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Fed, State Agencies Offer Reward For Wolf Death

Mexican gray wolf pup found dead in eastern Arizona last month

El Anatsui. "River Crossing," 2007. Aluminum and copper wire; 103 x 141 inches.

Art In The Twenty-First Century: Change

View the works and techniques of artists Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui and Catherine Opie. Friday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Students and protestors interrupt the TUSD board meeting just before the vote to renew the contract of the director of Mexican American Studies program. Protestors tied themselves together with plastic zip ties.

TUSD Fires Mexican American Studies Program Director

After a contentious meeting, the board votes 3 to 2 not to bring Sean Arce back

Lidia Bastianich Cookbook Give Away

Arizona Public Media is giving away two cookbooks from Ready TV’s chef of month Lidia Bastianich!

Congressman Raul Grijalva Speaks Out Against TUSD Governing Board

Former board members criticize a current board member’s comments on Mexican American Studies

State House and Senate Pass Abortion Bill

HB 2036 bans abortions after the 20th week, leading some lawmakers to cross the aisle

The Pima Neighborhood Investment Partnership (PNIP) is a collaboration between Pima County and eight sub-grantees which was formed to make home ownership possible.

Foreclosed Homes Find New Ownership, Life Through Community Partnership

Collaboration works to make home ownership attainable despite the economic downturn

Arizona Illustrated

Wednesday, April 11

The Pima Neighborhood Investment Partnership (PNIP) is a collaboration between Pima County and eight sub-grantees which was formed to make home ownership possible.

Arizona Illustrated: Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Help for first-time homebuyers, the Arizona Police and Fire Games, springtime's Open Art Studios, and more

The stagecoach that runs at Old Tucson Studios recaptures some of the flavor of what travel was like on the frontier of the late 1800's.

Old Tucson Scaling Back Over Summer

The theme park and former movie studio aims to better its business by slowing down from June through September

David Fernandez, president of the Arizona Police and Fire Games describes the 2012 Arizona Police and Fire Games to be held in Tucson April 11 to 14.

Arizona Police and Fire Games Kick Off Tomorrow

Annual Olympic-style games encourage camaraderie while giving back to the community, organizers say

House for sale

Grant Gives Would-be Home Buyers a Helping Hand

Pima Neighborhood Investment Partnership offers assistance, counseling for home buyers

Marc David Leviton, founding president of Industria Studios talks about the evolution of the Open Art Studios and what you can expect to see this year.

Tucson Artists' Open Studio to Showcase Over 140 Artists

Twice-yearly meet-and-greet connects artists with the community

A bullet-ridden rest-stop along the highway to Tubutama, in Northern Sonora, Mexico.

Tucson-Based Reporter Wins National Award

Fronteras Desk's Michel Marizco honored with National Headliner Award

Arizona Budget puzzle

CD 8 Fundraising Brings Big Surprises

UPDATED: Antenori far behind rest of GOP field, Barber retained Giffords’ supporters

daniel patterson

Patterson Submits Response to Ethics Report

UPDATE: Ethics Committee reviewing response, will reconvene Wednesday morning

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