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The Texas Board of Education has approved broad changes to its curriculum, emphasizing conservative political and economic values to its students. Read more»

Classmates.com could pay up to $9.5 million to subscribers to settle a lawsuit that accused the social network sending fake emails from former classmates in an effort to get more subscribers. Read more»

The area has no grass and one tree.

A primary school in Australia defended putting their autistic students in a pen, saying they wanted to keep them safe. Read more» 1

The Daily Beast says we're WAY crazier than Phoenix.

Tucson's getting quite a reputation: we were ranked the ninth-drunkest city, now we're the No. 8 on the crazy list. Read more» 2

Students at the University of Arizona will see tuition and fees increase 10-20 percent next year. Read more»

The devil lives in the Vatican and is to blame for the problems in the Catholic Church, says the Vatican's chief exorcist. Read more» 1

Final Prototype 10 test flight at Martin

When James Bond escapes via jetpack in 1965's "Thunderball," we all wondered how soon we could have our own jetpack. Well, the time has come. Read more»

Wrightstown Elementary will close its doors this spring.

This will be the final year for 96-year-old Wrightstown Elementary School. The TUSD Governing Board voted unanimously Tuesday to merge the East Side school with Henry Elementary effective this fall. Read more»

Blue mountains in the northern suburbs of Kingston.

A Caribbean pirate named Moses is giving Jamaica an unexpected source of tourism dollars - Jews. Read more»

A tomato shortage in Florida has had a large impact in Arizona.

Harsh winter weather in Florida has affected tomato prices across the country, including Tucson. Read more» 2

Trenta is 30 in Italian, but if you think you'll never need to know that you could be wrong. Starbucks is testing 31-ounce iced coffee and teas in Phoenix and they're called, you guessed it, Trenta. Read more»

Arizona travelers will have to hold it a little longer while the state works out its budget troubles.

With nearly 75 percent of Arizona rest stops closed, travelers – and politicians – are asking for help. Read more»

An Orange, Calif., couple was charged with misdemeanor for not having enough plants in their yard. Read more» 3

State Rep. Frank Antenori will replace Jonathan Paton as the state senator from District 30. Read more»

This view of Earth comes from NASA's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer aboard the Terra satellite.

The Feb. 27 earthquake that shook Chile and killed 700 was so powerful it actually shifted the earth's axis and shortened our days. Read more» 2

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