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Tucson Residents Focus on the Moon, Celebrate Science

Groups encourage residents to "look up and be inspired."

Many Arizona Schools Need Wireless Upgrades for iPads

New technologies are meant to prepare students for careers, but lack of access hampers process.

Firm Wins $1B Contract to Run Grand Canyon Hotels, Restaurants

Xanterra has run mules rides, gift stores and other transportation on the South Rim for decades.

A border wall between Douglas and Mexico.

AZ Week: Rural Hospitals Disappear Nationwide

Arizona border community of Douglas lost its hospital in July; Bisbee, Sierra Vista pick up the slack.

Talks Continue to End Bus Strike; No Progress Reported

Federal mediator working with management, union for fourth time in a week, as walkout hits Day 37.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas, at Tucson forum, May 28, 2015.

Schools Superintendent Calls for $400M for Teacher Pay

Douglas says her statewide 'listening tour' identified it as top priority for Arizona schools.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Image of house from House Swap SW.

Tucson Job, Home Markets Growing at Similar Rates

Expert: Alike numbers in the two categories can often be a sign of sustainable growth.

METRO WEEK: Elections: Ward 4 Candidates, Unopposed Mayor

Annexation, Sun Tran strike and other topics shape council elections

Proposed Tohono O'odham casino in Glendale.

Tohono O’Odham Nation Sues State to Open Casino

Tribe claims Ducey, others blocking certification of Glendale facility already being built.

UA Public Health Researchers Focus on Food Crop Safety

Irrigation monitoring strategies will reduce human sickness

Crews work on the field at Kino Stadium during an off day for the Tucson Padres.

Cactus League Baseball Boosts Maricopa County Economy

Baseball brings in nearly $1 billion into Maricopa County every year

The University of Arizona College Republicans put nearly 3,000 flags on campus for the fourteenth anniversary of the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 in memorial of the lives lost. Some of the flags are arranged to spell out "9/11 never forget."

Tucsonans Remember 9/11 Attacks with Flag Displays

Community will mark the day with flags, thoughts of those lost in attacks 14 years ago.

See 10,000 Bats Take Flight on Tucson's North Side

Pima County officials host viewing event before bats begin migration south.

Sun Tran Stops Hire of Temporary Bus Drivers

Management responds to City Council pressure to end strike

ASU Named Most Innovative School in the Country

University officials around the country were asked to name schools leading the way

Yuma Area Rainfall Was One for the Records

Those records are augmented by Weather Service's corps of volunteer storm watchers.

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