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Bernie Sanders on the University of Arizona campus Oct. 18, 2016.

Bernie Sanders in Tucson: 'Our Job Is to Defeat Donald Trump'

4,000 gather on UA Mall, hear ex-candidate warn of potential 'drift toward oligarchy.'

Arizona Program Helps College Students 'Earn to Learn'

1,000 enrolled at UA in matching savings funds to help with tuition, other expenses.

Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos and Lin-Manuel Miranda in Hamilton

Hamilton's America

GREAT PERFORMANCES explores the making of the Broadway phenomenon and the history behind it. Firday at 10 p.m. on PBS 6.

Complete election coverage with NPR 89.1 and PBS 6.

Latino Turnout in Arizona Could Surge This Election: Poll

The poll suggests more than 80 percent of Latino voters may cast ballots.

Live Transcript and Fact-Checking of the Oct. 19 Presidential Debate

NPR's politics team will live annotate and transcribe the debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Oct. 19, 2016.

crowded traffic on highway

Officers Taking a Tougher Tack on Risky Highway Driving

DPS will watch for cars and trucks violating rules in areas with higher commercial truck traffic.

A field of stars lights up the night sky above the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona.

NAU Project Will Study National Park Boundaries from Space

The team will look at divisions caused by land-management choices, like logging.

Candidates for TUSD governing board meet in forum to discuss issues facing the district's schools, September 2016.

TUSD Race Focuses on Teacher Retention, Transparency

Crowded race: Three incumbents and four challengers seek three seats.

Polls Call Arizona a Swing State; Clinton Ups Her Efforts

Traditionally a Republican stronghold, some surveys are putting Clinton in the lead.

A Place to Call Home: No Other Love

George and Sarah finally lay to rest issues about her past and are closer than ever. Thursday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

For Border Apprehensions, 'Who' Overshadows 'How Many'

DHS says poverty, violence are factors in rising apprehensions of Central Americans.

University of Arizona planetary scientist Ewen Whitaker

UA Scientist Who Made Map for Apollo Moon Landings Dies

Ewen Whitaker dies at 94; was a pioneer of planetary science for NASA.

At Candido Vargas Institute in João Pessoa, Brazil, a geneticist examines an infant with microcephaly, a brain defect associated with Zika virus infection.

Spillover - Zika, Ebola & Beyond

Investigate the rise of spillover viruses. Learn how scientists track diseases like Zika and Ebola. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Two chimpanzees in Tchimpounga National Park.

NATURE: My Congo

Journey across the Congo with a wildlife cameraman who discovers an “African Eden” in his homeland. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

American Experience: Tesla

Meet the genius engineer and tireless inventor whose technology helped create our wireless world.

This year's UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences lecture series deals with privacy in the information age.

Conversations on Privacy

Lecture Series presented by UA College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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