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Winter Storm Brings Snowflakes, Plunging Mercury To Tucson

Tucsonans ring in the New Year with sub-freezing temps, while the high country rebounds from heavy snows

Al Melvin and Frank Antenori Talk Jobs

Republican state senators say job creation is critical for Arizona's economic recovery

Finding Freedom From Utility Bills

Some residents in Southern Arizona are living off the grid, harvesting their energy from nature

Break from Smoking

Smokers have many options to try to kick the habit.

Arizona Illustrated's Final Friday Roundtable

The Friday Roundtable on Arizona Illustrated comes to an end as local journalists discuss the year's top stories

Exploring the story behind the deaths of three Boy Scouts near Tucson in 1958

Tucson author Cathy Hufault recounts the tragedy that sparked the largest search for missing persons in Arizona history

Border Patrol Agent's Death Rekindles Immigration Issue

PBS NewsHour talks to Christopher Conover and Michel Marizco about the state of border security

Letter Carriers Mount Operation Santa

Volunteers answer children's wishes

Bringing School Spending Up to Speed

Arizona Education Network encourages taxpayers to donate to local schools

Majoring in Marijuana

Trade school in California offers an education in marijuana--and enrollment is growing

Suspect Search Continues

Manhunt still underway for suspect in Border Patrol agent's killing

Where Art, Archaeology and Geology Meet

Authors celebrate the pottery of Mata Ortiz

Growing Pains in Sahuarita

Mayor must deal with growth despite challenging times

New Year Brings New Concerns for Schools

Many schools in Arizona are facing a rising demand for services with a decrease in resources

UA President Revels in Commencement

Dr. Robert Shelton discusses the university's plans for expansion and his favorite time of the year: graduation

State Legislature Prepares for Opening Day

Recently re-elected rep Vic Williams discusses 2011 priorities

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