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2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Mailbag (weekly)

        Can Walkup Make D-M, Raytheon Change Their Ways? Tom Danehy is great fun even when I don't like what he's saying; I didn't need his piece about Mayor Bob Walkup (May 19), though, when I'm seriously trying to persuade Walkup ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Lovely Day (weekly)

        A veteran music writer ponders the tunes most fitting for one's wedding
            by Gene Armstrong
            What ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Perform This Way (weekly)

        'Weird Al' prepares to release a new album—yes, including Lady Gaga parodies—shortly after his Tucson gig
            by ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Behind the Iron Curtain (weekly)

        An exhibit at the UA Joseph Gross Gallery tells the story of a young girl in a bleak Soviet metropolis
            by Margaret ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Talking It Over (weekly)

        Tucsonans prepare for John Huppenthal's ethnic-studies decision
            by Mari Herreras
            Arizona Superintendent ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Fucked Up: David Comes to Life (Matador) (weekly)

        by Sean Bottai
            If hardcore is the music of male aggression—which, let's be honest, it totally is—then Fucked ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Top Ten in Movies (weekly)

        Casa Video's top rentals for the week ending June 5, 2011
            1. Biutiful…
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2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Dance Without Limits (weekly)

        by Ariel Flowers
            Tucson's Arts for All and Georgia's Full Radius Dance are inviting the community to watch as ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Guest Commentary (weekly)

        Pima Community College's recent treatment of the press has been a disgrace
            by Debbie Hadley
            Being privy to the dark and twisted bureaucratic methods of communication at Pima Community College has its ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Prepping for the Big Day (weekly)

        What are the latest wedding trends? We asked a local planner for some advice
            by Linda Ray ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
A Living 'Blues Cat' (weekly)

        The legendary Buddy Guy refuses to even think about slowing down
            by Michael Petitti
            Near the end of ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Animal Warfare (weekly)

        'Wild Horses of the West' casts an objective eye on equine history
            by Jarret Keene
            The challenging nexus ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Media Watch (weekly)

        Metromix get local nix; Radioexiles continues growth - with one notable loss.
            by John Schuster
            METROMIX GETS LOCAL NIX Two years after the death of the Tucson Citizen, one might think that things are ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Editor's Note (weekly)

        On Our To-Do List
            by Jimmy Boegle
            Some bits and pieces this week: • I was shocked at the Monday, June 6, announcement that the entire Coronado National Forest—including Sabino Canyon—would be closed ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Tyler, the Creator, Goblin (XL) (weekly)

        by Michael Petitti
            This is an ugly album. From the opening, bleak beats of "Goblin" ("I'm fucked in the head / I ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Now Showing at Home (weekly)

        Papillon (Blu-ray); Passion Play (Blu-ray); The Company Men (Blu-ray)
            by Bob Grimm
            Papillon (Blu-ray ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
City Week (weekly)

        Remembering Ted DeGrazia; The Garlic and Onion Festival; The Dragonboat Festival; Live Music for a Good Reason. ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Soundbites (weekly)

        A new album from La Cerca; Several benefit shows; and much more!
            by Stephen Seigel
            MUCH DELAYEDâ ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Top Ten in Music (weekly)

        Zia Records' top sales for the week ending June 5, 2011
            1. Death Cab for Cutie…
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2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Top Ten in Books (weekly)

        Mostly Books' best-sellers for the week ending June 3, 2011
            1. Heaven Is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back…
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2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Weekly Wide Web (weekly)

        Name Game!; The week on The Range; Comment of the week; Best of WWW.
            by Dan Gibson
            Name Game! Now that ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Danehy (weekly)

        Remembering the music that we listened to in our younger days
            by Tom Danehy
            A couple ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Paul Simon, So Beautiful or So What (Hear) (weekly)

        by Eric Swedlund
            Paul Simon—69 and fearless—tackles spirituality, mortality and the endless, mysterious power ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Fresh but Flawed (weekly)

        Pasco Kitchen's cocktails are splendid, as is the local emphasis—but the devil is in the details
            by Jimmy Boegle ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
TQ&A (weekly)

        Paul Eckerstrom
            by Jim Nintzel
            Attorney Paul Eckerstrom is one of the organizers of Start Our State, which ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Correction (starnet-local)

"Oro Valley decides to keep Coyote Run transit service," Sunday
on Page B6, incorrectly stated the service area of Coyote Run. The
transit service travels mostly east of Interstate 10.

