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9 County Centers in Line for Fixup

Recreation, community facilities due for $1.5M in repairs, renovations

UA Press Author's Works Revived By Journalists Through HB2281 Controversy

Local author's short stories portray life in a historic Tucson barrio

Episode 90: Medicaid Decisions on Horizon

Expansion may mean economic boost as well as health-care coverage

Arizona economy

Another Foreign Trade Trip for Brewer

Governor will lead state contingent to Toronto next week

Q&A with UA President Ann Weaver Hart

The Appointed Professionals Advisory Council Annual Meeting

UPDATE: Loughner Sentencing Moved to Nov. 8

Prosecution requested change to accommodate some victims

Saguaro National Park

Free Admission to S. AZ Parks Saturday

National forests, parks ask public to help with volunteer projects

Tucson's mayor Jonathan Rothschild appointed a new poet laureate, and her name is Rebecca Seiferle, who talks about what the post means to the local community.

New Tucson Poet Laureate is Rebecca Seiferle

Third in city's history, she will promote poetry, literacy

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 28, 2012

Candidates in Legislative District 9 discuss the issues

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012

Streetcar tracks bicycle hazard, downtown restaurant tours, more

Pima County Sheriff Dupnik

5 County Jailers Fired After Bar Fight

Sheriff says 11 others under investigation

AZ Week: Medicaid Decisions on Horizon

Brewer, Legislature to mull expansion under Affordable Care Act

Modern Streetcar Tracks Snare Cyclists

Bike riders say falls common; city engineers working on issues

TUSD moms work on hands-on math projects during the 12th Annual Title I Family Conference.

TUSD Parents: Math Students For A Day

Dozens attend conference for low-income families

Call the Midwife

In 1950’s London, newly qualified midwife Jenny Lee goes to work in the poorest area of the city. Sunday at 7 p.m. onPBS 6.

The Ironwood tree can live up to 800 years.

New Manager At Ironwood Forest NM

UA grad to take reins at remote monument northwest of Tucson

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