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AZ Illustrated Nature Episode, March 20, 2013

Contention over wolves; 'grandfather of climate science' visits Tucson

Climate Science Expert Visits Arizona

Wally Broecker is described as an "intellectual giant" in his field.

Reintroduction of Wolves Remains Contentious

Supporters cheer Mexican gray's recovery; cattlemen still opposed

TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone announces his resignation at a news conference.

Pedicone Resigns as TUSD Supt.

Effective June 30, to give board time to hire before next election

Henry "Hank" Oyama

Pioneer Tucson Educator Oyama Dies

Spent 15 months in US internment camp, broke racial barriers

A bright red bird sits perched on a tree branch.

Desert River Harbors Life

San Pedro encompasses multiple wildlife habitats

AZ House Medicaid Hearing Opens

First airing of governor's proposal to expand health care

Pima Community College Governing Board. (2013)

PCC Interim Chancellor Resigns

Early departure as college faces accreditation probation

Tucson City Hall

Tucson Seeks Reduced Plastic Bag Use

City will track use, recycling; no enforcement mechanism included

Tucson May Require Reporting Gun Losses

Council gives preliminary approval; formal vote expected in two months

Peter Young, artist, shares his retrospective exhibition of art work at MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Downtown Tucson.

Peter Young: Capitalist Masterpieces

Retrospective at MOCA reveals evolution of noted artist

A look into the Sleeping Frog Farms.

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, March 19, 2013

Bug brains; preserving native seeds; mushrooms as environmental aid

Barry M. Pryor, Ph.D. and Professor for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, speaks about fungi and how it is used to process, preserve, and break down food.

Study Reveals How Mushrooms Help Environment

Finding new ways to produce food while recycling focus of UA research

Preserving Plant Diversity in Southwest

Countering effects of 'monocropping' on plant variety

UA Researchers Pursuing Holographic Display

Special polymer could yield 3-D holographic television

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