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Radar van locations (starnet-local)

The city's two police radar vans are scheduled to snap
photographs of speeders at these locations today:

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Deaths (starnet-local)

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations
are given if available.

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Road markers solar-powered for visibility (starnet-local)

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Tucson is 'Best Town Ever' finalist (starnet-local)

Profess your love for Tucson and help the Old Pueblo earn the
title of "Best Town Ever" in a new contest launched by Outside

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Wednesday, June 8

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
2 historic fire lookouts go up in flames (starnet-local)

Two historic, treasured ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Pima County closing trails, trailheads due to extreme fire danger (starnet-local)

Due to extreme fire danger and concern for public safety, Pima
County will close trails and trailheads that allow access to the
Coronado National Forest and Rincon District of Saguaro National
Park st

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Midtown brush fire keeping Tucson Fire busy (starnet-local)

A brush fire near Davis ... read more

2011-06-09 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jun 09 2011\
Is Tucson the "Best Town Ever"? (starnet-local)

Starting today you can profess your love for Tucson and help the
Old Pueblo earn the title of “Best Town Ever” in a new contest
launched by Outside magazine.

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Park(ing) Day: The Video (weekly)

Miss last weekend's Park(ing) Day downtown? Tucson Weekly intern A. Greene shot and edited this video tour of the annual festival that invites people to transform a parking space into their own micro-park.…
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2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
The Morning After: HoCo Fest Day One (weekly)

Last night Mexican Institute of Sound rocked out at Hotel Congress as part of the first night of HoCo Fest. For tonight's line up, click here.…
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2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
"Playing With Fire" an Exhibition of Flame-Worked Glass Art (weekly)

"Chili Peppers," by Kathleen Elliot, is in on display in Playing With Fire, opening today, Sept. 25, and continuing through Nov. 13 at Philabaum Glass Art, 711 S. Sixth Ave.
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2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
The scoop: KOLD reigns as king in local news, July Nielsens show (starnet-local)

July's Nielsen ratings established a general pecking order for
TV news stations: KOLD-Channel 13 is the leader, while KVOA-Channel
4 and KGUN-Channel 9 are slugging it out for the distant second

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Neighbors: For once-homeless chefs, helping is key ingredient (starnet-local)

When Jon Boyette and ... read more

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Get involved (starnet-local)

Browse hundreds of volunteer opportunities online at
www.volunteer, the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona's
website. For personalized assistance or more information on any of
the volunteer

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
They work to keep the welcome mat out (starnet-local)

Susan Scerbo and other ... read more

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Painting the 'A' red (starnet-local)

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Josh Brodesky: AZ could try harder to be No. 1 on poverty list (starnet-local)

Despite our best efforts, the Grand Canyon State pretty much
never makes it to No. 1 in the rankings.

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Neighborhood Briefs (starnet-local)

tanque verde

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Chinese-American teen knows 'how blessed I am' (starnet-local)

Harmony Zhang has never been excluded from a swim party because
of her appearance, and her dream of becoming a doctor is unlikely
to be hindered because she is Chinese-American.

