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Teachers' Voices with Ofelia Zepeda and Meredith Kupinski

Two educators talk about a new program where teachers - instead of students - are asked to become immersed in the indigenous culture of their school.

AZ Top State For Entrepreneurs, CNN Says

Expert says momentum for creating new businesses here needs to continue

Elder Abuse Cases On The Rise

Expert says that physical abuse is only one facet of a growing problem facing seniors all across the nation

Drunk at the Funeral

A conversation with Tucson-based musician and composer Chris Black about the unique vision behind his latest work, an illustrated album of music for piano and percussion.

Dark Skies Waning

Film "The City Dark" explores effects of light pollution on human evolution and astronomy

Pima County Seeking New Top Health Official

Retirements lead to possible consolidation of two top jobs

The monastery's above-ground well holds more than 2,000 gallons of rainwater and is used for irrigation.

Turning Monsoons Into Big Savings

Tucson Water offers rebates to single-family customers who harvest rainwater

Dozens of Tortoises in Need of Homes

The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is at capacity, offering adoptions

Should We Call It Downtownology?

Science may help fuel redevelopment of Tucson's core

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, July 5, 2012

Being Hohokam for the summer, science comes to downtown, and more

"City of Bears." Nadie and cubs in sedge meadow during mating season.

Bears of the Last Frontier: City of Bears

Join NATURE as it tracks bears feasting on the riches of summer. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Your Vote 2012 AZPM Election Coverage

AZ Open Primary Proponents File Petitions

Proposed initiative would dramatically change state elections

A Hohokam arrowhead, among the artifacts Tucson children are studying at archaeological summer camp at Agua Caliente Park.

Ancient Culture Inspires Young Minds

Children experience life as Hohokam in summer camp

Drone Use Increases Along Mexican Border

Homeland Security employs 10 pilotless craft along Arizona, Texas lines

FRONTLINE: Endgame: AIDS in Black America

Explore the history of the AIDS epidemic, infecting over half a million black men, women and children in the United States. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Colorado River Flows Being Increased

Simulated floods expected to restore Grand Canyon's natural features

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