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Rev. Carla Williams, Associate Pastor at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, discusses ties between health and faith.

Faith Communities Fight Mental Health Stigma with Faith

Southern Arizona faith leaders, congregations seek to serve those living with mental illness

Technology contributor, Jason Katterhenry, has been following the new anti-piracy policy that went live on the web at the end of February and tells us what he has been hearing.

New Anti-Piracy Program getting Buzz on the Web

Will 6-strikes affect you?

Rev. Carla Williams, Associate Pastor at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, discusses ties between health and faith.

Researchers Study Links between Spirituality and Wellness

How do belief systems affect your health?

Flake Votes Against Universal Background Checks

AZ residents had urged a 'yes' vote, Flake previously said he doesn't support such measure

A Life in Photography

Nathan Lyons with Jessica McDonald at the UA Center for Creative Photography

Spotting Pan-STARRS

Comet visible in western sky just after sunset tonight

Dr. Oren Lyons

Vine Deloria, Jr. Distinguished Indigenous Scholars Series

A technology company unveils a new camera designed to aide in border security.

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, March 11, 2013

Technology along border, PCC immigrant tuition, legislative harmony

A technology company unveils a new camera designed to aide in border security.

Tucson Companies Provide Border Tech

High-tech solutions to enhance security on display

Detained Youth Hear From 'Raw' Author

Teens say library inside detention center gives them relatable books

Tales from the Loft

Sy Johnson: Jazz arranger, orchestrator, pianist, writer and photographer

Traffic camera

Limits Put on AZ Traffic Cameras

House bill requires cities to show there's safety problem first

Brenda Even, Chair of the Pima Community College governing board, discusses the recent vote to grant in-state tuition to students with temporary legal immigration status.

PCC Immigrant Tuition Plan Explained

Chair says many issues still to be settled for deferred deportation students

TUSD's Mexican American Studies Program has officially been shut down and books related to the curriculum have been removed from classrooms as well. A Latino literary organization based in Houston Texas organized a caravan of authors and activists to deliver a supply of books in question to students and teachers. When Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal ruled that TUSD Mexican American Studies classes violated state law, libraries from 11 schools requested the books and district spokeswoman Cara Rene now says there are 112 copies of these books throughout the district.

Judge Upholds Law Banning Tucson's Mexican American Studies

Students, teachers in TUSD lose challenge after classes eliminated

Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham, discusses the fifteen million dollar deficit that the city has to work with next fiscal year.

Tucson to Fill $15M Budget Gap

Councilman says rising costs of pensions to blame

Brewer to Release Medicaid Plan

Draft legislation coming Tuesday; political fight seen

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