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Fast and Bright Asteroid to Near Earth Next Week

The Tucson-discovered space rock will be studied by astronomers all over the world for its properties.

Why New UA President Is Million Dollar Man

'To attract type of talent needed' to run what is a $2.5 billion operation, regents' president says.

Christian Climate Scientist: 'Facts Not Enough' in Dialogue

Texas climate expert will speak at UA this week, saying human values important in discussions.

Contract Approved for Next UA President: Robert C. Robbins

Robbins to start June 1, earn more than any previous UA president.

Students Seek Clarity for 'Red Tag' Ordinance on Parties

Neighbor says request would place too much burden on complaining residents.

Regents Set Tuition for Arizona's Three Public Universities

The cost of studying will rise 3.9 percent for new incoming in-state undergraduates.

Rothschild Opposes Redirecting Tax Revenue to Universities

Proposal would fund repairs on campus buildings, but the city's share in the revenue would drop.

Fewer Foreigners Applying to UA, Part of National Trend

Applications from foreign students to universities around the country have been down during Trump presidency.

Jupiter to Shine Its Brightest and Biggest

Largest planet making closest approach to Earth this year Friday.

Project Would Give Native Americans Voice in Films about Them

Educational films about tribes shown to school children in last century, absent tribal voices.

Episode 131: 'Cats are Out, But will Tucson Benefit from the Final Four?

UA was knocked out of NCAA tournament, but economic impact of 'mega-event' may reach Tucson.

Some UA Students Speak Against $100 Athletics Fee

Tuition hearing draws mixed reaction to overall 3.9% in-state undergrad increase.

UA-Led Mission Will Float Telescope on Balloon to Study the Milky Way

Balloon-borne telescope to study galaxy's gas and dust.

Does Explosive Beetle Have Most Interesting Genome?

UA researchers hope to win crowd-sourced genome sequencing of the Sonoran Desert beetle.

Episode 130: Feeding Tucson With Greenhouse Tomatoes, Greens, Herbs

Plus, hate crimes ordinance, reaction to Islamic Center vandalism, Jewish Center bomb threats.

Remembrance for Those Who Died in the Desert

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The American Friends Service Committee marks 100 years working for justice; Celebrating growth at the Mission Garden Project; and the US Poet Laureate Herrera visits a Tucson elementary school.

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