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Iskashitaa Refugee Network is a grass roots organization that helps rebuild refugee lives through their partnerships with volunteers and local organizations.

Refugees Find Sense of Place in Harvest

Mesquite bean gathering allows Tucson's new residents to connect

Lumie winners Renee Angle and Gail Browne talk about the University of Arizona's Poetry Center.

Lumies: Poetry for All

University of Arizona's Poetry Center receives honors

Two patches embroidered with evocative symbols: a bird in the clouds dropping a bomb. Is this a unit insignia?

History Detectives: World War II Patch

Learn the truth about an evocative symbol, a swatch of fabric, Native American clothing and a Lincoln signature. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

MARKET WARRIORS: Antiquing in Cumming, GA

Follow the pickers to Lakewood 400 Antiques Market near Atlanta as they look for vintage advertising. Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Episode 81: Solar Soars in the Desert

AZ utilities on track to power 100,000 customers from the sun by 2015

AZ Week: Solar Soars in the Desert

State's biggest utilities are on board, soon serving 100,000 customers

GMO Free Project of Tucson which is working with local restaurants to provide Pure Food Dinners.

Saying No to Genetically Modified Foods

Tucson group organizes 'pure food dinners' to inform restaurants, chefs, public

Laurence Fox as DS Hathaway and Kevin Whately and DI Lewis

Inspector Lewis V: The Indelible Stain

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY Lewis and Hathaway investigate the strangling of an American guest lecturer at Oxford. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Tucson Group Urges National Gun Plan

2011 shooting spree victims ask candidates to discuss reducing violence

Child car seats

New Law Requires Booster Seats For Kids in Cars

Requirement begins Aug. 2; public safety advocates urge proper installation

AZ Illustrated: Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Coping with PTSD, student veterans, mission to Mars

Soldier smells a flowers in a garden after returning from abroad.

Web Feature: Coming Home

Recovery program helps veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan reclaim their lives

Professor William Boynton, PhD and Assistant Professor Shane Byrne, PhD, both scientists from the Department of Planetary Sciences talk about the Curiosity Rover that is scheduled to land on Mars in August and the free open house  on Saturday, July 28th that The University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory will be hosting.

Minding Mars from Tucson

Scientists around world pay close attention to NASA mission

Radio Ad Claims Political Right in Pima Board Race

GOP candidate seeking supervisor's seat frames himself as conservative

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