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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

Money from Mexico Boosts Tucson Businesses

New study shows shoppers from neighboring Mexican states are vital to our economy

Eavesdropping on the Supreme Court

Listen to how Arizona defended itself in the nation's highest court

The Last Janos Southside Feast

Partnership between school and restaurateur teaches disabled students life skills

U.S. Fears Rise of Mexico's Old Party

Wikileaks dispatches show concern among U.S. officials over rise of the PRI

Mexican Visits to Arizona On the Rise Again

Shopping mall executives say visitors never really left

The Journey of Lewis and Clark

Paintings based on writings cast epic journey in new light

A Tale of Two Ladies

New book reveals the untold story of Woodrow Wilson's women

Downtown Development Takes Off

Public money stimulates a burst of private investment

Web Feature: To Walk in Two Worlds

A Navajo herbalist packs traditional healing into travel-sized tins

Friends in High Places

Two local volunteer organizations are committed to helping one of Southern Arizona's top attractions.

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