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Tucson Science Rally Gains Momentum as Earth Day Approaches
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Attorney General Sessions gives speech in Nogales; artist Lex Gjurasic stamps out reality; and Arizona's round-tailed ground squirrels get the attention they deserve.
Pie Party Celebrates Tucson's Sweet Side
Also on Arizona Spotlight: A wrap on the 2017 State Budget; a doctor from Pakistan makes a difference in Marana; new book details UA role in space exploration.
Comet Catalina Makes Brief Appearance
Discovered by Catalina Sky Survey in 2013
Arizona Spotlight for November 27, 2015
A tale of love and dedication from StoryCorp's Tucson visit; what it takes to live for a full year without processed food; exploring the true reason for flowers.
Group Helps Grow Interest in Agriculture, Gardening and Nutrition
Cooperative Extension offers many programs in Arizona.
Find out why the dwarf planet Pluto casts a historical shadow over the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, where NASA's July 14th Pluto flyby is big news.
It's Not Just for the Birds
Tucson Audubon Society's New Executive Director
Insect Experts Report Active Season of Africanized Honeybees in Arizona
Abundant blooms are providing growing opportunities for the aggressive bees.
Fitness as the Frontline
People with Parkinson's disease find physical and emotional benefits with exercise.
A War On Grass
Residents in southern Arizona are fighting an invasive, resilient species that threatens the Sonoran Desert way of life.
Repose - The Potent Pause
Tucson residents' new book recommends lying on your back for a surprising number of mental and physical health benefits.
Archaeology, Adventures and Agaves
Tucson archaeologists are beginning new chapters after decades at the University of Arizona, reveal ancient culture's uses for tough native plant.
Friends of Stars, Skies in S. AZ
Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association is celebrating 60 years in the community; they are connected to all things astronomy.
The C.S.I. Effect
Alexis Gray, one of the nation's top forensic anthropologists, discusses how popular TV shows have changed the public's expectations about forensic science.
Scientists: Darkness Harder to Find Due to Overpopulation
Use of artificial lights is increasing around the world; experts say tens of millions of people have never experiences truly dark skies.
Teachers' Voices with Ofelia Zepeda and Meredith Kupinski
Two educators talk about a new program where teachers - instead of students - are asked to become immersed in the indigenous culture of their school.
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