Arizona education; Jane Goodall in Tucson; Water conservation; I-10 project

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A recent survey by a national polling firm finds many Arizonans are greatly concerned about education and think it is declining, not improving.

Now a new effort seeks to reverse that course. The group "Expect More Arizona" Wednesday kicked off a campaign to persuade Tucsonans to make education a top priority.

We want to make sure that when we look at how the leap between education and the strength of our education ties to the economy and future to the state.

"Expect More Arizona" does not endorse candidates but rather urges Arizonans to understand their candidates' view on the future of education.


Hundreds of Tucsonans got a little education Wednesday from world famous naturalist Jane Goodall at the Pima College northwest campus.

The primate expert and environmental activist reflected on work with chimpanzees in Tanzania, which began 50 years ago.

She also challenged the audience to work to work for a cleaner more sustainable environment over the next 50 years.


It's almost summer time and that means high temperatures and the call for water conservation.

Wednesday plenty of people attended a forum at the Manning House put on by the Central Arizona Project.  They talked about the need for water awareness and the challenges facing southern Arizona.


A preview of the next big I-10 construction plan.

ADOT plans to widen Interstate-10 between Ruthrauff Road and Prince Road to four lanes in each direction. And the biggest feature of the construction they'll take prince road up over the interstate and the railroad.