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The Thorny History Of Saguaro National Park

New book tells the complicated story, in pictures, of preserving the dense stands of saguaro near Tucson

The Thorny History Of Saguaro National Park

New book tells the complicated story, in pictures, of preserving the dense stands of saguaro near Tucson

Despite the tough economy, some people are taking chances on new businesses and women are a vital part of the entrepreneurs.

AZ Week: Economy Takes Baby Steps

Job growth slow, steady; infrastructure attention needed, economist says

Candidates for Office Must Speak English

State Supreme Court rules in case of disqualified Yuma County office-seeker

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Latino PAC Aims to Boost Democrats

Legislators in 5 states, including AZ, push 'Impacto Fund'

AZ Gasoline Prices Spike

17-week downturn ends; statewide average at $3.41 a gallon

AZ Must Use Federal Voter Forms, Judge Rules

State wanted them banned because they don't ask proof of citizenship

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Heinz Airs Ad Going After Barber's First Congressional Vote

Second ad in CD2 race; Heinz only candidate on the air

Technology Company Moving From Denver to Tucson

Officials say it's another step toward building biotech reputation

The U.S. Senate Republican Primary Forum

The four Arizona Republican Primary candidates debate the issues

Earthquake Study Confirms Shaky Arizona

Results of 3-year seismic survey show plenty of activity beneath our feet, but most are "micro-quakes"

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Web Feature: A Burning Question

Researchers find that heat and growth go hand in hand for Arizona

President and CEO, Arizona Science Foundation William Harris, PhD talks on how slow Arizona's economic recovery is and is calling for a long-term plan to move the economy into the 21st century.

Arizona Needs Economic Strategy, Ex-Regent Says

State has pieces in place but no coordination; science research may be key

Program Coordinator of the Sierra Club Borderlands Dan Millis speaks on the concern of environmental organizations about walls and other construction along the US-Mexico border that are creating carries for wildlife.

Border Barriers Create Concerns

Environmental groups worry about the impact of walls on wildlife along the U.S.-Mexico border

A classroom in the Vail School District in suburban Tucson.

State Rates Vail No. 1 School District in Arizona

12 elementary, middle schools earn 'A' grades for 2011-12 year

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012

Vail schools progress, need for state business-school synergies, Healthy Start

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