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Picacho Peak

Visiting one of the most remarkable landmarks in Southern Arizona.

How Does A Canyon Become Grand?

How did the Colorado River form a canyon so massive that it would become one of the great wonders of the world?

How Sweet It Is

James Taylor performs a cover of "How Sweet it Is."

U.S. builds first offshore wind farm

Wind power accounts for about five percent of all electricity generation in the U.S.

Should seat belts on school buses be required?

Could school buses be even safer? Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports

Building the Future for Women in Technology

Local club helps close the gender gap in computer science.

Mister Rogers: Garden of Your Mind

"You can grow ideas in the garden of your mind."

Mister Rogers: Sing Together (the B-Side)

"There's so much in this world we can learn no matter how young or how old we are."

Making S'Mores in a Homemade Solar Cooker

When it's 110 degrees outside, your kids don't need a campfire to make s'mores!

Art Life - Diana Madaras

Behind the scenes of one of Tucson's most recognizable and successful artists.

How This Remote National Park Made a Mammoth Discovery

California's Channel Islands National Park is the site of a recent mammoth discovery.

Ramadan in Tucson

Spending time with a local family while they observe the holy month of Ramadan.

How to Make Pro Pizza at Home

It doesn't have to be frozen! Master pizza-maker Joe Heffernan shows you how to make pro-style pizza at home.

How to Blanch and Shock

Learn why this simple technique is a great preliminary step for many vegetables.

The Tragic Story Behind the Most Famous Cowboy Song Ever

Investigating the mystery behind "Tumbling Tumbleweeds."

Stories from the Boneyard

Over 4,000 aircraft are stored in Tucson's iconic "Boneyard," and every one of them has a story.

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