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Popular 'Seed Library' Expands to 8th Location

Program focuses on coaching people on gardening, food preservation.

New AZ Regulations Better Define Midwives' Scope Of Practice

State's department of health released changes this summer; Tucson midwife discusses how these affect her work.

Tucson Primary Election Tuesday, But Nothing to Decide

Candidates in Wards 3, 5, 6 unopposed in primary; contests in 2 races for November general election.

Court Strikes Down AZ Law Denying Abortion Funding

Law disqualified women's health providers such as Planned Parenthood from receiving public money.

NPR: DREAMers, Others Help Shift View of Undocumented Migration

However, the 'DREAM 9' sparked criticism from allies, opponents for self-deporting to then re-enter US.

AZ, KS Officials Sue Elections Assistance Commission

Lawsuit would force agency to modify federal voter registration forms to require documents proving US citizenship.

Epilepsy Rates in Hispanics Lower Along the AZ-Sonora Border

Recent study shows more Caucasians suffer from neurological disorder; results differ in non-border cities.

Korean Students Study U.S. Support For Children of Incarcerated Parents

Four undergradutes travel 7,000 miles to visit Pima Prevention Partnership and other U.S. groups.

US Education Secretary Touring West, Including AZ

Stops in Tucson, Phoenix area, Yuma next month as part of focus on pre-school, college affordability, immigration.

AZ Income-Tax Overhaul Target of Study

Task force will begin meeting Wednesday to consider policy changes leading to legislation for simplification in 2014.

AZ Week: Changing Tactics to Grow Tucson's Economy

Filling 'talent gap' will retain and attract businesses more than incentives, tax breaks, location, other factors.

NPR: Water Flows Will Be Reduced on Colorado River

Water shortages in AZ, other lower basin states could begin as early as 2016, Bureau of Reclamation says.

AZ Jobless Rate Stays at 8.0%; July Job Loss: 15,100

Government, education, tourism industry shed workers, but year-over job gains remain strong.

Members of 'DREAM9' Speak About Time in Detention, Asylum

After release they asked for humanitarian parole, say despite hardships detention was worth it.

Tucson, Phoenix Can Keep Existing Election Cycles, Judge Rules

Decision called victory for charter cities' authority; legislation mandated conformity to state elections cycle.

Arizona Universities Praised for Green Efforts

State schools receive high ranks in recent list of environmentally friendly colleges; UA highest of the three.

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