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Venus Makes Once-In-Lifetime Celestial Cameo

Dozens gather in Tucson to watch planet cross between Earth and sun

Council Considers Changing Conduct Standards

Discussion follows accusation Cunningham behaved inappropriately

Private Prisons Expand as Crime Declines

Opponents say expansion unnecessary; state cites maximum-security needs

Workshop Helps Ex-Convicts Restore Civil Rights

Restoration is easier with help, says man who completed process

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Rothschild's first 180 days, private prisons update, prisoner rights restoration

Downtown Tucson

2 Rio Nuevo Board Members Removed

State Senate president seeks replacements for board chair Bain, member Grinnell

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

Tucson Working to Beautify Medians

Work crews are removing dead vegetation, debris along major roadways

Ron Austin, Board Member of Pan Left Productions, goes into the field to create a documentary about teen homelessness.

Using Multimedia to Inform

Pan Left Productions helps local activists spread their messages

Another Loss for Tombstone in Water Fight

Second Supreme Court justice denies emergency injunction request

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Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild discuss his first 180 days in office.

Rothschild Assesses His First 6 Months

Tucson mayor issues self-report card: handled 'low-hanging fruit'

Trade Between U.S., Mexico Tops $500 Billion

Border commerce growing faster than U.S. trade with China

Veterans: Marijuana Eases PTSD

Disorder doesn't currently qualify under AZ medical marijuana program

Initiative for Open Primary Nears Ballot

Proponents say they have enough signatures to make November ballot

Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexican presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI.

Mexican Presidential Favorite at Border

Is he face of remade party or member of old regime for privileged?

Apollo Astronaut Gene Cernan was the last man to walk on the moon. Here, he looks at lunar artwork with the artist, Pamela Lee in Tucson May 31, 2012.

Astronauts Debate Future of U.S. Space Program

Apollo and shuttle astronauts say next big goal is overdue

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