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Warehouse Full of Free Books Distributed to Tucson Kids

More than 100 local schools and nonprofits start handing out free books

Toot Your Own Horn? TUSD Wants You to Donate It Instead

District looking for horns, clarinets, drums of all shapes, sizes and conditions.

Border Patrol and Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office vehicles blockade the entrance to a dirt road near Peck Canyon Drive and Circulo Jalapa where U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry was shot, early Wednesday morning.  Terry, a BORTAC (Border Patrol Tactical Unit) agent, later died from his gunshot wounds.

Two Sentenced to Life in Prison for Border Patrol Agent Killing

2010 death of Agent Brian Terry disclosed botched 'Fast and Furious' gun tracking operation.

Sierrita Mine South of Tucson to Close; 450 Being Laid Off

Freeport-McMoRan cites copper price decline, says maintenance crew of 250 remains.

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Initiative Proposed to Change Tucson Elections to Ward Only

Amid legal challenge to city election system, one group wants voters to change it.

Donated tampons and sanitary pads.

'Project Period' Seeks Sanitary Pads, Tampons for Poor Women

YWCA CEO says ending stigma starts with frank conversation about women's needs.

Business Report: Rough Times for Arizona Copper Mining

Low prices, layoffs, mandated upgrades, union negotiations are among issues.

Tucson City Hall

New Tucson City Council Term Begins With Budget Cuts

City manager institutes hiring freeze; mayor backs him, calls for additional revenue sources.

Republican Tucson City Council candidates Bill Hunt, left, Margaret Burkholder, center, and Kelly Lawton, right.

Republicans' Challenge to Tucson Election Dismissed

Judge says it was filed too late and that city relied on election law in place at the time.

UA Students for Sustainability will show their support at the United Nations Climate Conference in Paris with a banner covered with handprints from the UA community.

UA Delegation in Paris Hopes for Global Climate Accord

Students, faculty hear world leaders trying to reach consensus.

Tucson Mayor, Council Members Swearing In Monday

Three council members and mayor begin new terms as city fights election lawsuit

METRO WEEK: Tucson Election System Unconstitutional

Analysis of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Decision

Arizona Spotlight for December 4, 2015

A tale from StoryCorps; Reid Anderson from the jazz trio The Bad Plus; Ray Campas from Hollywood Barber College; the Owl and Panther Project.

UA Research: Non-Food Prize May Help Cut Portion

'Happy meal' effect studied; adults, children chose smaller meals that included prizes.

The 'Block A' logo of the University of Arizona.

UA Re-establishes Chief Diversity Officer Position

Amid campus unrest over diversity, officials decide to bring back role in expansive manner.

Half-Million Books Coming to Tucson for Low-Income Kids

DC-based nonprofit sending reading materials; distribution planned next week.

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