Recent copies of newspapers we subscribe to are on the 3rd floor of the Main Library, near government documents. A list of titles is located on the sides of the shelves. See area 3A on 3rd floor map. (PDF)
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Full text index of news articles from the Arizona Daily Star. This database includes locally produced news articles. It does not include Associated Press stories, guest comments from editorials, or specials to the Arizona Daily Star.
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