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Arizona Public Media to Live Stream “Genomics Now" UA Science Lecture Series 2013

"Genomics Tomorrow" is a panel discussion that will bring together this series' five esteemed presenters, Wednesday, March 6, at 7 p.m.

Casino Opening Near Flagstaff

Navajos' Twin Arrows facility on I-40 location hiring 800 workers

President Obama

UPDATE: Obama Adds Emotion to Immigration Debate

In Las Vegas speech, he says, 'Most of us used to be them'

Weather Brings Hazardous Conditions

Snow, ice, flooding, all followed by freeze Tuesday night

Military Suicides Rise; Solutions Sought

Southern Arizona mental health experts work to stem tide

Diane Rehm: Audio Books

The growing popularity of audio books. Weekdays 9-11 a.m. on NPR 89.1 FM/1550. AM.

Objection to TUSD School Closures Filed

Desegregation plaintiffs say 'racial concentration' would be affected

State Overpaid Some Schools, Underpaid Others

$38M will be paid to catch up; $6M to be taken from others


New Roads Shorted in AZ Funding

Transportation official says maintenance, modernization are priorities

DREAM students supporting education over deportation.

UPDATE: Senators Push Immigration Reform

Path to citizenship included; Obama's plan comes Tuesday

Doc Martin: Cats And Sharks

Bert Large's restaurant is in trouble and he can’t afford the food for a charity event for Florence Dingle's cat sanctuary. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

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