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Koala with joey on a tree, learning to adapt to the consequences of urbanization and habitat erosion.

Nature: Cracking the Koala Code

Join leading scientists as they unravel what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Tree Rings Tell Ancient Tales

Dendrochronologists interpret environmental data from tree rings in a hidden UA lab

3/20/12

Child Protectives Agency Gets Crime Probe Power

New law sets up criminal investigations office for CPS, adds training

Passenger Rail Between Tucson-Phoenix Studied

Advocates call it economic driver; politicians say make it public-private

Tattooed man looks through a microscope.

Web Feature: Arsenic and Old Toenails

Researchers turn to clippings to track Arizonans’ arsenic exposure

Rain Helps Quell Border Wildfire

95% contained at 9,000 acres; most crews sent home

Colorado River Chief Will Coordinate Regional Issues

Working for National Park Service and with local, state, U.S. agencies

Miranda Named Tucson City Manager

Role becomes permanent for former TPD chief and deputy manager

Construction projects move forward in tough economy

RTA Studies Process For Changing Road Projects

Six years into voter-approved, 20-year transportation plan, road widening reconsidered

Construction on Tucson's modern streetcar has begun, and businesses along the route are having to carry on with the inconvenience of detours and limited access to 4th avenue, Congress Street, and University Blvd.

Modern Streetcar Construction Disrupts Downtown

Tucson businesses endure hardship for 'prize at the end of the tunnel'

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Light rail and businesses, bomb-eating bugs and child care funding

Jim Field (Left) a PhD  professor and chair of the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona, and Christopher Olivares (right) a student in the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona talk about bomb eating bugs.

Explosive Idea: Bomb-Eating Bugs

Find out how some tiny bacteria could help environmental cleanup

Maricopa Sheriff Arpaio

Feds Notify Arpaio of Civil Rights Suit

Maricopa sheriff accused of racially profiling Latinos; he denies it

Penelope Jacks the southern AZ director of Children's Action Alliance talks about children and the newly approved state budget.

Child Protective Services Funding Lauded

But jeers for state budget's attention to other child health issues

High Winds Elicit Air Quality Advisory

Pima County environmental officials suggest limited outdoor activity

Tucsonan Wins Ride into Space

Wins final challenge, a run around the top of Seattle Space Needle

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