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New Exhibit Looks At Both Sides Of The Geronimo Story

Arizona History Museum opens new, permanent Geronimo exhibit to explore the history and myths surrounding the legendary Apache warrior.

Arizona's Immigration Blind Spots

Judith Gans of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy on the causes for illegal immigration, and the factors that U.S. immigration policy fails to recognize.

Transformative Education

HB 2281 and concern for future of Raza Studies in TUSD lends urgency to week-long conference.

MIM

New Museum Explores Music Around the World.

Grijalva vs. Goddard

Congressman’s call for boycott over SB1070 prompts letter from fellow Democrat and Gov. candidate.

Democratic Schools' Chief Candidates Face-Off

Democrats Penny Kotterman and Jason Williams are battling for an opportunity to move on to the November election.

Grijalva: Boycott Still On!

United States Representative Raul Grijalva says his call for a limited boycott to pressure the state to reconsider SB 1070 is still on.

Friday Roundtable

Tucson voters will decide Charter changes and sales tax increase plus one less GOP candidate in the CD 8 race.

Pinal population center, San Tan Valley considers incorporation.

Pinal county wears the label of the second fastest growing county in the country. At 80,000 residents, San Tan Valley has the largest population center.

Battle for Arizona Attorney General

Two of the Three Democratic candidates for Arizona Attorney General square off on the fight to move on to the November election.

Reporters Roundtable

More troops to the Arizona-Mexico border and the U-S Supreme Court will hear the AZ Employer Sanction Law challenge top the agenda for the weekly roundtable.

Mid-Year Economic Forecast

Two of Arizona's top economists give their assessment on the Arizona economy at the mid-year point of 2010.

Arizona Fireworks Laws Among Strictest in Nation

Most fireworks are off limits, and a new law allowing sparklers isn’t in effect yet.

High Levels of Ground-Level Ozone Return to Pima County

Now that summertime temperatures have ramped up and the sun is shining bright, ground-level ozone is again forming, sometimes in levels high enough for a pollution advisory for sensitive people.

D-M Change of Command

Life in the military involves moving every few years, usually that is not accompanied by the full ceremony that the military can muster, unless the move involves a change of command

Federal Stimulus Funding Passes $100M Mark at the University of Arizona

University of Arizona President Dr. Robert Shelton says funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for competitive reserach grants at the UA has surpassed the $100M mark.

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