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Tech Firm Opening Tucson Branch

Not much local hiring expected as Involta builds $15M facility

Future of water in Tucson

Tucson Water Hosts Summer Program for Teachers

Local teachers can get up to $500 after completion of the two-week intensive course

Tucson's "Bone Yard" Cuts Jobs

Some workers at military aircraft storage yard take early retirement, as maintenance contracts end

Advocates Push for Latino Political Voice

Coalition of a dozen community groups encourage Latino voters to take part in political process


What NPR Says About CD8 Race

Democrats, Republicans agree, it shouldn't have to be

Tonto Forest Fire Exceeds 3,000 Acres

3 miles south of Superior; nearly 200 firefighters on the lines

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.

Fewer Candidates Seek Legislative Seats

Uncertainty about new district lines, increased competitiveness cited

Poll: Latinos Want DREAM Act With Citizenship

87% favor Democrat Durbin's version; 49% like GOP VP possibility Rubio's

Executive Director of Imagine Greater Tucson Beth Walkup discusses a recent survey the organization recently completed on how to make this community a better place to live.

Imagine Greater Tucson Drafts Development Plan

Survey of metro area residents shows people want compact growth model

Ron Shoopman, President of the Southern Arizona Leadership Council discusses an extension of the temporary sales tax on the November ballot.

Activists Fight to Extend Tax

With one-cent sales tax set to expire next year, some Arizonans petition to prolong it

Election Day: Find Out Where to Vote

Three candidates vying to serve for next seven months

AZ Illustrated: Monday, June 11, 2012

CD8 race wrapup, Flag Day festivities, Ray Bradbury's influence

Ray Bradbury's Tucson Chronicles

Pima College professor shows impact Old Pueblo had on him when he lived here as a boy

Ubiquitous desert dust devils dot our regions landscape for most of the year. Formed in favorable terrain, soil composition, and temperatures this segment takes an in-depth examination into these devils.

ADOT Launches Dust Storm Awareness Campaign

New efforts aim at educating drivers to avoid crashes

Book at Pima County Public Library

Pima County Library’s New Director Foresees Upgrades

Melinda Cervantes wants Internet upgrades throughout the system

People holding flags in last years Flag Day.

Flag Day Ritual Puts Focus on Patriotism

Annual Saddlebrooke ceremony to feature music, guest speakers

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