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Kimberly Craft interviews Roy Flores Ph.D., Chancellor of Pima Community College.

Ex-PCC Chancellor to Begin Retirement Ahead of Schedule

Dr. Roy Flores will leave the college at the end of June

Consumers Paying More for Food Than Last Year

Latest food price survey shows 6 percent increase in prices from 2011

Arizona Illustrated

Monday, April 16

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, April 13, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads discussion looking at the latest controversy over Mexican American Studies, the resignation of Rep. Daniel Patterson and more

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, April 13, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads discussion looking at the latest controversy over Mexican American Studies, the resignation of Rep. Daniel Patterson and more

Multilingual Symposium Brings International Scholars To UA

Scholars will examine the role of multilingualism in identity, governance and policy

Six Community Pools to Reopen in June

Just in time for the warm weather, the pool is open

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Michelle Obama Coming to Tucson

First lady will campaign, raise money for husband's re-election

AZ Gasoline Prices Fall; Tucson is Lowest

State average at $3.87, second straight week of decline

20-Week Abortion Ban Become AZ Law

Related measure would strip Planned Parenthood of state pass-along fed funding

Episode 66: Consumers Take Charge in Retailing

Businesses ignore customers at their peril, experts agree

Poppy King of Lipstick Queen explains what it takes to be an entrepreneur in this modern era.

Full Interview with 'Lipstick Queen' Poppy King

Shopping has changed, but women's needs and wants haven't, she says

Martha Van Gelder, Director of the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the UA discusses the impact of consumerism in Arizona for 2012.

Full Interview with UA Retailing Director Van Gelder

Consumers are in charge now, thanks to technology and recession's effects, she says

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AZ Week: In Retail, Consumers Take Charge

Technology, remnants of recession put businesses on their toes

House Gives Tentative Approval to Religious Objection Bill

Bill would allow state-licensed professionals, such as attorneys, to opt out of providing certain services

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