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Students gather at the completion of their education.

More Than 100 TUSD Seniors Not Graduating

State requires students to pass 10th-grade proficiency test for diploma

Mary Wach, a student at the UA College of Nursing is entering a field where there is a definite shortage.

As Demand Rises, UA Offers Speedy Nurse Schooling

Field expected to grow 26% in 8 years; some opt for career change


MAY 2012 (KUAT)

Terry Badger Ph.D., professor and researcher at the UA College of Nursing discusses the schools focus on health-related education, its outreach programs and other services, and its ranking among other universities.

Nursing: Bucking the Jobs Trend

Nationwide shortage is providing opportunities for new graduates

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

AZ GOP to Drop Interim Legislative Map Request

Critics question impartiality of judge in case

Feds Request Hearing on Loughner's Mental Fitness

Rep. Giffords' shooting suspect on medication to improve psychological state for trial

Tucson 8th Grader In U.S. Geography Bee Finals

St. Gregory's Raghav Ranga makes Top 10; see him on YouTube here

Richard Carmona

AZ Political Feud Renewed

Carmona’s old conflicts with Bush White House re-emerge in Senate bid

Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett stops by the studio to talk about the multiple upcoming elections in Southern Arizona.

AZ Secretary of State Reverses View on Endorsements

Bennett claims he can oversee fair elections while working for Romney's campaign

Change in Payroll Deadline Due to Memorial Day Holiday

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The Gladiator Fire near Crown King, AZ, burns along a ridge line; stain from fire retardant drop is at left.

Firefighters Make Progress at Crown King

Blaze nears 15,000 acres, as crews work to contain westward movement

The Pluto Discovery Telescope was built in 1928 to look for "Planet X," later known as Pluto.

Collecting Light Part 2: A Century of Stargazing

A look at the colorful history and characters that made astronomy big in Arizona

Web Extra: Steward Observatory's Thomas Fleming on Arizona's Astronomy History

Fleming tells a longer version of how Lowell, Douglass, Meinel and others made Arizona famous for astronomy


German Tourist Dies at Saguaro National Park

Authorities say heat stroke may be the cause

Isabel Celis

Police Recanvassing Area Near Isabel's Home

Residents, businesses near Broadway-Craycroft asked to fill out new questionnaire

Kimberly Craft interviews Mark Stegeman, a TUSD Board Member, about the state of education in Arizona.

TUSD's Stegeman Relinquishing Board President Role

He will still seek reelection, but wants break from running contentious meetings

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