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Cool Weather Slows AZ Wildfires

Crown King residents return home; fire stays at 16,240 acres

Web Extra: Steward Observatory's 90-Year History

An archive of images from 1920-2012 of the iconic dome on University of Arizona campus

Web Extra: Not Irrigation Equipment, But An Incredibly Powerful Telescope

More on the Navy Optical Interferometer, used to measure star positions for GPS and time-keeping

Web Extra: Astronomer Arjun Dey On BigBOSS Deep Sky Mapping Project

Survey will use Kitt Peak's Mayall Telescope to map more of the universe than ever before


Episode 72: New Road Funding Model Sought

Arizona's HURF not providing needed transportation money, officials say

CD 8 Voter Breakdown Shows Edge to GOP

400,000 plus voters registered heading into special election

Greg Stanley, assistant Pinal County manager for development services, examines what budgetary changes need occur to mend Arizona roads.

Full Interview on Road Funding with Greg Stanley

Pinal County official says 'sweeps' have cost Pinal $5.4M in four years

Ken Strobeck, Executive Director of League of Arizona Cities and Towns, discusses Arizona budgetary concerns in regards to road work and construction.

Full Interview on Transportation Funding with Ken Strobeck

League of Cities and Towns executive says 'sweeps' hurt, change needed

Former state lawmaker Pete Hershberger (left), Pima County Democratic Party Chairman Jeff Rogers (middle left) and organizer of the Tucson Tea Party Trent Humphries (right) join host Jim Nintzel (middle right) to discuss the week in local politics.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable, Friday, May 25, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads discussion of CD8 race, AZ poll numbers for president and other topics

AZ Week: New Model Sought for Road Funding

Gasoline tax, Legislature's diversion of revenues leave gaps, advocates say

Isabel Celis

'Apparent Blood' Found in Isabel's Room, Police Say

They release details of investigation over last month

Local leaders are trying to increase the number of bicycle users in our community.

Tucson Retains 'Gold' Status in Bicycling

Advocacy group finds Old Pueblo's 600 miles of bike lanes make it friendly

University of Arizona Helps Sustain Nogales Wheelchair Shop

Across the border, the UA is impacting others, like here at the All-Terrain Wheelchair Shop.

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Gasoline Prices Continue to Fall

11 straight weeks of price declines; Tucson at $3.62 per gallon

UPDATE: Crown King Fire Evacuation Called Off

Residents, business owners can return Friday as fire's danger subsides

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