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AG Candidate David Lujan

Democrat David Lujan says he would make economic security and public safety his top priority.


Contests heat up as the primary election approaches and candidates try to sway last-minute deciders.

City Challenges

Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik of Ward 6 says city faces major challenges concerning the budget and a proposed downtown Tucson hotel.

Time to Revive Arizona's Film Industry

Two Tucson-based filmmakers spearhead plan to revitalize the Tucson-area's once mighty film industry.

Special Legislative Session – Day 2

Ballot measure to make workplace unionizing more difficult passes on voice vote, final vote and adjournment set for Wednesday.

The Grand Canyon and the Colorado River

Big changes in the river corridor over the last 150 years

New Sun Tran Labor Contract Maintains City Funded Health Insurance

New offer hinged on job security assurances, but freezes wages and maintains city-funded health insurance.

New Book By J.A. Jance

J.A. Jance, who has been hailed as "the undisputed mistress of the mystery novel" is out with her latest book titled "Queen of the Night."

Tucson's 235th Birthday

A number of events are being held this month, as part of the anniversary of the founding of Tucson, on August 20, 1775, when Hugo O'Connor established the new presidio.

Republican Candidates for AZ Treasurer Square-Off

Three of the four candidates for Arizona State Treasurer sit down together to discuss the top issues in the campaign.

Craving Cooler Climes

Many seek homes on Mount Lemmon to get away from summer's scorching heat, but buying there can be expensive.

Republican AG Candidates Face-Off

Former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas and Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Horne want to be Arizona's next Attorney General.

Democratic U-S Senate Showdown

John Dougherty, Cathy Eden, Rodney Glassman and Randy Parraz, the four Democrats running for the U-S Senate sound off on a wide variety of issues.

Tucson's Reid Park Zoo to Get Bigger

"Expedition Tanzania" will increase the number of elephants at the zoo and involve them in an entirely new education component.

Arizona Mentally Ill Losing Services

On July 1st the state cut funding support for 12,000 mental health patients who do not qualify for the state's Medicaid program.

Teachers' Voices with Ann K. Boice and Fred Boice Jr.

Retired educator Ann Boice recollects about her days as a teacher at a ranch school in Arivaca, Arizona in the early 1950s.

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