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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.

Three Candidates Vie for Two Seats in AZ District 29

House of Representatives Democratic Reps. Matt Heinz, M.D. and Daniel Patterson face Republican Pat Kilburn in this heavily Democratic district.

Super Rec-area Planned

Pima County Supervisors Chairman Ramon Valadez says the board has given the green light to move forward with plans for a massive recreation complex on Tucson's northwest side.

Proposition 302

In an effort to bridge the budget gap the state legislature has placed an initiative on the November ballot, one that would divert money voters approved to fund early childhood education.

TPD Sergeant Maria Hawke

More than 100,000 crimes are committed in Tucson every year.

Proposition 400

The City of Tucson is asking voters next month to hike the two-cent city sales tax , known as the Business Privilege Tax, by a half-cent to help fund core services.

Battle for Top Education Job

The race for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction: Republican State Senator John Huppenthal faces former teacher and union activist Penny Kotterman in the race to head up the Arizona Department of Education.

Admiral Michael Mullen Comes to Tucson

Watch the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Town Hall

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