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Homeless man reading near Santa Rita park.

Service Providers Work to End Homelessness in Tucson

Goal: End veterans' homelessness by end of this year, all homelessness by 2017.

Tucson Schools Participating in Teacher Appreciation Week

PTAs organizing events, and local business offering discounts for educators.

A look into the Sleeping Frog Farms.

Free Compost Available for Tucson Gardeners

The city will offer the soil booster at Randolph and Udall Parks this week

Raytheon Awarded $559M Contract for Guided Missiles

Guidance section of the missile is built in Tucson

Arizona's First "Fisher House" to be Built in Tucson

Home will benefit military service members, veterans and their families.

4/10/12

Graffiti at Fox Theatre Spotlights Citywide Problem

Police say it's misconception that gang members are responsible for vandalism around Tucson.

Analyst: Gasoline Price Peak May Be Near

Seasonal pricing, production & markets affecting prices

Regents to Set University Tuition Rates Monday

Cost of studies for in-state freshmen could rise above $11,000 for the first time

Student Filmmakers Confess: "I Dream in Widescreen"

Diverse UA film showcase includes a contemporary silent film about the trumph of a dancer's spirit, and a horror / comedy / musical about the wife of a serial killer.

Arizona Spotlight for May 1st, 2015

"Now en Español" tells how five Latina actresses became "Desperate Housewives" in Spanish; MacArthur Fellow Olivier Guyon searches the stars for distant planets; "I Dream in Widescreen" showcases student films; San Ysidro Festival revives old traditions.

Business Report: Municipal Leaders Express Doubt in County Bond Election

Prospective loan for $815 million would fund variety of community projects

Community Program Aims to Slow Progression of Dementia

'Elder Care' helps people with memory loss stay physically and mentally active.

An April 29, 2015 controlled burn near Redington Pass in the Coronado National Forest.

Southern Arizona Fire Season Could Be Short But Severe

Spring storm systems are delaying start, but dry fuels are still abundant

METRO WEEK: How Will We Pay For Tomorrow's Road Work?

Long-term transportation planning requires attention to funding puzzle.

AZ WEEK: Ducey Defends Budget, Education Spending

In Tucson speech and interview, governor says state 'must stop spending money we don't have.'

The Administration (left) and Modern Languages (right) buildings on the campus of the University of Arizona.

Student-Run Startup Companies Compete for Cash

Eller College of Management student start-ups will be featured Friday

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