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Autism, invisible disabilities are barriers to finding work

An advocate says that many times people with invisible disabilities choose not to disclose their conditions for fear of being stigmatized. On the other hand, employers oftentimes don’t value people with disabilities because they are fearful.... Read more»

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Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Does greyhound racing have a future in Tucson?

Tucson Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Kozachik talks about greyhound racing, plus, the Reporters’ Roundtable with the Tucson Weekly’s Jimmy Boegle and tucsoncitizen.com’s Mark B. Evans, along with the Weekend Watch with Matt Russell, Tucson’s “Culinary Cruiser.”... Read more»

Shred-a-thon will clean up papers, lessen ID theft risk

Got an overflowing desk? Paper hoarders can finally lose that big pile at a Saturday morning shred-a-thon at Kino Sports Complex.... Read more»

Memorial service set for Cochise Sheriff Larry Dever

A memorial service for Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever, killed this week in a truck rollover, has been scheduled for next Wednesday at Sierra Vista’s Buena High School.... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Sheriff Clarence Dupnik interviewed

A lengthy interview with Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik on SB 1070, the suspension of correction officers accused of an after-hours assault, and more; plus Jim Nintzel, reporter for the Tucson Weekly... Read more»

Demand for GEDs surges due to illegal-immigrant deferrals

There are no citizenship requirements for K-12 schools in Arizona. For illegal immigrants who have dropped out or are too old to return to high school, however, going for a GED may be the only option if they want to qualify for deferred action.... Read more»

Congressmen press for more resignations in gun-walking probe

Members of a House committee called for more accountability from Justice Department officials Thursday, even as they praised an internal investigation of two botched “gun-walking” operations: operations Fast and Furious and Wide Receiver.... Read more»

Poverty continues to climb in Arizona

The portion of Arizonans living in poverty hit 19 percent last year, the sixth-highest rate in the nation, according to new data from the Census Bureau. It was the third straight increase in the poverty rate for Arizona.... Read more»1

Border Roundup: Sheriff Dever dies, BP honors Brian Terry in Naco

Border & immigration news: Sheriff Dever dies, Border Patrol names Naco station after Terry, Fast and Furious report released, and more.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: The changing role of community colleges

Interviews with Jerome Migler, the new provost of Pima Community College, along with comet discoverer David Levy, veterinarian Barbara Gores, and Democrat David Joseph, candidate for the state House in LD11.... Read more»

Shuttle Endeavour flies over Tucson

The space shuttle Endeavour made a slow, low S-turn over Tucson on Thursday morning, a tribute to former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her ex-astronaut husband Mark Kelly—the last man to pilot the spacecraft. (with video)... Read more»

Migrant worker drought worries farmers

With harvest season for many crops approaching, Arizona farms need workers to help bring the crops in. But immigration policy has made it harder to find the skilled labor force farms have relied on for 20 years.... Read more»

Official: 'Recreational’ use of medical marijuana inevitable

Arizona has done a better job than other states at developing a medical marijuana system that discourages cheating, but there’s no way to guarantee that some people won’t use it for recreational purposes, the state’s top health official Will Humble said Wednesday.... Read more»

LD2 legislative debate Thursday night

Candidates for the state House in Southern Arizona’s LD2 will meet Thursday evening for the first of a series of debates sponsored by the Clean Elections Commission.... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Remembering Sheriff Larry Dever

Sam Fox of Fox Restaurant Concepts; state Rep. Steve Farley, the Democratic candidate for state Senate in LD9, plus financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada on the death of Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever.... Read more»

Space shuttle

Endeavour's last trip includes low-level swoop over UA Mall

As the space shuttle Endeavour makes its final trip to a science center in California, it will make a low-level pass over the University of Arizona Mall between 11 a.m. and noon on Thursday. The shuttle, riding on the back of a 747, will swoop over the university at about 1,500 feet.... Read more»1

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