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Successful Crowdfunding Keeps 'Camp Cooper' Open

With $80,000 raised towards $100,000 goal, camp will continue tradition of environmental education.

UA To Collaborate With Air Force in Science Research

New partnership will also help students develop career opportunities

Tom O’Halleran.

Former State Lawmaker Enters Congressional Race

Tom O’Halleran switches party and declares his candidacy for Congressional District 1

Yarnell Residents Appeal Dismissal of Fire Lawsuits

They say state should have stopped 2013 fire that killed 19 firefighters, destroyed 127 homes.

NASA satellite image of the Wallow Fire in Arizona's White Mountains in 2011.

NASA Satellites Aiding Forest Service's Wildfire Management

Agreement between federal agencies provides improved data pinpointing even small blazes.

Ducey Seeks Medicaid Revamp to Lower State's Costs

Plan requires increased co-pays, savings from one-quarter of Medicaid recipients.

Mixed Reaction in Arizona to Obama's Clean Power Plan

Plan requires power plants to reduce emissions 32 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.

Restoration of San Xavier Mission Moves to East Tower

'White Dove Campaign' aims for $3 million for Arizona's oldest European-influenced structure.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

Bighorn Sheep Dies in Fall in Catalina Mountains

First death in seven months according to Arizona Game and Fish Department

Cochise County rancher John Ladd explains how people cut the fence to cross where his ranch abuts the border.

AZ WEEK: New Money Meant to Bolster Border Security

Friday's program looks at the impact on people and law enforcement in border counties.

Douglas' Only Hospital Closing Friday, Won't Reopen

'Closed for good,' says lawyer representing Cochise Regional Hospital's parent company.

Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer is executive director of the Institute for Civil Discourse.

METRO WEEK: Civil Discourse Programs Get Out Young Vote

Tucson-based national institute says its efforts are making measurable difference

Arizona Border Recon members Pete Lanteri and Tim Foley.

Armed Vets Camping Near Border to Stop Drugs

Participants say they took oath to protect country; Border Patrol calls effort dangerous.

Police Ticket Disproportionate Number of Blacks in Tucson

Hispanic, White drivers receive nearly eighty-percent of traffic tickets, a rate less than their population

Critics: Child Agency Shouldn't Focus on Law Enforcement

Number of abused, neglected children entering state care continues to increase.

Underwater Home Foreclosures Decline in Tucson

Drop is helping decrease institutional investors, normalize local market

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