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Nonprofit Offers Training in First Aid, Violence Response

A local nonprofit wants to ensure the community is ready for emergencies.

Diocese of Tucson Introduces New Bishop

Edward Joseph Weisenburger comes to Tucson after serving as Bishop of Salina, Kansas.

Food Fiesta Showcases Treats from the Sonoran Desert

Event includes harvesting and cooking demonstrations, mesquite pod milling.

SCOTUS to Hear Arguments on Bond Hearings for Undocumented Immigrants

Case to decide if noncitizens have same due process right to bond hearing as citizens.

US House Passes Bill to Lift 'Red Tape' on Tucson's Udall Park

A bureaucratic mistake has limited city control of the park for almost three decades.

Cross-Border Nonprofit Designs Custom Wheelchairs for Children

ARSOBO celebrates it's 8th year. The nonprofit has made hundreds of chairs for Mexican children.

Rescuers Return to U.S. After Earthquake in Mexico

The death toll from the Sept. 19 quake has risen to more than 360.

Young Tucsonans Headed to National Bike Summit in DC

They'll meet other activists and young people focusing on cycling as a primary form of transportation.

Giffords, Kelly Call for Action on Gun Control Following Vegas Shooting

Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and husband Mark Kelly say it is time for Congress to act.

One Hormone May Be The Answer To Your Dog's 'Leash Aggression'

A study found a relationship between higher levels of the hormone vasopressin and canine aggression.

Supporters of TUSD Mexican American Studies See New Hope in Ruling

Advocates want to see the reimplementation of the core concepts of the banned program.

Immigration Lawyer: Get DACA Renewal Applications In Early

Recipients are encouraged to have their application in the mail no later than Monday, Oct. 2.

Carcinogens Decreasing in Water at Tucson Superfund Site

Time and new methods are cleaning up groundwater, scientists said.

Reduced Refugee Cap May Mean Fewer Come To Arizona

Security and safety cited as driving forces of reducing next year's cap.

Episode 335: Health Care in Arizona, As Another Attempt to Repeal Stalls

Stakeholders in Arizona monitor and analyze the ups and downs of the ongoing health care debate.

Episode 157: A Gift Gives Biosphere 2 Another Decade

Also, zooming out on the tourism industry, and the opening of a new hotel downtown.

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