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A popular tree for landscaping in the Sonoran desert was heavily damaged or died in February due to record-low temperatures in Southern Arizona. "Trees for Tucson" no longer recommends this tree and not just because of the cold.

Balancing Act: Growth, Conservation

Agencies work on 15-year plan to protect environment, allow growth

Arizona Budget puzzle

State Tax Revenues Slow

Legislative budget committee reports collections up, but below forecast

Isaías Noguez, Coordinator of Political Affairs and Outreach for the Mexican Consulate discusses the impact of the recent SB1070 ruling.

Mexico’s Economic Reform Affects AZ

State may benefit from imports, exports as manufacturing grows

A young visitor gazes at a fish inside the new Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum Aquarium.

AZ Illustrated Nature Episode, Feb. 20, 2013

Sonoran Desert's water connection, saving and conserving wildlife

Large snowflakes fell over Tucson for about an hour Wednesday.

'Blizzard' Gone, But More Rain Coming

Tucson gets rare snowfall; deep snow in mountains, rain elsewhere

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

McCain: Sequestration Will Cost AZ 49K Jobs

Senator tells Green Valley audience biggest impact would be defense

Strong Winter Storm Coming In

Gusty winds, rain and cold on the way; snow level just above Tucson

Clarke Romans, executive director of NAMI Southern Arizona, speaks about educating the public and dispel the myths around mental illness.

Mental Health Treatment Stymied by Stigma

NAMI works to raise awareness about behavorial issues

Hollywood at Home presents Once

An Irish street musician and a Czech immigrant collaborate on songs that reflect the story of their blossoming love. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Chia Lin Pao Tao, PhD, professor in the Asian American Studies department at the University of Arizona, discusses how the fine art of Chinese calligraphy contains benefits that extend into other aspects of life.

'Practice Calligraphy, Live Longer'

UA professor brings ancient art to her students

State of City: Focus on Economics

Rothschild calls for adding, expanding business, improving education

Esther Sternberg, Dir. of Research, UA Center for Integrative Medicine, discusses about her recent visit with the pope and her work on healing places.

Places Do Have Power to Heal

Neuroscientists show links between environment, health

Lance Angerhofer, exhibit builder,  Jan Johnson, keeper, Pete Oftedahl, curator of exhibits, and Debbie Hutchinson, aquarium biologist for Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discuss what occurs naturally, and what designers and curators have fabricated to look natural.

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, Feb. 19, 2013

Mind-body link in mental health, hide in plain sight at Desert Museum

A rescued bobcat takes a rest at the Tucson Wildlife Center.

New Beginnings for Wild Animals

Facility in Southern Arizona takes in hundreds of critters

A group of about 100 people protest enforcement of SB 1070 outside of Tucson Police Department in downtown Tucson.

Arrests Spark Protest of SB 1070 Enforcement

Tucson police says officers acted appropriately; activists call arrests unjust

Killer of Border Agent Faces Sentencing

Pleaded guilty in Brian Terry's 2010 shooting death north of Nogales

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