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
PRINT EXCLUSIVE: Red-carpet celeb calls Gov. Brewer "lovely" (starnet-local)

On the red carpet recently, a Hollywood celebrity called Arizona
Gov. Jan Brewer "lovely" and "terrific." He also asked his fans to
go to Arizona and spend money here in response t

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
Lottery (starnet-local)

Drawings for Saturday, Sept. 25

2010-09-26 \Tucson\News\Daily\Sep 26 2010\
PRINT EXCLUSIVE: Murder of father and 9-year-old daughter on track to be among Pima County's most expensive trials ever (starnet-local)

The upcoming capital murder trials of three people accused of
killing a 9-year-old girl and her father in Arivaca last year are
on track to become one of the most expensive in Pima County

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Council OKs furloughs for all city employees (starnet-local)
After initially voting to delay budget cuts to balance the budget Tuesday afternoon, the City Council reversed direction hours later and approved furloughs for all city employees at its night meeting.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Marana endorses landfill on vice mayor's parcel (starnet-local)
Marana's leaders on Tuesday approved moving forward with the annexation of 1,200 acres of land that the town wants to use as the site for a new privately owned landfill.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
In reversal, feds support jaguar's habitat, recovery (starnet-local)
In a sharp reversal of its predecessor's position, the Obama administration announced Tuesday that it will protect the endangered jaguar's prime habitat and develop a jaguar recovery plan.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
US to revisit glitch-prone 'virtual fence' set for border (starnet-local)
The Department of Homeland Security's latest version of a border "virtual fence" has suffered another setback — prompting Secretary Janet Napolitano to order a departmentwide reassessment of the program.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Taking '12 Minutes' to pick up trash (starnet-local)
Patt Jimenez and Lisa Rotello with the city of Tucson's Environmental Services Department carry bags of trash they collected along the Santa Cruz River near West Ajo Way as part of "It's 12 Minutes for Tucson Day." About 15 workers took time out of their ... read more

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Panel hears complaints on Sunnyside leadership (starnet-local)
A former Sunnyside district employee called for Superintendent Manuel L. Isquierdo's resignation because of an audit that shows he made $12,545 in unallowable credit-card charges since he was hired in 2007.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Harassment lawsuit filed vs. scientist on Mars Lander project (starnet-local)
A member of the science team for NASA's 2008 Phoenix Mars Lander mission has sued one of the mission's co-investigators, Samuel Kounaves, alleging sexual harassment.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Cold Case : Disappearance, linked double-slaying remain unsolved (starnet-local)
When Linda Watson disappeared from her north Tucson home in August 2000, her mother, Marilyn Cox, devoted her energy to finding her missing daughter and gaining visitation rights to her only granddaughter.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Legislator: No Obama on ballot if he can't prove US birth (starnet-local)
PHOENIX — If President  Obama wants to run for re-election he would need to produce proof of both his U.S. birth and citizenship to get on the ballot in Arizona, if one state lawmaker gets her way.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Tucsonan named to Board of Regents (starnet-local)
Tucsonan Rick Myers will help direct higher education policy as a member of the Arizona Board of Regents.

2010-01-13 \Tucson\News\Daily\Jan 13 2010\
Probation for man tied to Arivaca case (starnet-local)
A key witness against three people suspected of killing an Arivaca man and his young daughter was sentenced to three years of intensive probation Tuesday.

