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Navajo President: We Will Embrace Renewable Energy

Move will help transition from coal-fired generating station and find job sources.

Education Group: State Should Step Back, Let Teachers, Districts Decide

Education Association delegates headed to national meeting to advocate for local education independence, racial and social justice focus.

Supreme Court Ruling to Impact Refugee Resettlement in Southern Arizona

Refugees from six mostly Muslim countries must have tie to U.S. to get in.

Episode 321: U.S. Companies In Sonora Give Shape to Economic Ties

Exploring the connection throughout the Arizona-Sonora 'mega-region.'

How Might Your Coverage Change? TMC Event to Talk Health Care Legislation

Event will feature a panel of five experts talking about proposed health care legislation.

'Play Together, Love Together, Do Whatever You Can Together': Secrets to 80-year Marriage

Jim and Noni Saunders met on a blind date and married less than a year later.

Health Care Reforms Could Mean 400K Lose Insurance in Arizona

State-funded insurance losses would be greatest in rural places, possible result would be rural hospital closures.

Fire Restrictions on Federal Lands Tighten

Southeastern Arizona fires not allowed, even in developed campsites.

A Tucson Family Observes Ramadan

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A summer insect forecast from "The King of Sting", and Beth Surdut's close encounter with a highly specialized desert denizen.

Cicadas Soundtrack Arrival of Summer, Monsoon in Arizona

Region hosts more than four dozen species.

Incoming Storm Could End Heat Wave

A storm system heading for Tucson means temperatures could get back to normal.

The Art of Paying Attention: Zebra-Tailed Lizards

Author and wildlife illustrator Beth Surdut shares a surprisingly close encounter in midtown Tucson with one of the fastest sprinters in the desert.

Susan G. Komen Arizona to Close After 24 Years

The group breast cancer nonprofit cited declining funding as the cause.

Fire Burns Buildings in Sonoita, Prompts Evacuations

The Encino Fire has burned 1,300 acres and eight buildings, according to fire officials.

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