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George Cunningham, executive director of the Grand Canyon Institute, discusses how Govenor Jan Brewer's moratorium on new government regulations has harmed business in the state.

Brewer's Pause on New Regs Has No Economic Effect, Study Says

Grand Canyon Institute report shows intended job creation, economic growth did not occur.

Ken Drozd, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service, discusses what to expect this summer and how the heat and moisture compare to previous years.

Summer Weather Has Equal Chance of Normal, Wet, Dry

Using El Nino as a measurement to help predict, the National Weather Service says conditions are unclear at this point.

6 CPS Senior Employees Fired Over Un-Investigated Cases

They were part of staff who orchestrated a plan that led to more than 6,500 abuse, neglect reports to close without investigation.

Robert F. Kennedy and Ruben Salazar.

Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle

Examine the life and mysterious death of pioneering Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

This Friday, the Loft Theater will screen Particle Fever, a film about the biggest and most expensive science experiment in history, one that is part hard science and part philosophy.

Participants of 'Biggest, Most Expensive' Science Experiment Visit Tucson

The Large Hadron Collider's start-up, launch are center of film to be screened at The Loft; scientists discuss its connection to the UA.

We learn about the OSIRIS-REx project with Dante S. Lauretta OSIRIS-REx Principal Investigator and Professor at the UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory.

Space Scientists Discover Asteroids with Rings

The discovery was a surprise and has launched a new line of theories to explain how rings can form around a small object in space.

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PHX Mayor: City Bidding to Host Democratic Convention 2016

Democratic Natl. Comm. released list of 15 cities considered for event, Phoenix is one of them; Mayor Greg Stanton says hosting would boost local businesses.

A local school's academic decathlon team is heading to the national finals this weekend. Pictured is Caleb Yetman, one of Canyon del Oro High School's academic decathlete.

CDO's Academic Decathlon Team Heads to Natl Finals

Canyon del Oro High School attending event for fifth time in nine years; theme is WWI and competitors will be questioned on knowledge.

Ranchers Won't be Able to Kill Wolves in Self Defense

Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed legislation that would have allowed live-stock owners shoot Mexican gray wolves if attacking people, cattle, etc.

Commerce Secretary Visiting ASU to Explore Entrepreneurial Opps

Penny Pritzker will tour SkySong, which was built to be a global business community to help region in tech, innovation, education.

PHX, Tucson to Collaborate in Drinking Water Conservation

Phoenix Council OK 3 measures aimed at better securing resources, including partnership with Tucson water providers that would allow for storage of CAP water between the regions.

Brewer Vetoes AHCCCS Work-Rule, Time-Limit Legislation

Bill was sponsored by House Speaker Andy Tobin; would have forced recipients to get a job, limit some to a max of 5 years of insurance.

Rincon Market to Reopen in May

Store had to be rebuilt after a devastating fire in 2013; owner says target opening date some time in mid May.

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2 Tucson Schools Make Natl Top 10

Basis Tucson, University High School listed in top 10 best public schools in the U.S.; Basis ranked 5th, UHS 7th.

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The Diane Rehm Show: Michigan Affirmitive Action Ban

Diane and her guests discuss the fact the Supreme Court upheld Michigan's arrimative action ban. Weekdays 9-11 a.m. on NPR 89.1 FM/1550 AM.

We sit down with Stuart Hammeroff, the director of the Center for Consciousness Studies.

Interdisciplinary Consciousness Conference Celebrates 20 Years

Toward a Science of Consciousness hosts around 800 scientists, philosophers, experimentalists, artists and students from different backgrounds and perspectives; taking place in Tucson thru April 26.

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