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A student in Tucson High School's African American literature class

Schools Prepare for Cuts to Technical Education

50% of state funding for classes to be eliminated in 2016-2017 school year.

Grijalva: Tucson's Cherrybell Mail Center May Not Close

Postal Service moves status from closing in July to 'to be determined,' congressman says.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

Reintroduced Bighorns Thriving in Santa Catalina Mountains

Six lambs born last year still alive; no reported deaths in five months, state game officials say.

Ozone Warning Comes with Approach of Summer

Vehicle emissions, other pollution sources react to heat, form haze that can be unhealthy.

Solar on the Rise: Will Arizona be the Persian Gulf of Solar?

Part 1: When rooftop panels outnumber swimming pools, we'll be there, expert says.

AZ WEEK: School Year Ends, Education Reform Begins Anew

'Until we get everyone up to A level ... we've got to keep pushing urgently,' schools ex-chief says.

METRO WEEK: Local Health-Care Systems Changing

Many Tucson-area hospitals partnering with other health care organizations

A modern streetcar leaves the Highland Ave. stop near the University of Arizona.

1 Millionth Streetcar Passenger Wins Free Rides

UA student who uses rail system to get to, from school awarded one-year pass.

When It Hits 100: Those Who Keep Cool Air Blowing

Repairman says in the summer, his customers are always happy when he arrives.

A different pair of Big / Little Brothers, Ian and John, in front of the BBS sign at the group's Tucson headquarters.

How Big Brothers Makes a Difference

Meet fifteen-year old Mike and his Big Brother Elliot, a friendship that started with help from a non-profit organization.

4/10/12

New Park-and-Ride Lot at Houghton-Broadway Serves Bus Riderd

Public demand led to 100-space location for Broadway, Speedway commuters.

Arizona Spotlight for May 22nd, 2015

Tucson Audubon Society director discusses goals; meet fifteen-year-old Mike and his Big Brother; three "art moms" discuss sharing creativity with their kids; Nancy McCallion sings "He's Gone".

When it Hits 100: Zoo Animals Less Fazed Than Humans

Summer accommodations at Reid Park largely for people; many animals already acclimated.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Tucson Home Sales Strengthen; New Construction Behind

Year-to-date sales up 3.6%; average price up 5.1% to $208,000, Realtors association reports.

Smoke from Oak Tree Fire (center right) drifts to east. This aerial view is from the south with State Route 83 on left side.

Brush Fire Near Sonoita at 2,000 Acres, 20% Contained

RV blaze was starting point Wednesday, State Route 83 remains open but motorists cautioned.

Woodpeckers are only one of the local species of birds that nest during the month of March.

It's Not Just for the Birds

Tucson Audubon Society's New Executive Director

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