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Northwest Farmer Raises Heritage Turkeys

Hobby farmer Marcia Lincoln is involved in every aspect of birds' life; sells turkey meat, eggs.

Desert Bighorn Sheep Return to Santa Catalinas

31 animals gathered from Yuma are released into Pusch Ridge wilderness Monday; 60 more coming.

Book Club Raises Mental Health Awareness, Builds Community

Two volunteers work to create a forum for learning about mental illness that welcomes a growing group of interested readers.

AZ Week: Problems, Debate Over Affordable Care Act

Four voices discuss political, economic, societal effects in the country, amid one controversy after the other.

AZ Illustrated Politics: Friday, November 15, 2013

Republicans say no immigration reform in 2013; Tucson City Council's new policy on SB 1070; McCain's role in pushing bill prohibiting employment discrimination on LGBT.

New Study Shows Trade Relationships in North America

In honor of the 20th anniversary of NAFTA, Brookings' Institution released examination of international trade between region's 100 major metro areas.

Tucsonan Struggles to Find a Kidney, Turns to Facebook

Don Do, a 23-year-old former UA student, created an event page to reach out to people, hoping to find a donor.

Artists Working on New Mural to Adorn Old Pueblo

Six artists, all with different styles, have come together to create a piece that will represent Tucson, unite the community.

Monthly Employment Workshops Aim to Empower Women

YWCA of Tucson provide seek to help unemployed, underemployed women through a 4-day training program.

Tucson Council OKs SB 1070 Enforcement Changes

Unanimous vote directs police ' to protect overall safety of all members of community' rather than immigration status.

33,000 Arizonans Applied So Far for Fed Health Exchange

US Dep. of Health says between Oct. 1, Nov. 2 about 17,000 people applied for plan, also sought coverage for families, totaling to 33,000 residents.

Local Experts Discuss Sun Corridor's Economic Growth

Southern Arizona organizations hope to capitalize on quality of life in region by transforming it into a global economic powerhouse.

Sunnyside Begins Budget Cut Process After Override Fails

Two schools could be closing, dozens of jobs cut; district voters rejected budget increase proposal on Election Day.

Study: Immigration Enforcement Doesn't Drive Self-Deportation

However, some models of federal, local cooperation on immigration control did drive foreign-born to move to other parts of U.S., authors found.

Judge to Hear Arguments for Medicaid Expansion Blockage

Lawsuit seeks to block Gov. Brewer's plan to expand health care program; suit filed on behalf of 36 GOP AZ lawmakers.

AZ Week: Barber Standing Strong With Vet Affairs

'It is a real disgrace that we should have any veteran homeless,' Arizona Democrat says.

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