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The mission to collect samples from the asteroid 1999 RQ36 is scheduled to launch in 2016, and will return to earth in 2023.

OSIRIS REx Mission Progresses

Goal to reach asteroid in 2018 on track

UA Names Academic VP/Provost

Andrew Comrie appointed to No. 2 post on campus

Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer speaking to reporters in Tucson after a February 2013 tour of the border.

Brewer Again Invites Obama to Border

'Why can't we secure our border?' like Afghanistan, she asks

No Higher Per-Diem for Lawmakers

Plan being abandoned over proposed size of increase

Clean Elections Spending Changed

Upward adjustment for 2014 comes from inflation, other sources

Shane Lawler, 15, and Emily Patterson,15, practice their performance for the Chinese New Year celebration at Tucson High School. Both are sophomores in Chinese language program.

Local Language Program Earns Top Honor

Chinese government recognizes Tucson High Magnet School

Mayor of Marana Ed Honea

Marana Tourism Focuses on Golf

Working to grow number of visitors in Tucson suburb

Diane Rehm: Cyber-Espionage

Diane and her guests discuss the growing threat of cyber-espionage. Weekdays 9-11 a.m. on NPR 89.1 FM/1550 AM.

Arizona budget puzzle

State Budget Impact on Locals Unclear

As lawmakers, Brewer negotiate, cities, counties wait

'Imagine' Seeks Transportation Planning

Follows group's land-use, population growth outlines

U.S. Judge Negates AZ Abortion Law

Ruling targets ban on Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood

Health icon

Latino Summit Takes on Health Inequality

Doctors, students, community members to gather Saturday seeking solutions

One cent sales tax

Brewer Unveils Sales-Tax Plan

It would simplify process for businesses, she says; cities opposed

Josue Saldivar explains he is eligible for President Barack Obama's executive order granting deferred immigration enforcement for people who came to the country as children, but who are not here legally.

No Licenses for Deferred Deportees, Brewer Says

She won't reconsider earlier decision despite fed ruling they are 'legal'

New AZ County Proposed for Tribes

Hopi, Navajo lands would be single entity for state purposes

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, Feb. 11, 2013

Winter tourism, Imagine Greater Tucson's next imaginings, more

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