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JJ Brost, Science and Operations Officer from the National Weather Service in Tucson discusses what weather changes we can expect to see in the coming months.

Hotter Year, Colder Months, Likely Fires

National Weather Service has figures for Southern Arizona

Ursula Kramer from the Pima County Dept. of Environmental Quality, Fran LaSala from the Tucson Environmental Services Department, and Joan Lionetti from Tucson Clean and Beautiful talk about the way recycling can help improve the community.

Second-Hand Stores: Reuse in Vogue

Local groups see more awareness, participation

Report Puts AZ In Top 10 for Higher-Ed Cuts

Analysis shows funding down 35%, enrollment up 20% since 2007

Shoppers pay a visit to The HabiStore. It's a thrift store operated by Habitat for Humanity.

Recycling: Win-Win for People, Nature

Second-hand stores save money, resources

GM Opening Tech Center in Chandler

Will hire 1,000 workers over 5 years, invest $21M

Highway under construction

State Highway Money Down $350M

5-year plan must be scaled back; low gasoline taxes cited

Arizona legislative districts, as drawn by the Independent Redistricting Commission in 2011.

Redistricting Challenge Going to Court

March 25 trial date set on state's legislative districts

Giffords at Safeway: Gun Control Needed

Returns to scene of Jan. 8, 2011 shooting to make her plea

Renovations Complete at UA's Institute for LGBT Studies

Director Susan Stryker Ph.D. shifts focus to LGBT programming

Catherine Brooks, a professor for the Department of Communications at the UA School of Information Resources and Library Science,  discusses the new degree program designed to help students prepare to live and work in our new e-society.

Teaching How to Live, Work in Digital Age

UA launches new 'eSociety' degree program

Ashley Lancaster, student living with arthritis at the University of Arizona, discusses how staying productive and achieving your goals can sometimes feel impossible.

UA Student Balances College Life, Arthritis

Scholarships to Help Youngsters with JRA Attend School

County Switches to Self-Insurance

New health plan will save money by minimizing premium rise

Prescribed Burn At Sweetwater Wednesday

Fire at west Tucson nature preserve provides training, mosquito control

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, March 5, 2013

UA pilot program for intellectually challenged, living in e-society, pain of arthritis

Resign to Run? No Need, Says New Bill

Legislature poised to change legal requirements for officials seeking to campaign for another position

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