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Riding a Bike? Drink Plenty of Water

Desert's dry heat deceives because it conceals perspiration


MAY 2012 (KUAT)

Collecting Light: An Exploration of Arizona Astronomy

Special radio series airing May 21st – 25th at 6:30 a.m. on NPR 89.1/1550AM

5/18/2012 Preview

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Humpty (dog) the Pitbull is one of many examples that Pitbulls are a family dogs, rather portraying the reputation for being aggressive.

Calling All Bulldogs: It's Roundup Time

That includes pit bulls, a misunderstood breed, advocates say

7th Annual FAIR for Educators

Next FREE PBS LearningMedia training for teachers is June 19th

Executive Director of the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona, Laura Penny (left), and Diane Pearce, Ph. D. (right) of the Center for Women's Welfare discuss "The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Arizona 2012" which addresses the financial needs of families to make ends meet without public or private assistance.

Federal Poverty Measure Out of Date, Advocate Says

Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona pushes new self-sufficiency standard

Graduate Student of Journalism and Middle Eastern Studies, Britain Eakin, is traveling to Egypt this month to work as a reporter for a newspaper in Tahrir Square during the elections. Here she discusses what she expects while she's there for the summer of 2012.

New Egyptian Media Landscape Takes Shape

Press in Egypt gaining freedoms, adapting amid creation of new government

Hollywood at Home presents Papillon

A safecracker, unjustly convicted of murder in 1930s France, tries to escape from Devil's Island. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.


JUNE 2012 (Frontline Episodes)


JUNE 2012 (KUAT)

AZ Legislature Puts 7 Measures on Nov. 6 Ballot

Voters to decide business tax, natural resources proposals

Gov. Brewer Vetoes Volunteerism Bill

Statute to commend exceptional students not needed, she says

The Galileoscope is a high-quality low cost telescope kit developed for the International Year Of Astronomy 2009 by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers, and science educators. No matter where you live you can see the celestial wonders that Galileo first glimpsed 400 years ago that still enthrall stargazers today.

Proposed AZ Standards Aim for 'Deeper Learning'

Public has two weeks to comment on new science standards

Crown King Fire Tops 14,000 Acres

Fire restrictions in effect; the outlook in Coronado National Forest

Collecting Light Part 1: The Popular Science of Public Observatories

Sky-gazing programs on Kitt Peak and Mt. Lemmon indulge public's sense of wonder

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