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Full Interview With Phoenix City Councilman Nowakowski

Latinos have been empowered by numbers and adversity, he says

Episode 64: Latinos on Rise in Arizona

Population growth drives them politically, economically, socially

AZ Week: Latinos on Rise in State

Political, economic, social power growing with population gains

Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

Tucson, Pima County Considering Fixes For Ailing Roads

Elected officials seek new funding sources for road repair

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TUSD Buys New Buses To Replace Gas Guzzlers

The smaller vehicles will save money in fuel and repairs, officials say

State Sen. Paula Aboud Quits Congressional Race

State Sen. Paula Aboud is out of the Democratic primary for CD 2

The 32" Schulman Telescope on Mt. Lemmon manages nightly viewing programs less than 20 miles from Tucson.

Astronomers Cheer Veto Of Billboard Bill

Now all sides talking about future compromise to balance darkness and advertising

Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?

A conversation with filmmaker Frances Causey about a new documentary that examines America's financial woes and the dwindling size of the middle class.

Teachers' Voices with Sandy Jordan and Jill Rosenzweig

A closer look at Treasures4Teachers, a local resource that provides teachers with the classroom supplies they need, but which are no longer part of most school's budgets.

Producer Luis Carrion explores of the concept of consciousness and what makes us human.

Arizona Illustrated: Thursday, March 29, 2012

Consciousness, what is it? Walk for mental health, History Moment and more

Alan Toppel (left) organizer of Tucson's Welcome Home Veterans Parade, and Abel Moreno (right) executive director and co-founder of  Vets4Vets talk about the upcoming Veteran's Parade.

Tucson Parade Will Honor Iraq, Afghan Vets

Saturday morning celebration downtown; organizer says bring U.S. flags to wave

Tucson Chavez March Moved After Limits Imposed

Organizers claim TUSD censorship; district says nothing was 'designed to censor'

State Senate OKs U.S. Constitutional Challenge

Feds must prove constitutionality of programs before state will spend money

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Hospital Assn Drops Suit Over Care Reimbursement

Will seek other ways than AHCCCS for state to cover health care for poor people

University of Arizona philosophy department head Christopher Maloney

Are We Conscious of Consciousness?

Philosophy professor can't explain it, so attend conference

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