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A woman calls potential employers from a phone bank at Pima County's Sullivan Jackson Employment Center

METRO WEEK: Tucson Job Center Gets National Attention

One formerly homeless veteran got education, job with help from employment program.

Preliminary design of tower facade

Sundt of Tucson Will Rebuild Banner-UAMC Hospital

Firm will partner with with DPR Construction on what will be the two companies' seventh joint venture

Frank Kalbaugh's 1957 Ford Country Squire woody station wagon.

Old, Eccentric, Classic– Street Rod Has Broad Definition

Rodders Days brings car lovers together

Hundreds Expected at 'Body Love' Conference in Tucson

Second annual gathering aims to get participants to change the world - by loving their bodies

Tucson Unified School District students.

Ducey: Take $1.8B From State Land Trust for Education

Amid ongoing criticism of budget cuts, governor wants voters to OK spending over 5 years.

ACLU Challenges Arizona's Latest Abortion Limit

Says doctors will be required to provide inaccurate information to patients if law enacted in July.

Patti Caldwell, executive director of the non-profit organization, Our Family Services, discusses their annual poinsettia sale to help support its mission.

Arizona Nonprofits Bouncing Back from Recession

Giving level back to pre-recession level of nearly $3 billion statewide, anlysis reveals.

Old Main on the University of Arizona campus

UA Layoffs Coming Because of $28.3M in State Funding Cuts

'Reality is we will have staff reductions,' campus finance officer says; details coming in August.

Senate Opens Defense Budget Debate, Including A-10

One year's funding of plane at Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson coming up for vote.

Mexican Elections Sunday, With Implications for US

Unmotivated public, corruption allegations and violence on voters' minds for midterms.

Protesters outside U.S. Sen. John McCain's office in downtown Tucson.

Dozens Protest McCain's Borderlands Bill

Legislation would "cut red tape" for Border Patrol agents on federal land, McCain said.

Flags for the Flagless is fixing flagpoles and donating United States flags to schools, businesses and other groups.

Raising the Flag Again

Police officers hope to see more United States flags throughout Arizona and the country.

Economist: Tucson Growth Will Outpace National by 2017

Government spending and population growth will spur economy, UA analyst says.

Oro Valley Town Council members facing recall, from left: Mayor Satish Hiremath, Councilman Lou Waters, Councilwoman Mary Snider, Councilman Joe Hornat.

3 Oro Valley Council Members Face Recall; Mayor Targeted

Hornat, Snider, Waters can stand for election in November; petitions still circulating against Hiremath.

CAP officials say up to 160 million gallons of water poured through a rupture in a CAP canal before engineers were able shut off the flow from the Colorado River.

Arizona Water Chief: California Should Share Drought Burden

During shortage, Arizona absorbs majority of cuts of Colorado River allocations.

Want to Cut Food Waste? Change How You Shop

New research shows more frequent trips to grocery store can keep food fresh, save money.

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