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Photographer Strives to Capture Vanishing Culture

Scott Baxter travels the state to record the ranching tradition

Acting Assistant Vice Chancellor at Pima Community College Dolores DurĂ¡n-Cerda, PhD talks about the upcoming elections in Mexico.

Mexican Presidential Election Draws Professor's Interest

Academic says Arizonans can learn from elections south of the border

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Web Feature: A New Chance for Mental Health?

With some state funding restored, patients and providers plan the future of mental health care

Queen Victoria at age 78. The photo was taken in 1897, the year of her Diamond Jubilee.

Queen Victoria's Empire

The Moral Crusade/The Scramble for Africa Examine the battle for control of the British government and British colonization in Africa. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

UA President Looks Back At His Year

Weeks before retirement, Sander shares memories of decades in higher ed

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Summer solstice, great-grandma goes to school, refugees celebrate

Tucson Water Offers Rebates for Harvesting Rainwater

Amount could be as high as $2,000, depending on circumstances

Mother and daughter of a refugee family celebrating the 4th annual RefugeeFEST that is taking place Saturday, June 23rd 2012.

Tucson World RefugeeFEST This Weekend

Annual gathering celebrates with food, music, soccer tournament

$140,181 to go by June 30th!

Your support is needed now to help end the fiscal year strong!

$145,962 to go by June 30th!

Your support is needed now to help end the fiscal year strong!

Graduate Student of the UA School of Music, Matthew Whitehouse talks about the summer solstice and how different cultures have celebrated it.

Summer Solstice, Music, Indigenous Cultures

UA student connects dots among various interests

78 year-old GED Graduate Mary Bowman received her GED at Pima Community College.

Never Too Late for 78-year-old Great-Grandmother

Tucson resident earns her GED this year, 62 years after leaving high school

Arizona Budget puzzle

State Revenues Slow But Still at Surplus

Corporate refund, other factors push May collections down 9.2%

Arizona Schools Get Millions To Fix Flawed IT System

A federal grant will help improve a data system of student academic records

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