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Tucson Nonprofit Mobilizes Groups for Hurricane Relief

The group is gathering supplies to send to Texas and Florida.

TUSD Approves Contract for Superintendent Trujillo

Final approval comes around 6 months after Trujillo was appointed interim superintendent.

UA Telescope Gets First Look at OSIRIS-REx

Spacecraft passing Earth soon for slingshot to asteroid Bennu.

Flu Season Off to an Early Start on UA Campus

Almost 40 cases diagnosed; exact origin unknown.

Tucsonan Ranks Among Nation's Best STEM Students

Selected for honor by science education non-profit

Episode 154: Tucson Helps Harvey Victims

Plus, a visit to a research site on Tumamoc Hill, and a city decision about guns seized in investigations.

Survey: Construction Firms in AZ Struggle to Find Skilled Workers

Retiring baby boomers, an emphasis on college, and local economic factors play a role.

Houston Wildlife After the Flood

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18.4 Percent of Tucson Mortgages Cosigned by a Second Party

Practice is on the rise in Tucson, but still below national average.

Arizona Releases Plan to Fight Opioid Epidemic

A Department of Health Services report outlines 12 actions to fight the opioid crisis.

Forums to Explore Community Impact of Mental Illness

Public events to foster discussion about mental health-related issues, including incarceration, law enforcement, and treatment.

UA's DACA Students Rally After Trump Ends Program

Students and supporters gathered in a show of solidarity for those whose legal status is now in limbo.

Lights Go Out at Kartchner Caverns, Newest Dark-Sky Park

Managing artificial light benefits astronomy, wildlife and humans, association director says.

Sun Tran Route Changes Proposed

Open houses this week scheduled to get feedback on changes.

'Mini-Spike' in AZ Gas Prices After Hurricane Harvey Expected to Pass Quickly

An industry analyst says a significant rise isn't expected, and prices should return to normal by the end of the month.

Dry, Hot August Follows Record-Setting July Rain

Weather Service meteorologist says storms become less frequent in September, unless a large Pacific storm hits.

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