2009-04-30 'One Can a Week' food collection keeps growing (starnet-local)
When Peter Norback began a weekly canned food collection in his Midtown neighborhood four months ago, he had a single, clear goal in mind.
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2009-04-30 260 Star readers kick in $20.9K to send kids to camp (starnet-local)
We are proud to thank another 260 readers who donated $20,904 to send kids to camp.
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2009-04-30 49 people tested for flu at border; 41 cleared (citizen-local)
WASHINGTON - Customs agents have stopped and cleared 41 people with flulike symptoms at U.S. borders and are awaiting test results on eight more.
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2009-04-30 A tea party at University High (starnet-local)
University High School students on Wednesday unveiled their concepts of how to make a better cup of iced tea.
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2009-04-30 Amelia Rieman dies; UA opera benefactor (starnet-local)
Amelia Tataronis Rieman, a longtime Green Valley resident who endowed the UA School of Music's opera program, died Saturday at the Freedom Inn at Ventana Canyon in Tucson. She was 102 and had lived at Freedom Inn for several years.
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2009-04-30 Arizona Cancer Center to promote sun safety Saturday-Sunday at Desert Museum events (citizen-local)
Proper protection and detection can allow you - and your skin - to live in harmony with the sun.
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2009-04-30 Arrests made in August killing of Tucson woman (citizen-local)
Two brothers and a third man were arrested Wednesday and accused of killing 37-year-old Rosario Maria Morey, police said.
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2009-04-30 Border Patrol arrests 22 hiking pot into US (citizen-local)
The U.S. Border Patrol says agents patrolling near Nogales have arrested 22 men after they were spotting carrying bales of marijuana into the U.S. from Mexico.
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2009-04-30 Budget shortfall leads to options for Marana staff (starnet-local)
The Marana Town Council on Tuesday night approved its first set of budget measures that directly affect the town staff.
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2009-04-30 Chess Fest in downtown Tucson expected to attract 300 or more Saturday (citizen-local)
Who'd think chess could attract upward of 300 people to downtown?
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2009-04-30 Community Calendar (starnet-local)

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2009-04-30 Council passes on putting public safety staffing on November ballot (citizen-local)
If Tucson voters are going to have a say on how many police officers and firefighters the city should have, they'll have to sign a petition to get it on the ballot.
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2009-04-30 County officials foresee tax increase (starnet-local)
Pima County could be forced to increase property taxes repeatedly starting in two years to avoid making $10 million or more in cuts annually to make up for plummeting property values.
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2009-04-30 Deaths (starnet-local)
The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Occupations are stated when available.
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2009-04-30 Ex-jail nurse on trial for alleged sexual abuse of four inmates (citizen-local)
The sex-crimes trial of a former Pima County Jail nurse got under way Wednesday as four former inmates testified he touched their breasts for sexual pleasure during visits to the jail's medical suite.
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2009-04-30 First AZ case of swine flu is confirmed in Phx. boy, 8 (starnet-local)
A student at a Phoenix elementary school became Arizona's first confirmed case of swine flu Wednesday, even as state health officials announced they had submitted 20 more samples to the federal government for analysis.
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2009-04-30 Harleys return to downtown for rally this weekend (citizen-local)
Hundreds of Harley-Davidson motorcycles will roar through downtown and throughout southern Arizona on Thursday, Friday and Saturday as the 2009 Arizona State H.O.G. Rally makes its third annual visit.
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2009-04-30 Homicide Survivors' vigil for victims is Saturday (citizen-local)
Homicide Survivors will host its annual vigil Saturday to stand up for victims' rights and remember those killed by violence.
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2009-04-30 House panel approves bill to ban slaughter of wild horses (citizen-local)
WASHINGTON — A key House panel approved legislation Wednesday that would bar federal officials from slaughtering healthy wild horses and burros.
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2009-04-30 Jimmy's forecast (starnet-local)
High pressure aloft will keep us dry, with above-normal daytime highs through Friday. A Pacific low-pressure system will move across to the north of Arizona on Saturday. This system will result in some breezes Friday and lower temperatures Saturday and Sunday. Expect warmer weather next week.
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2009-04-30 Law and Order (starnet-local)

