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Mexican Election Watched From North

July 1 balloting has great economic meaning for U.S. border states

UA President Eugene Sander discusses the year he held the president position at the University of Arizona and tells what the new president will be looking forward to.

Sander Reflects on Academic Career, Unexpected Presidency

He departs UA at end of month, after spending 24 years, including final in top spot

Isaiah Unruh, Sarah Sanderson and Emily Garcia, all students from the Fine Arts Youth Academy, perform in classic play, "Aida."

Youth Bring Fresh Approach to Classic Love Story

Meet stars of Fine Arts Youth Academy's production of Elton John's Aida adaptation

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Mosquito

First West Nile Case of 2012 Reported

Phoenix area woman in her 30s contracted mosquito-borne disease

Former citizen of Greece and UA Doctoral Student George Papadimitrou talks about the most recent political and financial turmoil in Greece that is part of the larger bailout dilema in Europe.

Greece: Hoping for Better Days

Tucsonan laments his homeland's turmoil, lauds its opportunities

Hollywood at Home presents Gaslight

In this 1944 mystery thriller a Scotland Yard detective investigates a murderous husband trying to drive his wife mad. Saturday at 9 pm on PBS-HD6.

Jesse Gutierrez, the construction project manager for the Tucson Modern Streetcar, gives an update on the streetcar's construction.

Modern Street Car Work Progresses

Project is on schedule, so far, city coordinator says

New film footage has emerged of the Temple of Music and Art, an anchor of Tucson's performing arts community since 1927.

Long-Lost Film Footage Reveals Temple of Music and Art's Genesis

Groundbreaking for Tucson institution captured in 1920s footage.

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Street car construction woes, carpooling in comfort, and the Temple of Music and Art

Creating a future workforce of scientists

The University of Arizona's BIO5 Institute fosters collaboration in research

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Navajo Code Talker, Former Navajo Nation VP Dies

Frank Chee Willeto was also a tribal court justice and BIA official

Carpooling App Makes It Simple

UA soft launches new social media tool for sign-ups

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