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Preserving Plant Diversity in Southwest

Countering effects of 'monocropping' on plant variety

UA Researchers Pursuing Holographic Display

Special polymer could yield 3-D holographic television

Preserving Plant Diversity in Southwest

Countering effects of 'monocropping' on plant variety

UA Student Named to Board of Regents

Brewer appoints sophomore political science major Valerie Hanna

Remembering Darkest of Days

24-hour Holocaust vigil on UA Mall Wednesday, includes reading of victim names

A giant moth also known as the tobacco hornworm is helping scientists understand the sense of smell in insects and humans.

Bug Brains Reveal Secrets of Smell

UA researchers use moths to explore insect, human senses of smell

Report reveals extensive problems with Arizona private prisons with safety and cost. A group that has been advocating against prison privatization in Arizona will release an extensive report reviewing the private prisons.

Prison Health Care Going to Trial

2014 airing of inmates' complaints of indifference, inadequate care

UA Develops iPhone Dust Storm App

Free download gives user real-time info on issues anywhere in US

3rd annual Teacher Day at UA

Join us for the 3rd annual Teacher Day at UA on Saturday, April 27th.

State Senate OKs Guns in Rural Schools

Staffs would be allowed to be armed, as security against intruders

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, March 18, 2013

Economy moving nationally, locally; Vail incorporation update; more

Vail Incorporation Petitions in Circulation

Southeast suburb hoping to become new city or town; Tucson mayor supportive

Carl R. Tannenbaum, chief economist, Northern Trust Co.

Economist: Business Unfazed by Sequestration

Frustration abounds, but opportunities driving activity forward

State on Improving Jobs Trend, Analyst Says

Unemployment up slightly, but year-over-year change positive

Learning From Asteroids Pummeling Mars

UA HiRISE camera documents space-rock strikes on red planet

Restoring A Piece of Astronomy History

Lowell Observatory turning to public for help funding refurbishments of 117-year old Clark Telescope

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