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    issues of the week Rountable Newsmaker Ray Borane former Douglas Mayor Governor Janet Napolitano A special edition of Arizona Illustrated Losing Health Benefits Some school employees dilemma Hometown News What s happening beyond Tucson previous first 517 518 519 520 next Selected Categories 8305 8313 of 8313 collection categories click any filter to remove it News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks People and Places Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting Suicide Science Solar sound fiction Sports Sprawl The Stairwell Sessions Streetcar Teachers Voices Technology Transportation Tucson University of Arizona UA Higher Education U S Veterans Water Weather Wildlife Reid Park Zoo Contact AZPM Connect About AZPM Support Compliance ARIZONA PUBLIC MEDIA MAIL P O Box 210067 Tucson AZ 85721 0067 PHONE 520 621 5828 TOLL FREE 800 521 5828 FAX 520 621 3360 EMAIL Contact Us Live Events AZPM

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    sent 409 pets to new homes last weekend still has plenty of dogs cats Thinking About Adopting a Pet Now s the Time Price is Right Pima Animal Care Center to offer free pet adoptions this weekend to reduce crowding Oro Valley Will be Home Base for UA Veterinary School Site has proximity to biosciences firms will be first public facility of its kind in state Yum Bug Tacos Mealworm Cookies at UA s Insect Fest The event in its fifth year will be on campus this Sunday starting at 11 a m Happy Birthday Nandi the Elephant is 1 Year Old Reid Park Zoo hosts party for youngest pachyderm she hesitates then rips into her gifts People Flock to Tucson Bird And Wildlife Festival Tucson Audubon Society holds 5th annual festival focusing on nature Wildfire Can Benefit Wildlife Bighorns Not in Danger Finger Rock Fire may return more sheep habitat to normal provide grass for forage Bighorn Sheep Dies in Fall in Catalina Mountains First death in seven months according to Arizona Game and Fish Department Monsoon Season Can Make Pets Stressed Pima Animal Care Center says loud thunder heavy rain can frighten animals Wanted Citizen Scientists to Track Bats All you need is a hummingbird feeder to help federal and state researchers previous 1 2 3 4 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 53 collection categories click any filter to remove it Animals News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American

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    and revenues increasing scrutiny Arizona Bill Would Limit Child Abuse Investigations House committee seeks to reduce backlog of Department of Child Safety cases Municipalities Would Get More Water Control Under Bill Legislation exempts cities towns from their counties authority to limit development College Scholarships Open to Young Immigrant Dreamers Hispanic Scholarship Fund has raised millions now offering scholarships to more Ranchers Oppose Grand Canyon Monument Proposal People are so frustrated and not being heard that they re going to any lengths Student Safety Worries Tohono O odham School Officials Superintendent says more aggressive drug traffickers pose threat to children Teamsters Food Service Workers Strike in Arizona Hundreds of union workers are picketing a food service company AZ WEEK Excellence in Classroom Amid Challenges Teachers experts and advocacy groups break down top education issues METRO WEEK How s Your Health Pima County County wide health analysis shows strengths weaknesses of health services Free Books and Story Times Celebrate Love of Reading Week Pima County Library hopes to spread love of reading to local Head Start programs Moving to a New Country Piece of Cake For Dímelo Stories Gwendoline recalls a childhood between Tucson and Mexico previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 5910 collection categories click any filter to remove it Arizona News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks People and Places Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting Suicide Science Solar sound fiction

    Original URL path: https://www.azpm.org/s/?c=news+arizona (2016-02-12)
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    Muslim Community Catholic bishop rabbi Muslim leader Similarities far outweigh differences A Faraway Desert Waila Music Solidifies Roots What does tradition mean to those attending the Waila Festival Stories from Roy Laos Transit Center Where Do You Come From and Where Are You Going Tucsonans make their way through their days lives and intersect at the transit hub on the south side Making Music From the Ground Up at the Saint Cecilia Studios A year after opening Tucson s newest recording studio brings new sounds downtown Wildfire Season Rages on at University Museum of Art Fires of Change exhibit explores fire as necessary and rejuvenating force After 30 Years Fate of Stolen UA Painting Remains a Mystery Willem de Kooning s Woman Ochre sliced out of its frame may be worth up to 160 million Graffiti Art at State Museum Shows Evolving Culture Native nations are not frozen in the past and youth create modern art to prove it Tucson Symphony Orchestra Near to Hiring Conductor Following 19 years with conductor George Hanson on the podium symphony searches for new director UA Celebrates Women in Pair of Events Wednesday Thursday UA students and faculty focus poetry prose dance and discussion on women s issues All Souls Tucson s Annual Celebration of Life and Death 2015 procession estimated to be the largest in event s 25 year history previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 462 collection categories click any filter to remove it Arts and Life News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration

