sidney and Geordie’s crime-fighting days over? Sunday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

UA Astrophysicist Named Guggenheim Fellow

Feryal Ozel will study neutron stars, black holes

Arizona legislative districts, as drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission in 2011.

US Supreme Court Upholds State Legislative Boundaries

Second challenge of Independent Redistricting Commission's work turned back.

Early Ballots Headed to Voters for May 17 Special Election

Pima County election officials say they dropped 323,000 early ballots in the mail.

Stories of Success After Prison at the Second Chance Forum

For the nearly 20,000 people released from prison in Arizona each year, finding a job can be difficult.

Westbound Interstate 10 Closed Wednesday Overnight

Third and final scheduled closure for work on Davidson Canyon Bridge

University of Arizona geosciences professor Jon Pelletier walks through the forest on Cerro del Medio, a mountain in New Mexico’s Valles Grande, after the 2011 Las Conchas fire.

Study: Wildfires Responsible for 99% of Erosion in West

UA researchers assess impacts for a million years

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