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Drought Conditions Ease Slightly For Parts Of Arizona

Summer rains have helped, but forecasters worry a dry winter may be on the horizon

Masterpiece Mystery Inspector Lewis

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY Inspector Lewis: Dark Matter

The Master of Gresham College is found dead at the foot of the University Observatory; suspicion points to the staff. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Federal Charges Filed Against Two Accused Of Starting Wallow Fire

Indictment claims the men left a campfire unattended, leading 538,000 acres to burn

Code for Editorial Ethics and Practices

Question and Answer Session

UA Boasts 'Largest, Smartest and Most Diverse Freshman Class'

University continues to see a rise in enrollment, attracting an intelligent and diverse population.

Construction On New UA Scoreboard Nearly Complete

Three-month project snarls traffic, as workers build one of the largest scoreboards in the NCAA

PRO Neighborhoods offers annual grants from $500 to $5,000. But it's not only about funding - the group also teaches people how to organize a community, how to increase involvement and how to start a project.

Nonprofit Provides Funding for Grass-Roots Projects

PRO Neighborhoods tackles graffiti, youth involvement, beautification

The smallpox vaccine diluent in a syringe along side a vial of Dryvax® dried smallpox vaccine.

Researchers Probe Dramatic Drop In Vaccinations

Arizona parents choosing not to vaccinate their children has doubled in a single decade

PRO Neighborhoods offers annual grants from $500 to $5,000. But it's not only about funding - the group also teaches people how to organize a community, how to increase involvement and how to start a project.

Neighborhood Associations Proliferate in Tucson

PRO Neighborhoods works to build strong communities in 130 ways

We are joined by Kristen Nelson, of Casa Libre en la Solana, which was honored as Emerging Arts Organization this year.

Casa Libre en la Solana Wins Lumie

A non-academic organization honing writer's skills

Lucio Gallo as Jack Rance in The Metropolitan Opera's presentation of Puccini's "La Fanciulla del West" conducted by San Francisco Music Director Nicola Luisotti in Giancarlo Del Monaco's 1991 production.


<b>LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST</b> Puccini’s wild-west opera, based on David Belasco’s play, made its world premiere in 1910 at the Met. Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Caitlin Harrington interviews UA Career Services Special Events Senior Coordinator and Director about upcoming employment/career fairs.

Student Employment Fair Scheduled Wednesday

Helping students find jobs and internships as fall semester begins

Gloria Smith is a local historian and a former lecturer in the University of Arizona's Black Studies Program.

The Story of the Black Conquistador

Juan Garrido, a West African man who traveled the Americas with the Cortés expedition of 1533

Pam White interviews a member of the Spanish Barb Horse Association, an organization that is preserving a breed that was brought by the Spanish Conquistadors to Mexico.

Spanish Barb: The Horse that Discovered America

Arizona's heritage, history reflected in this hardy steed

Tony Paniagua speaks to the director of the Children's Action Alliance in Southern Arizona, a group in the state that promotes programs and policies that help children and their families in different areas such as health, education and juvenile justice.

Forum on Education to Advance Action for Children

Arizona group is working to reduce childhood poverty on several fronts

Kickin’ It West on Route 66

Desert Speaks and Burt Wolf: Travel and Traditions continue travel on Historic Route 66. Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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