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We explore the process by which minerals are formed. Courtesy: Eight, Arizona PBS in Phoenix

UA Holds Mineral Exhibit As Tucson Gem Shows Rolls In

Showcase at UA's Flandrau kicked off Feb. 1, ends weekend of annual gem show, which is marking 60th anniversary.

Annual Winter Event Welcomes Birds, Revenue to S. AZ

Wings Over Willcox Birding and Nature Festival is celebrating 21 years; pumps tens of thousands of dollars into Southern Arizona economy.

Bisbee’s Warren Ballpark is the oldest baseball stadium in Arizona, and one of the oldest in the country.

Bisbee's Warren Ballpark is Major Component of Town's History

Built in the early 1900s, stadium has housed minor league games, as well as relics of baseball’s bygone past, such as outlaw leagues, barnstorming games.

Doc Explores '60s Activism Through Family Experience

"It's a film about the tragedy of idealism," says director of Tatanka, one of the films featured at the Loft Film Festival.

The first WWII memorial in Tucson came after a long planning process with much controversy.

WWII Veterans Remembered

Tucson musician, poet performs at city's new World War II Memorial.

"Salt of the Earth"

Film writer Chris Dashiell says that this little-known 1954 film dealt with modern political themes revolving around work and marriage

AZ Week: Still a Dream, But Progress Has Been Made

Arizonans recall 50th anniversary of March on Washington with reflections on race relations, search for equality.

New Study: Warfare May Not Be Part of Human Nature

An adjunct research scientists at the UA led investigation, says group-on-group violence is relatively new.

The memorable final shot from the 1957 drive-in favorite "The Giant Claw"

Tucson Drive-In History

Film writer Chris Dashiell takes a fond look back at the golden age of the Old Pueblo's outdoor movie theaters

Retired US Sen. Jon Kyl (third from left), White Mountain Apache Chairman Ronnie Lupe (center), US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (to Lupe's left) and U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (second from right) with members of White Mountain Apache Tribe.

Clean Water Agreement, Through Congress, Signed for AZ Tribe

Under $200M federal allocation, White Mountain Apaches will get 'clean water for another 100 years.'

US Senator John McCain

McCain Eulogizes POW Cellmate on Senate Floor

AZ senator honors highly decorated Vietnam War veteran 'Bud' Day, who died Sunday.

Upgrades Proposed for Historic State Parks in Yuma

Infrastructure improvements for both; Quartermaster Depot to focus on Colorado River.

AZ Reps Propose Casa Grande Ruins Expansion

Bill in U.S. House would add nearby lands with archaeological significance to park boundaries.

The corner of Broadway and Country Club is alive with activity along the historic "Sunshine Mile".

Tucson Architectural History in 2-Mile Stretch

Broadway from Euclid to Country Club a 'really important corridor' displaying mid-century modernism.

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about the historic Mountain View Black Officers Club.

Black Officer's Club Threatened, Historians Say

Illustrative of military segregation, 1942 Fort Huachuca Army building at risk of demolition.

San Xavier del Bac

Buildings That Changed Tucson, 1783 to 2002

Tucson architect explains why four buildings encapsulate area's history

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