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Arizona Sen. John McCain introduced a new bill, the Television Consumer Freedom Act, that let the customers choose the channels in their subscription.
Arizona Illustrated, Southern Arizona’s week-night news magazine series for over 30 years, and the flagship local TV production for Arizona Public Media (AZPM,) has undergone a make-over. The new AZ Illustrated (pronounced A-Z-Illustrated) debuts in its regular week-night time slot at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, February 4, 2013. The new AZ Illustrated features different hosts and topics each night – Metro, Science, Nature, Arts and Politics – offering insight and discussion relevant to Southern Arizona audiences. Tapping into the wealth of talent and experience of AZPM’s award-winning producers, reporters, and production team, while introducing new specialists from the community, the series will feature new voices, new stories and a new focus.
Directv has a poor record
MUSD candidate forum to be held on Oct. 5
'Stuff the Bus' school supply drive to begin
UniSource to pay dividend of 39 cents
Satisfied with your cable TV service, rural Pima County residents?
Hunt on for mass blooms at Tohono Chul
Planning for Marana's Fourth of July celebration is moving along, with Comcast agreeing to sponsor the fireworks show for $10,000, and a number of Arizona Pavilions businesses offering to participate.
The prospect for a formal, public Fourth of July celebration in Oro Valley this year looks slim.
Last week, the Marana Chamber of Commerce conducted a forum for the community’s town council candidates. There are seven hopefuls — incumbents Carol McGorray, Patti Comerford, Herb Kai and Jon Post, and challengers Kelle Maslyn, Bret Summers and Larry Steckler. On March 10, several may be elected.
Candidates for Marana Town Council will take part in four public forums in January and February to introduce themselves to town residents.
October 11, 2006 - A group of girls formed a semicircle outside of the principal's office, took deep breaths and began singing in rounds.
Oct. 6, 2004 - The town of Oro Valley is looking at several different ways to expand how it communicates with residents in order to better inform the public of the decisions it is making.
Their pictures taken for posterity, their handshaking and speeches concluded, it didn't take long for the five newly sworn-in members of Oro Valley's expanded seven-member Town Council to get the fur flying at their first meeting June 2.
For David Mehl, president of Cottonwood Properties and the Marana Chamber of Commerce Man of the Year, any philosophy of giving has to be based on a philosophy of life.
Christmas Eve, the day Ramon Gonzales had waited for all year, dawned clear as a bell in Marana after a week of dreary rain and icy cold.
Marana Police Department employees say that the only thing more disturbing than MPD officer misconduct cases that grab headlines are the cases that few people ever hear about.
As more and more picture and sound files traverse the ether between computers, many of us in the Northwest "burbs" complain of slow-speed Internet access. The causes for this maddening problem can be any of the following: