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A roundup of what's going on in Tucson's faith community.

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Technical Sgt. Charmaine Pozo raised more than $5,000 for homeless women veterans. 

The grant will support academic and occupational skills training for at-risk youth.

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More than 400 are put on notice, invited to reapply.

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Letters on republican budget plan, Tucson mail delay, Post Polio Syndrome help.

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Executive coach and workplace consultant writes about criticism. 

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Downtown building under renovation following fire a year ago.

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Torrid, a clothing and accessory store for women sizes 12 to 28, has opened a new Tucson store.

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14 percent earned D's compared with 11 percent of public schools. 

The Tucson Unified School District could save more than $37 million if it fully implements recommendations from an external efficiency audit.

Tucson Unified School District’s inadequate curriculum development has limited achievement by nearly all of TUSD’s 49,000 students. But minori…

Fruit-Land Market stood on the corner of East Speedway and North Sixth Avenue.

Consumers considering the purchase of Hearthware Inc.’s NuWave Oven, usually sold through infomercials, should consider an alert from the Bett…

The Tucson Unified School District is working to resolve allegations that it discriminated against Latinos by attempting to limit their partic…

  • Tom Beal Arizona Daily Star

The University of Arizona's Science and Technology Park hopes to parlay its partnership with the U.S. arm of an international defense systems …


Sean Pender, center, explains DRS Technologies' surveillance test tower during a border technology showcase at the UA Science and Technology P…

  • Ben Fritz Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES - Hollywood isn't seeing as much green in 3-D re-releases as it had hoped.


The Guaymas, Sonora, industrial park is owned by Tucson-based The Offshore Group. Construction on a new plant will begin this week for British…

  • Gabriela Rico Arizona Daily Star

A Tucson company's industrial park in Guaymas, Sonora, has landed two new aerospace manufacturers.