  Wounded woman jailed in carjack try
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2009-04-30 Local firm's software can track disease (starnet-local)
The founder of a Tucson company that makes software for disease early warning, tracking and immunization believes technology being thrown at the swine flu outbreak is already working.
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2009-04-30 Man abducted on SW Side and dumped nude, injured across town (citizen-local)
A man kidnapped from a park Wednesday was shot, driven across town, then pushed naked from the abductors' car, a Tucson police spokesman said.
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2009-04-30 Man beaten, robbed, another shot in attacks near strip club (citizen-local)
One man was shot within minutes of an unrelated beating and robbery after two groups of men were leaving a strip club Wednesday, police said.
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2009-04-30 Ohio man rescued after fall at Grand Canyon (citizen-local)
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK — An Ohio man who was peering over the edge of the Grand Canyon and lost his balance was rescued after falling 60 feet.
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2009-04-30 PAG to discuss legislative plan to grab impact fee funds (citizen-local)
A proposal in the Legislature to tap into cities' and towns' development impact fee programs for up to $210 million to help cut into the state budget deficit has area officials challenging the legality of such a move.
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2009-04-30 PCC reduces number of division deans to save money (citizen-local)
Pima Community College Chancellor Roy Flores announced late last month that the No. 1 step in dealing with state budget cuts would be reducing administrative positions.
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2009-04-30 Parents of man swept away in wash last summer sue city (citizen-local)
The parents of Roy J. Harris, the 28-year-old swept away in a flooded wash July 19, filed suit against Tucson seeking damages for his death.
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2009-04-30 Phoenix school closes after swine flu case (citizen-local)
PHOENIX - A northwest Phoenix elementary school student on Wednesday became the first person in Arizona confirmed to have the swine flu, but the 8-year-old boy has already recovered from the illness and never required hospitalization.
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2009-04-30 Radar van locations (starnet-local)
The city's police radar van is scheduled to snap photographs of speeders at these locations today, according to the Tucson Police Department's Web site:
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2009-04-30 Report: Tucson 6th best in air quality (citizen-local)
Feel free to take a deep breath of fresh air.
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2009-04-30 Scholarship applications up as tuition rises, parents lose jobs (citizen-local)
By combining federal grants, loans and his salary from part-time jobs, University of Arizona junior Kyle Versluis has been able to cover the costs of his education without spending hours filling out scholarship applications or surfing scholarship Web sites.
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2009-04-30 Students Expect More of selves (starnet-local)
Education is priority No. 1 in the home of high school senior Priscilla Tovar.
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2009-04-30 Study views gains, setbacks in status of S. Arizona women (citizen-local)
More women than men are getting college degrees, but women still earn less than their male counterparts, according to a new comprehensive study by the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona.
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2009-04-30 TREO backs incentives for high-pay job creation (starnet-local)
The Tucson region's economic development agency called Wednesday for a more aggressive strategy to create high-wage jobs in the face of recession.
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2009-04-30 Thin crowd gets money's worth at UA stadium bash (starnet-local)
About 10,000 fans gave Arizona Stadium a party it hasn't seen in more than three decades Wednesday night.
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2009-04-30 Toxicology tests being conducted in county jail inmate's death (citizen-local)
Sheriff's detectives investigating the death of an accused child killer in the Pima County Jail last week are awaiting toxicology tests to see what type of drug the inmate may have taken.
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2009-04-30 Tucson Partnership poised to absorb Downtown Development Corp. (citizen-local)
Negotiations are nearing conclusion to fold the long-dormant Downtown Development Corp. into the Downtown Tucson Partnership in May.
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2009-04-30 Tucson Time Capsule : A big mess o' Pepsi (starnet-local)
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2009-04-30 UA astronomer will head NASA 747 observatory (citizen-local)
Erick Young, a University of Arizona astronomer, will take his research to new heights in a Boeing 747SP.
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2009-04-30 UA gets grant to study impact of student sexuality on schools (citizen-local)
The Frances McClelland Institute for Children, Youth, and Families at the University of Arizona has been awarded a $200,000 grant to study how student sexuality, gender and conformity norms affect school systems.
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2009-04-30 UMC seeks OK to borrow $75M (starnet-local)
University Medical Center will ask the Arizona Board of Regents today to authorize $75 million in financing to help pay for capital projects, including its new children's medical center.
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2009-04-30 UMC suspends 8 staffers for patient photos (starnet-local)
Eight University Medical Center staff members have been suspended for taking "potentially inappropriate" photos of a patient with a personal camera phone.
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