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Congressional District 8 Debate Round 2

The second meeting of the candidates in less than a week offers voters another chance to make their decision.

Medical Center for Children Celebrates New Chapter

Children's Clinics for Rehabilitative Services unveils major renovation project at its facility near University Medical Center.

The Postal History Foundation

Visit a place in Tucson that's celebrating fifty years of history, community, and teaching children about stamp collecting.

How to Get Kids Interested in Science?

David Levy, Ph.D. says now is the time to get kids interested in the night sky.

Decision Nears on Convention Center Hotel?

Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup says a final vote on the proposed downtown Tucson Convention Center hotel could come at the Tucson City Council meeting on October 26.

Tucson Neon Signs Historic Preservation Dilemma

Citizens work to keep the city's iconic signs shining

Malaria

Major breakthrough in the fight against malaria by genetically altering the mosquito that carries the disease

Newsmaker Interview: Kate Kenski

A look at voting trends as Election Day nears.

U.S. Senate Showdown

Three of the four Arizona candidates for U.S. Senate square off in a wide-ranging conversation.

Lab On a Chip

Researchers are developing a “lab on a chip” where pathogens can be identified in minutes rather than days.

Medical Marijuana Debate

Arizona voters will get another chance to decide on whether marijuana should be legalized for medical use.

U-S - China Currency War?

China Expert Dr. David Finkelstein, Vice President and Director of China Studies at the Center for Naval Analyses talks about rising tensions between China and the United States over currency.

Friday Roundtable

Linda Valdez of the Arizona Republic and Jim Nintzel of the Tucson Weekly talk about the latest polling in the race for governor and Congressional District 8.

Tucson Charter Change Debate

Jeff Rogers, Chair of the Pima County Democratic Party speaks in favor of Proposition 401 while former AZ state Legislator Tom Prezelski voices the opposition.

Old Movies in Tucson

Up until the time Hollywood discovered Tucson the economy was limited to the three C's of copper cattle and cotton. The moving pictures changed the local scene in a profound way.

Bellagio-style Fountains for Downtown Tucson?

Local real estate agent is inspired by Las Vegas attraction and hopes for similar project in Tucson.

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