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Despite the spike in gas prices, independent dealers say many are struggling because it's hard to make money on gasoline alone. It's only pennies per gallon, they say, so it's important to sell other items as well to make up the difference.

AZ Communities Win EPA Cleanup Grants

Flagstaff, Yuma, White Mountain Apaches get total of $1.3M for 'brownfields'

Tucson 8th Grader 4th in Geography Bee

St. Gregory School's Raghav Ranga leverages his world travel knowledge

State Pondering More Medical Marijuana Uses

Public hearing Friday to expand list of applications beyond 2010 law

A map of the Arizona Legislative districts, as redrawn by the Arizona Independent redistricting commission in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2012.

Dismissal of Redistricting Lawsuit Sought

Commission files motion against GOP challenge to new map boundaries

Michael W. Duffey is a animal cruelty investigator for  Humane Society of Southern Arizona talks about dog behaviors.

Eliminating Dog Bites Man Headlines

Expert recommends paying attention to canine's body language

Paul Martinez a veteran and volunteer for the  Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony talks about these annual events.

Memorial Day: 'It's More Than a Day of Leisure'

Veterans, volunteers encourage all to appreciate military service

Lawsuit Challenges Foreclosure Settlement Spending

Money meant to help homeowners, suit says, but state using some for general budget needs

Crown King Fire Slows, Cooler Weather Seen

At 16,240 acres, it's biggest AZ fire so far this season

Rosemont Mine proposed site in the Santa Rita Mountains

Rosemont Power Line Gets State OK

Corporation Commission votes unanimously on compromise plan

McCain Institute to Open at ASU

Senator wants international program, using 2008 campaign donation leftovers

Collecting Light Part 4: Dark Skies, Bright Future

Arizona's dark skies are perfect for stargazing, and astronomers are fighting to keep it that way

Congressional District 8 candidates discuss policy issues during a debate sponsored by the Arizona Daily Star. From left: Democrat Ron Barber, Republican Jesse Kelly, Green Charlie Manolakis.

CD8 Debate: Disagreement on Social Security, Medicare

Candidates differ on whether programs need changes for sustainability

Maricela Solis is the business advocate for the Tucson Mayor's Staff talks about latino spending.

Business Advantage Tucson: Proximity to Mexico

Spending power up south of border; mayor's business liaison urges getting a share

Amy Weintraub is a Yoga instructor and researcher plus an author of "Yoga Skills for Therapists" . She talks about her new book.

Yoga Teacher Treats Her Own Depression, Shows Others

More than exercise; it calms mind as well as body, advocate and author says

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Latino buying power, yoga as therapy and Alzheimer's drug trials

Summer Reading Program Begins as School Ends

Pima County Public Library has many activities planned for all ages

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