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Dr. Carolyn Porco

One of America's leading planetary scientists talks about the ongoing exploration of Saturn and its moons. She'll be in Tucson to present at SPACEFEST III (June 2nd - 5th, 2011).

Jun 2, 2011
Space shuttle Endeavour and its six-member STS-134 crew head toward Earth orbit and rendezvous with the International Space Station. Liftoff was at 8:56 a.m. (EDT) on May 16, 2011, from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

Captain Mark Kelly

Listen to an interview from orbit, as Captain Mark Kelly answers questions from on board the International Space Station.

May 26, 2011

Amerind Foundation Continues Artifact Research

Organization is still devoted to Native American culture, but has adapted its focus over 75 years.

May 13, 2011
Despite a decrease in the number of apprehensions along the border, members of the Arizona Cattlemen's Association want additional resources and personnel along the border.

Ranching's Risky Business in Southern Arizona

Local ranchers say they want more resources and protection on the border to cope with illegal immigration.

Apr 27, 2011

New Weather Service Science Officer Settles In, Talks Upcoming Weather

An early fascination with the monsoon, and an early prediction of this year's rain

Apr 8, 2011
Arizona State Museum Archeology Curator Chuck Adams sizes up the museum's collection of Homolovi artifacts.

The Archeological Treasures of Homolovi State Park

Discover a place in Northern Arizona that is sacred land to the Hopi, a budget-troubled state park, and a storehouse of ancient relics.

Mar 23, 2011
Lena Horne once performed beneath these stage lights.

Web Feature: Saving the Mountain View

On Ft. Huachuca, one community group fights to preserve a long-forgotten piece of black history

Feb 25, 2011
The Dunbar School was built for Tucson's African-American students in the time of segregation.

A Brief History of Segregation

Explore the legacy of segregation, and the uphill journey that many African Americans had to make to get an equal education no more than a generation or two from today.

Feb 10, 2011
A competitor works his way through a course at the Arizona Tree Climbing Championships.

Putting Tree Workers To The Test

Championship tests climbing and safety skills, but most competitors focus on the fun.

Jan 31, 2011
Vigil at Gabrielle Giffords' headquarters in Tucson, Arizona

Peripheral Vision

Hear an essay by Jacquelyn Jackson, an eye-witness to the events of January 8th.

Jan 14, 2011
Kimberly Craft interviews Bruce Wright, CEO of the University of Arizona's Science and Technology Park, and Joann MacMaster, director of AZCI.

UA Expands Business Incubator

Joann MacMaster begins as new director

Jan 3, 2011
The first memorial erected in honor of the three scouts is at Josephine Saddle, halfway between the Madera Canyon Lodge and the summit of Mt. Baldy.

Exploring the story behind the deaths of three Boy Scouts near Tucson in 1958

Tucson author Cathy Hufault recounts the tragedy that sparked the largest search for missing persons in Arizona history

Dec 17, 2010

The Tucson Wildlife Center

Learn how the dedicated staff of the TWC stands ready to help injured wildlife, whether they are feathered, furred, or scaled.

Nov 17, 2010

Tucson Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadan

Leaders Say They Hope to Transcend Contentious Atmosphere

Sep 10, 2010

Refugees in Tucson: Lives as Immigrants Contribute to Our Community.

The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.

Jun 17, 2010
Sun

Solar Energy and Water Concerns

Solar energy is a natural for Arizona, but is there a drawback? Some people say generating power from the sun can use too much water and Arizona can't afford that.

Jun 15, 2010

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