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South Tucson City Hall is pictured on April 2, 2015.

Residents of South Tucson Without Recycling Pickup

Officials say service will be included in contract with next waste collection vendor.

200 volunteer dentists and hygienists will provide free teeth cleanings, extractions and cavity fillings at the 23rd annual Hope Fest Saturday.

Hope Fest Provides Free Dental, Medical Care to People in Need

Donations of food, clothing and other essentials being collected Friday.

Court staff and judges are educated on the new domestic violence court system in order to better serve victims of domestic violence.

Tucson's Domestic Violence Court Adds Victim Advocates

$500,000 from federal Justice Department grant also adds security measures.

Students from Challenger Middle School practice before going to DC for a national civics competition.

Teen Town Hall Seeks 'Better Understanding' for Students

Friday event expected to draw more than 250 students, elected officials, school staff.

Tax preparation

Tucson's Tax Amnesty Lets Businesses Pay Penalty Free

With 10 days to go, city has already collected more back taxes than in its '09 amnesty

NASA’s InSight Mars lander

'The Martian:' Filmmakers Missed UA Camera's Smile

Mars explorers Peter Smith, Alfred McEwen discuss scientific depictions in blockbuster movie.

Native American Governance Degree Offered at UA

Legal, policy programs partnering for courses leading to master's degree.

Should TUSD Post Rates of Immunization at Schools?

District's rates are high, but one board member wants it, saying it will help inform parents.

Can Landmark Tucson Eatery Reopen in Better Times?

La Fuente resisted closure, but eventually couldn't survive; owner still has hopes for it.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

'Misconceptions' in ACLU Claims Against Border Patrol

Officers' union representative disputes accusations of widespread civil rights violations.

UA Project Aims to Untangle Medical Jargon for Patients

Management Information Systems project will put information in layman's terms for doctors.

Voices for the Cure 2015 with Betty Villegas and Jessica Ray

In memory of her sister Irma, Betty Villegas shares the influence that genetic testing had on her family's choices regarding breast cancer.

UA Works to Grow Online Undergrad Program

First class of 165 students has average age of 32; more counseling, coaching needed.

Alfred McEwen, Principal Investigator for HiRISE, speaks about the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment.

AZ WEEK: Exploring Mars on Silver Screen, in UA Research

University of Arizona's connection to planetary science dates to dawn of Space Age.

Tucson Election Pamphlet Delayed; Voting Under Way

Information available online now, in mailboxes soon; problem with vendor caused delay.

METRO WEEK: Economic Recovery Slow in Tucson

Reasons, ramifications and resolutions from Tucson and Phoenix economists.

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