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More Arizona Spotlight Teases from Aug 2013

Border National Monument is Center of Conflict

Organ Pipe Cactus Park has sparked issues among Border Patrol, ecologists, visitors.

Aug 8, 2013

Museum Launches Historical Textile Databases

The organized collections of data include pieces from the Pueblo, Navajo and Spanish-American cultures.

Jul 30, 2013
Teresa Ramsey, formerly homeless veteran.

Tucson Goal: House Hundreds of Homeless Vets in 2.5 Years

Mayor Rothschild, city stepping up to national challenge, hopes to lead example for other communities.

Jul 19, 2013

Stalking the Wild Rhubarb

The Sonoran Desert abounds with a rich variety of wild foods - if you know where and when to look

May 23, 2013

Documenting "The Undocumented"

A conversation with filmmaker Marco Williams about creating an unflinching portrait of death on the U.S. - Mexico border

Apr 26, 2013

Working for Equal Rights

Tucson group tries to raise awaress, education and opportunity for often-marginalized residents

Mar 21, 2013

Not Just Another Film Festival

'Out in Desert' brings diversity of LGBT cinema to big screen

Jan 24, 2013

Buddhist Sand Mandala First in Southern Arizona

Week-long creation process ends with dissolution ceremony in Santa Cruz River

Dec 6, 2012
Tucson architect Anne Rysdale

Tucson Architect Made Mark on City, Forged Way For Women

Anne Rysdale reflects on more than 60 years in architecture

Nov 29, 2012

Latino Vote: Fact or Fiction?

Much talked about and much courted this past election, but what do we know about Latino voters and whether candidates reached them?

Nov 16, 2012

CD 1: The Flavor of Arizona

New district larger, more diverse than several states

Nov 2, 2012
Immigration protest

Foreign Government Officials React to SB 1070's Controversial Part Going Into Effect

The local consulates from Mexico and El Salvador say people are calling with questions

Sep 20, 2012

Teachers' Voices with Bob and Sue Reavis

Married educators who say they have teaching in their blood reflect on the changes they've seen over almost four decades in the classroom.

Sep 7, 2012

Documentary Tells Story of Desert Deaths

New film aims to explore migrant deaths in the Arizona desert through medical investigators' work

Aug 16, 2012

ELL Students Fall Behind After Summer of Limited English

In the border town of Douglas, teachers have a hard time bringing students back to English proficiency

Aug 3, 2012

Photographer Strives to Capture Vanishing Culture

Scott Baxter travels the state to record the ranching tradition

Aug 2, 2012

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