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TUSD to Draw From Public Survey For New Focus

Almost 2,000 people answered the survey, most of them giving the district positive feedback

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AZ Still 2nd Worst for Foreclosure Activity

Improvement seen in first half of year, but 49,000 filings made

Endangered Frog Returns To Natural Habitat

Arizona wildlife officials re-introduce Chiricahua leopard frog to remote Galiuro Mountains

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Open Primary Will Face GOP Lawsuit

Challenge will claim it unconstitutionally addresses multiple issues

Following SB1070 Decision, Other States Act

Alabama, Georgia ask courts to lift bans based on Supreme Court ruling

Despite the tough economy, some people are taking chances on new businesses and women are a vital part of the entrepreneurs.

Online Sales Tax Push Coming from Retailers

They will urge governor, Legislature to impose tax on Internet transactions

TMC Expanding Surgery Center to New Tower

First multi-story building in hospital's history will include new surgical technology

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Foster parenting, Avra Valley water meetings, botanical gardens

We take a tour with the TBG Director of Horticulture, Michael Chamberland, and learn about how moisture-loving plants such as orchids and bromeliads are grown in our desert environment.

Tropical Plants Thrive In 'Cool' Greenhouse

Tucson Botanical Gardens showcases unique plants in controlled environment

Tucson Poised to Sue State on Elections

New law requires cities to move elections to even-numbered years

Hollywood at Home presents: The Hustler

A ruthless gambler stakes a small time pool hustler against legendary Minnesota Fats. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

New Start Program Offers Six Week Orientation to College Life

Incoming freshman at the University of Arizona get real experience before their first semester

David Andrés and arts educator is a Lumie Winner for 2012.

Lumie Award Spotlights Arts Educator

Longtime educator among 11 people and businesses honored with annual arts community award

Fernando Molina, the Public Information Officer for Tucson Water discusses upcoming public open houses to address the Avra Valley Habitat Conservation Plan.

Avra Valley Conservation Plan Up for Discussion

City hosting open houses to get public's take on proposed plan

Sam Dyer, Foster Care Program Director at Casa de los Niños, and Daniela Preciado, a former foster child and now a foster parent, speak about the need for foster parents.

Foster Care Crisis Cuts Family Ties

Foster family shortage sends children out of their communities, far from biological parents

Border Pollution a Worry for Residents

New port of entry at San Ysidro could back up traffic near school

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