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Arizona Board of Regents Meeting

Arizona Public Media to live-stream the Arizona Board of Regents meeting April 4 beginning at 9:30 a.m..

Residents speak about the benefits of  Thornydale Ranch.

Hardy Plants for Tough Conditions

Hot, cold and dryness are part of the challenges.

The University of Arizona

Bill Would Ban Student Fees for Politics

Legislation aimed at AZ Students Association work on Prop. 204

UPDATE: Bisbee OKs Same-Sex Unions

AZ attorney general says he will sue before ordinance in effect

Tucson Police Assisted UA in Gunman Search

Agency called in after March 22 reports of armed man, shooting on campus

"I Wanted To Be Able To Feel The Music"

Booker T. Jones on keeping the MG's democratic and his path to the Hammond organ and "Green Onions"

Sheila Claw-Starr, a survivor of domestic violence and addiction, describes how the traditional ways she learned as a child helped her heal herself and go on to help others on their own journeys to recovery.

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, April 2, 2013

Sheila's Story of overcoming addiction; roundtable on Native American health

Jeremy Piven as Harry Gordon Selfridge

Masterpiece Classic: Mr. Selfridge, Episode 2

Harry Selfridge skirts scandal and faces complications in his private life. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Tests of Faith, and Learning in Video Games

Presbyterian Campus Ministries members play and learn at UA's video game archive

Patrisia Gonzales, UA assistant professor of Mexican American Studies and author, discusses how trauma, history, and poverty affect health and how culture could restore it.

History, Poverty Play Roles in Native Health

Scientists explore how culture, trauma interplay in Native American health

Banking Stem Cells Fosters Research

Questions remain about practicality of saving baby's cord blood

Doctor examines child

Affordable Care Act Effects as Yet Unclear

New Pima County health director outlines challenges

A group of students at the Jump Start program at Myers-Ganoung Elementary School.

State English Language Learning OK'd

Judge ends 21-year-old case with ruling favoring 'block' method

AZ Child Protection Agency Still Struggling

Report says backlog of cases grows, caseworker shortage continues

Bisbee May Face Challenge on Same-Sex Unions

Phoenix religious group warns of costly constitutional challenge

Immigrants train

Aspect of SB 1070 Back in Court

Brewer seeks lifting of enforcement ban on human trafficking section

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