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State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona

Legislators Seek Per-Diem Raise

$60 a day not enough, 2 Southern Arizonans say

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, Feb. 4, 2013

Immigration reform skeptics; prepping for school closures; more

Anti-Fed Gun Bill Appears Dead

Would have banned enforcement of gun limits in AZ

AZ Voter Registration Rises 3%

GOP still leads at 35.6% of electorate; Dems at 30.5%

Judith Gans discusses America's immigration policy.

Immigration: Obama vs. Senate

Proposals differ on policy, border security, expert says

Two city council members discuss their proposed measure on guns and what it means for Tucson.

Tucson to Weigh Gun Background Checks

Council members propose all gun sales on city property be affected

Community gardening

Soil-Based Bug Could Boost Mental Health

Scientists find bacterium that can enhance emotional resilience

Garden-Based Therapy Takes Root in Tucson

Behavioral health, substance abuse treatment facilities turn to horticulture for healing

Uranium Mining OK near Grand Canyon

Federal court turns back tribal, conservationist challenges

The Serling Brothers: “Rank Sentimentalists and Rank Romanticists”

Tucsonan Robert Serling reflected on his brother Rod Serling on the 50th anniversary of The Twilight Zone.

Principal Preps For School Closure

'Breaks my heart' when students ask why, she says

State Drops Foster Child Grant Program

$11.5M from federal government has too many requirements, officials say

Big Solar Farm Proposed Near Phoenix

Italian company wants 1,700 acres of panels to power 75,000 homes

Pima Community College Downtown Campus.

Pima Chancellor Search on Hold

1 of 2 finalists withdraws after report of fiscal irregularity


Tucson Sculpture Festival Expands

Exhibition showcases diversity of three-dimensional art

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