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A Hohokam arrowhead, among the artifacts Tucson children are studying at archaeological summer camp at Agua Caliente Park.

Ancient Culture Inspires Young Minds

Children experience life as Hohokam in summer camp

Drone Use Increases Along Mexican Border

Homeland Security employs 10 pilotless craft along Arizona, Texas lines

FRONTLINE: Endgame: AIDS in Black America

Explore the history of the AIDS epidemic, infecting over half a million black men, women and children in the United States. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Colorado River Flows Being Increased

Simulated floods expected to restore Grand Canyon's natural features

Hollywood at Home presents Dial M for Murder

Alfred Hitchcock mixes suspense and mystery with dangerous romance in the story of a three cornered love affair that leads to murder. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

AZ Voter Registration Down Slightly

3.1M on rolls approaching Aug. 28 primary election

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Fireworks for the Fourth, Cuppa Joe downtown, aid for veterans

Fourth Could Bring Weather Fireworks

Forecasters say lots of monsoon moisture coming in for holiday

TEP to Seek 15% Rate Increase

Electric utility looking to recoup $1B in system investements

'A' Mountain Fireworks for the Fourth

Tucson's annual celebration continues long tradition

your vote 2012 AZPM election coverage

Thursday is Deadline To File Initiative Proposals

Efforts to change state law must turn in petitions by 5 p.m.

Ricardo Pereyda, the President of the University of Arizona Student Veterans of America addresses issues affecting veterans who are transitioning back to civilian life.

From Service Member to Civilian

Local programs are helping returning veterans

Anthropology Interns Help the Seed Lending Library Grow

A Renewable resource is now on loan at Pima County Public Libraries

Madera Canyon Trail Work Starting Soon

$50K project will improve safety, life of trails, plus restroom accessibility

Entrance sign to the Coronado National Forest along Catalina Highway.

Crowds Expected in Coronado Forest for the Fourth

Fire restrictions, changing weather call for caution, rangers warn

EXO Roast, a new coffee roasting company, has opened in downtown Tucson and the owners are banking on a boon in business as the area prepares for the arrival of the modern streetcar.

Social Consciousness and Coffee: Now Downtown

Roaster seeks to craft local business attuned to environmental sustainability

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