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    pictures in July analysis under way in Flagstaff AZ WEEK Exploring Mars on Silver Screen in UA Research University of Arizona s connection to planetary science dates to dawn of Space Age Strongest Evidence Mars Has Water UA Scientist Others Say UA s HiRISE imaging equipment captured information leading to conclusion Rare Blood Super Moon Coming in Lunar Eclipse Many lunar coincidences contribute to what astronomers say will be stunning night sky Sunday Tucson Residents Focus on the Moon Celebrate Science Groups encourage residents to look up and be inspired What Happened To Mars Atmosphere Mystery Deepens Flagastaff scientist delves into it comes up with controvertible argument about red planet UA Astronomy Pioneer Kuiper s Work Still Relevant Today He advanced US space exploration in the 1960s including moon crash landing UA Built Cameras Ready for OSIRIS REx Spacecraft Three camera suite will aid in mission s goal of asteroid soil sample Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks This Week Best viewing after midnight Whipple Observatory Supplied Data for Planet Discovery First near earth size planet in habitable zone Amateur Astronomers Help Map Kuiper Belt Band of frozen objects includes the dwarf planet Pluto previous 1 2 3 4 5 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 74 collection categories click any filter to remove it Astronomy News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Arizona State University Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks People and Places Pima Community College Politics Raytheon Confronting Suicide Science Solar sound fiction Sports Sprawl The Stairwell Sessions

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    Million Years Claim of 70 million years disputed in new geological research at ASU ASU Researchers Challenge Smell Study Research claims human noses can detect a trillion different smells UA Layoffs Coming Because of 28 3M in State Funding Cuts Reality is we will have staff reductions campus finance officer says details coming in August ASU Launches Online Program for Freshmen Partners with leader in online education EdX Tuition for UA Freshmen Will Be 11 403 Up 4 1 Regents approve rates for state universities UA out of state freshmen will pay 32 630 Regents to Set University Tuition Rates Monday Cost of studies for in state freshmen could rise above 11 000 for the first time Cost of University in Arizona May Drop for Dreamers Arizona Board of Regents will consider a proposal to charge DACA recipients 150 of in state tuition currently they pay out of state rate Arizona Public University Tuition Hearing Tonight Event will also be live streamed on AZPM s website Latino College Success Key to Arizona Future Educator Thrive not just survive is theme at state universities Board of Regents president says ASU President Ducey Puts Low Priority on Higher Education Michael Crow sends e mail to students aulmni Regents president issues quick conciliatory message previous 1 2 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 24 collection categories click any filter to remove it Arizona State University News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona Week Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana Military Mining Monsoon Museums Music State National Parks Native American Opinion Parks People and Places

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    Will It Take to Be Secure Sheriffs Department of Public Safety officers discuss challenges and changes AZ WEEK Arizona Desert Wilderness Act at Milestone A look at what it means from the perspective of federal agencies non profit organizations AZ WEEK Higher Education Cuts Challenge Students How do funding decisions at the state level impact the cost of a college education AZ WEEK Honoring Arizona s Military Veterans McSally Making it easier for vets to get jobs interviews with Purple Heart recipients AZ WEEK More Education Funding It s Up to Voters Increasing the payout from the State Land Trust Fund requires constitutional change AZ Week One Step Closer to Education Funding Boost Gov Ducey signs 3 5 billion plan but money won t flow to schools yet AZ WEEK El Niño to Bring Colder Days Rain to Arizona Occasional weather pattern warms Pacific Ocean has global implications AZ WEEK Exploring Mars on Silver Screen in UA Research University of Arizona s connection to planetary science dates to dawn of Space Age AZ WEEK Which Plan Will Work to Boost Arizona Education A look at funding plans from state leaders and the practices of rural schools AZ WEEK Drug Addiction and Heroin Pandemic in Arizona More than 2 000 people are being treated for opiate addiction in Pima County alone previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 267 collection categories click any filter to remove it Arizona Week News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Books Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice System Kids Legislature LGBT Marijuana

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    One Woman Learned to Redefine Food Megan Kimble on her new book Unprocessed My city dwelling year of reclaiming real food Pima County Library to Expand Young Adult Digital Programs The library will add classes in science technology art and more with state grant Pima County Library Wants Public Input Library looks to the community to create a growth plan for 2016 No New Books at Pima Libraries Until Budget Resolution The library stopped the order of new materials in the face of pending budget cuts MacArthur Fellow Brackette F Williams Ethnic studies connects UA anthropology professor with genius grant AZ WEEK Tucson Festival of Books Grows Promotes Literacy Celebration of literature in its seventh year features nationally knownn authors including home grown Tucson Festival of Books Returns to University of Arizona Campus It is all about books it is about education it is all about making Tucson a better place Festival Executive Director says Author J A Jance Second Grade Teacher Inspired Her Mystery writer coming to Tucson Festival of Books had to overcome gender discrimination at UA Cook the Colors of the Rainbow with Author Jackie Alpers Sprinkles Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts is packed with ways to make desserts not just delicious but beautiful too Author Jean Kwok Shows Brooklyn Life Through Immigrant s Eyes Best selling author based writings on her own story previous 1 2 3 4 5 last next Selected Categories 1 16 of 80 collection categories click any filter to remove it Books News Available Category Filters click any filter to add it Animals Arizona Arts and Life Astronomy Arizona State University Arizona Week Business Cannabis Civil Rights Pima County Culture Davis Monthan Air Force Base Downtown Tucson Drugs Economy Education Environment Events Fire Food Government Health Medicine History Immigration Jobs Justice

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