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Isael Sanchez, at the Jump Start summer program.

New Summer Program Preps Kids for Kindergarten

Teachers say many 5-year-olds starting school for the first time Thursday will be better prepared

An orangutan feeling under the weather recuperates in the clinic.

Orangutan Diary

The team embarks on one of the biggest releases they have ever attempted. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Ancient, Rare Pottery Found in S. AZ

Border agents make discovery at Organ Pipe Cactus Monument


West Nile Leads to Mosquito Fogging

Pinal County reports insects caught in traps test positive for disease

Students at University High School

High School + 4 Years of Math = Anxiety

New state requirement takes effect with Class of '13

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable, Friday, July 27, 2012

Tucson Mayor Rothschild starts out our weekly analysis of poliical happenings

The Evolving Rules of Online Behavior

Study looks at why people act differently online than in real life

The Evolving Rules of Online Behavior

Study looks at why people act differently online than in real life

 Carolyn Lukensmeyer becomes the first executive director at Tucson-based National Institute for Civil Discourse which was founded after the January 2011 shootings in Tucson.

Institute for Civil Discourse Gauging Public Opinion

Poll results show moderate voters 'ashamed' at politician behavior

Deadline to Register for Aug. 28 Election is Monday

Submit registration online or post it by 11:59 July 30

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Mid-Year Real Estate Update: Slow Recovery Persists

First half of 2012 was better, Tucson market slowing now

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, July 26, 2012

Tohono Chul mesquite harvest, genetically modified foods, Lumie awards

Teachers' Voices with Jacquelyn Jackson and Bruce Orach

Find out how community support is keeping classrooms stocked with some essential items that most school districts can no longer afford.

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

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