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Getting a Jump Start on Reading

Tucson pediatricians' program gives free books to youngsters

Gov. Brewer Encouraged by German Interest in AZ

Trade mission to show 'Arizona is open for business,' she says


AZ Road, Street Fixes a 'Challenge,' Advocate Says

State takeaways, soft economy leave transportation infrastructure to decay

Crown King Residents Back Home; Fire Slows

Other AZ blazes at or near full containment; danger remains high

Pot Farms Still A Problem On Public Lands

Numbers in AZ parks and forests declining, but remain dangerous issue


AZ Sues Over Mexico Waste Flowing Into U.S.

Untreated industrial wastewater coming through Nogales, say officials

View of Tucson, March 6, 2012

Heat Could Send More Coyotes to Tucson Backyards

Officials say predators may be drawn to water, food near homes

Filming in Bisbee Cemetery Upsets Officials

Council will look at amendment to city rights of way permits

Hospitals Spending More to Cover Uninsured Patients

Survey of hospitals shows increase in "charity care"

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

AZ Medicaid Copays Challenged by Advocacy Groups

Groups say low-income and childless adults face higher bills

Congressional District 8 candidates discuss policy issues during a debate sponsored by the Arizona Daily Star. From left: Democrat Ron Barber, Republican Jesse Kelly, Green Charlie Manolakis.

Voters Continue to Return CD8 Ballots at Record Pace

Latest numbers from Pima County Recorder show high return rate for early ballots

US-Mexico border

AZ Border Militia Bill Defeat Motivates Supporters

Militia member says they will 'do things their own way' now

Philane, who staffs the reptile park oversaw by Thea and Clifton Litschka-Koen, educates and entertains local communities about the mamba.

Nature: Black Mamba

In tiny Swaziland in southern Africa, herpetologists try to change the public perception of one of Africa’s most dangerous and feared snakes. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Cool Weather Slows AZ Wildfires

Crown King residents return home; fire stays at 16,240 acres

Web Extra: Steward Observatory's 90-Year History

An archive of images from 1920-2012 of the iconic dome on University of Arizona campus

Web Extra: Not Irrigation Equipment, But An Incredibly Powerful Telescope

More on the Navy Optical Interferometer, used to measure star positions for GPS and time-keeping

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