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Got little bottles of unknown pills cluttering you medicine cabinet? You can dispose of prescription and over-the-counter drugs properly at the Dispose-a-Med event Saturday in a safe, anonymous way. Read more»

People have the opportunity to properly dispose of used cooking grease and oil, which can be used to produce a clean-burning substitute for diesel fuel. Read more»

Tohono Chul Park will light up the night by transforming into a winter wonderland, complete with over 750,000 lights, entertainment, treats, and shopping. Read more»

There's a link between cruelty to animals and acts committed by violent criminals, an animal cruelty investigator told University of Arizona law students on Wednesday. Read more»

Costume-clad volunteers will celebrate Halloween and the opening of a newly renovated 2,700-square-foot food bank at Interfaith Community Services on Monday. Read more»

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will get into the Halloween spirit with a "Howl-O-Ween" book signing and "Spooktacular" costume contest at La Encantada on Sunday. Read more»

Oro Valley is accepting applications from its residents for open seats on the town's boards and commissions. Read more»

The Saguaro National Park.

Tucson's first BioBlitz will begin Friday and continue through Saturday, when participants can observe and records as many plant and animal species in Saguaro National Park to better understand, appreciate and protect the park. Read more»

Home energy reports will be mailed to 25,000 customers of Tucson Electric Power as part of a two-year pilot program to help reduce energy consumption and lower electric bills. Read more»

Tucson Terrorfest, a horror film festival, begins Thursday and continues through the weekend with six independent horror films. Read more»

A view of some of the vendors and crowds outside the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court.

The Tucson Meet Yourself Folklife Festival kicked off on Friday in downtown Tucson, with a large number of people and a huge variety of food and entertainment to represent our city's different cultures. Read more»

A Costa's hummingbird is one of many winged animals featured during the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum's Festival of Flight, which takes place Friday through Sunday.

The Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum will celebrate winged creatures and the Year of the Bat during the Festival of Flight beginning Friday. Read more»

The University of Arizona's Old Main building.

The Arizona Board of Regents Presidential Search Committee will hold forums for members of the University of Arizona community to share ideas about qualities the next president should have. Read more»

The 2011 logo for International Walk to School Day.

A record 49 schools in the Tucson area are participating in International Walk to School Day on Wednesday to support active lifestyles in children and improve air quality. Read more»

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona in partnership with the Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance will host the concert event this Sunday at Silverbell Park. Proceeds will go to their arts and education programs.

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona and the Southern Arizona Arts Cultural Alliance will celebrate pets and education with Pet Rock, a family-oriented music fest, Sunday at Crossroads at Silverbell Park in Marana. Read more»

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