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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

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild talks about his first fourteen months in office and his upcoming state of the city address.

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, Feb. 18, 2013

State of the City preview, TUSD ethnic studies, Tucson road repairs

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild talks about his first fourteen months in office and his upcoming state of the city address.

State of Tucson: 14 Months in Review for New Mayor

Rothschild focused on economy, rebuilding city, working with Rio Nuevo

Officials Seek to Beef Up City Hall Security

New plan would include a full-time Tucson Police Department officer stationed onsite

David Sbarra, associate professor & director of clinical training at the University of Arizona Department of Psychology, and Mary-Frances O’Connor, Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona Department of Psychology, discuss how the impact of mental illness can reach well beyond the mind.

Research Reveals Mind-Body Link in Behavioral Health

Researchers beginning to learn why mental illness raises risk of early death

Plan for Tucson road repairs under $100 million bond issue.

Road Bonds to Fund Tucson Repairs

Voter-approved increase in property taxes to pay for work that starts in fall

TUSD board members Mark Stegeman, Adelita Grijalva discuss ethnic studies courses.

District Caught Between Feds, State

2 TUSD board members discuss opposing views on Mexican American curriculum

Genomics and the Complexity of Life

Genomics Now: Science Series 2013

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