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Maricopa Sheriff Arpaio

Feds: Arpaio Bargains Racial Profile Case in Bad Faith

Sheriff's precondition for no court-appointed monitor may end settlement talks

Ethan Orr, Executive Director of Linkages talk about how the upcoming disabilities job fair on Saturday, April 14th, will bring great opportunities to people in Tucson with disabilities looking for jobs.

Fair Offers Services for Tucson's Disabled

Southern Arizona's Resource and Transition Fair coming April 14

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne

State Ethnic Studies Law Only Enforced in TUSD Mexican American Studies

Law not applied to other ethnic studies courses in TUSD, other districts

Roundup of Illegal Immigrants Nets 3,100

Biggest-ever sweep in all 50 states, focuses on those with criminal histories

Hank Greenberg

Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

Explore the connection between Jewish Americans and America's national pastime. Friday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Matthew Conley (left) executive director of the Tucson Poetry Festival and Ander Monson a poet, novelist and teacher talk about the 30th anniversary of the festival.

Arizona Illustrated: Monday, April 2, 2012

Urban Picnic, Kozachik on road repairs, Poetry festival and more

Patterson Remains in Office, For Now

Democrats say they fear for safety at state Capitol over his behavior

Latino Population Growth Drives Politics

79% increase in voter participation; Obama sees opportunity to grab AZ

Downtown Tucson.

Brewer Vetoes Tucson's Rio Nuevo Bill

Move goes against what downtown businesses want to redevelop

We take a look at some of the construction projects that are being funded by a voter-approved half cent sales tax increase in 2006.

Councilman Wants Road Money Reallocated

Tucson's Kozachik proposes special election to 'break bueaucratic mindset'

Campus Medical Pot Ban Awaits Brewer's OK

Federal funding for state universities may be in jeopardy

Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne.

AZ AG Horne Faces Campaign Probe, Denies Accusations

Complaint alleges he illegally collaborated with independent financing committee

UA Poetry Center Library

Tucson Poetry Festival Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Tucson institution highlights work of local poets, students

Ballet at a Picnic? Yes, Tucson Group Says

'Urban Picnic' celebrates local artists, showcases work, raises money

Scheduled Maintenance to Disrupt TV Service for all AZPM TV channels

Midnight, January 5th to Friday Morning, January 6th January 19th at 10 p.m. to Friday morning, January 20th NPR and Classical radio signals may be affected

Cell Phone Driving Ban May Go Statewide - For Teens

Senate vote scheduled for Monday at Capitol; all-driver ban rejected earlier

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