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Latest on the Polls

The Friday Roundtable updates the latest polling on the major races in Arizona including Congressional District 8 and the governor's race.

The Chamber's Top Man

Jack Camper, head of the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce talks about charter changes, tax increases and Rosemont Mine.

UA's Greg Byrne: Man on the Go!

In the 4 months on the job as the new University of Arizona Athletic Director Greg Byrne seems to on the go 24/7 as he oversees UA Athletics.

Core Tax Proposal

Cuts to City Services on the Horizon in Tucson

TUSD Candidates

Come November voters will decide how to fill two seats on the TUSD governing board.

September 11th Commemorative Concert

Multi-Faith Alliance to gather in Tucson on 9/11

Latest Numbers on the Race for Arizona Governor

Friday Roundtable panel focuses on the race for Arizona governor and the latest polling numbers showing Governor Brewer with a comfortable lead over Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard.

The Challenging School Year Ahead for Tucson Unified School District

Judy Burns, president of the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board talks about the challenges facing the state's 2nd largest school district.

Fall semester begins at the UA

Three campus presidents discuss future plans

SB 1070 Legal Challenge Update

Dennis Burke, U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona provides an update on the legal challenge to SB-1070 that his office is working on.

Arizona Governor Debate Offers Partisan Fireworks

Four candidates argue ideas and more in a televised forum.

The Battle to Conserve Mission San Xavier del Bac

Restoration of Mission San Xavier del Bac's deteriorated east bell tower is on hold because funding has dried up.

Electric Cars Rolling Out

Supporters of electric vehicles are excited about the short-term and long-term future

Local 1070 Challenge Tossed

A Tucson police officer is no longer part of the legal fight against Arizona’s new immigration law.

UA Part of Grant to Prevent Telecommunications Breakdown

Computer scientists at the University of Arizona are sharing a $454,000 grant to identify weaknesses in computer networks and secure them in the case of a national emergency, such as an electromagnetic pulse.

Cancer Treatment: One Day

The life of a cancer patient receiving chemotherapy is measured in cycles and courses - the rhythms of the treatment.

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