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PCC Probation Evaluation Visit Scheduled for Sept

A team is scheduled to visit the college as part of efforts to reaffirm its accreditations after being out on probation last year.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

S. AZ Ports of Entry Getting 170 Additional CBP Officers

About a month ago, U.S. Rep. Ron Barber, seven of his bipartisan congressional delegation colleagues requested more agents to staff Arizona's ports along border with Mexico.

Tucson to Replace Tall Trees Near Power Lines

City, TEP altering policy regarding how to handle trees growing near posts; they'll be cutting down taller ones, plating two shorter ones.

Proposed Passenger Rail Line Seeking Comment in Tucson

ADOT announces a handful of in-person opportunities for public to share thoughts on possible new train system to PHX.

AZ Supreme Court Explains Higher Campaign Contribution Limits

Justices on Arizona's highest court ruled in December 2013 that an increase in campaign contributions is allowable under a 1998 law.

9th Circuit Temporarily Grants Block of New AZ Abortion Rules

A federal judge had refused to OK Arizona Planned Parenthood's request; abortion regulations had gone into effect Tues.

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PHX Out from Possibilities to Host Next GOP Natl Convention

Gov. Jan Brewer says she is disappointed and that Arizona would have been a great place for event.

Larry Aldrich and Emily Coyle, member of the Employers Health Alliance of Arizona talk about work they are doing to encourage physical activity in the workplace.

Health Organization Trying to get Employees in Motion

More physical activity leads to better health, and could reduce employer health care costs

AZ Officials Predict Busy Fire Season

Gov. Jan Brewer scheduled to speak Weds. about outlook in conjunction with Arizona Wildfire Prevention Week that runs through Fri.

This port of entry is one of the locations that Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild proposed receive additional manpower and resources.

CBP Hiring Thousands of New Officers for Ports of Entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announces Tues. the allocation of 2,000 additional officers in 18 states, including Arizona.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

TPD Looks Into Abuse Allegations Amid Weekend Confrontations

Review was launched in part due to video of Tucson police officer allegedly shoving a young woman to the ground Saturday night.

ASU Center Aims for Modern Governance Models

New Policy Informatics center plans to study how governments can adapt using technology.

Young girl riding a bicycle

Children’s Bike Club Promises Health, Community Benefits

Tucson Boys & Girls Club’s new bike club brings children outdoors; researchers say outdoor play boosts physical, mental health.

Senate Passes Latest Version of Budget, Veto Threats Arise

Officials with Gov. Jan Brewer’s office say unless the House and Senate make changes, a veto of the new spending plan is likely.

We learn how to fit someone to a bicycle and why it matters with Kurt Rosenquist of Fitworks Cycling Support.

Having a Bike That Fits Its Owner Important, Expert Says

According to Kurt Rosenquist of Fitworks Cycling Support a bike that properly fits the rider allows to minimize injury, among other benefits.

We talk to Dustin Huynh and Sabrina Ball, members of the UA American Society of Mechanical Engineers, to discuss human power vehicles.

UA Students Participating in Human Powered Vehicle Contest

Engineering students will compete against other universities at the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge.

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