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Roadwork to Cause Delays This Week

Workers will remove burned trees near Nogales

Collecting Light: A Video Preview

Listen to week-long series at 8:30 a.m. Monday-Friday, NPR 89.1

Border Enforcement Advocates Seek Cash

Donations will help fight 'soft' federal immigration legislation, they say

New Sentencing Date Set for Gun Smugglers

Two men admitted roles in 'Operation Fast and Furious'

Rio Nuevo Files Claim Against Tucson

Precursor to lawsuit, covering dispute over repairs at convention center

185,000 Receive Early CD8 Ballots

Past district elections won with early voting, including Kelly's primary win

Eyes On The Sky: A List of Arizona Observatories and Telescopes

Several dozen research telescopes scan the skies from mountaintop facilities

Learn More: Links To Arizona Astronomy

Visit websites for observatories, telescopes, programs and organizations

Since the Occupy Tucson Movement had been ousted from Downtown Tucson last December, group organizers say their objectives are being realized in spite of their absence. Here is an update on Occupy Tucson.

Occupy Tucson Lawsuit Against City is Dismissed

Judge says no-camping restriction existed previously

Way Out West

Meet musician Tom Poley of the western swing band Way Out West, and learn how they add a modern touch to the music of the frontier on their new CD "Saddle Sore Blues"

An Astronomy Lexicon

Weave your way through the tangle of Arizona astronomy acronyms with this glossary

we speak with Jim Nintzel - Host, AZPM's "Friday Roundtable"

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable, Friday, May 18, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of local, state, national politics

Full Interview With Coronado National Forest's Schewel

Wildfire season will be worse than average with many, big fires, she says

Episode 71: Big Wildfire Season Predicted

'We're flammable now,' forest official says of extremely dry conditions

AZ Week: Big Wildfire Year Predicted

Ongoing drought means 'we’re flammable now,' official says

Tombstone Turns to Congress to Solve Water Permitting Problem

City fails in court attempt to get permit to repair flood-damaged water lines, turns to Washington for help

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