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One of the most remarkable thoroughbred racehorses in history, Seabiscuit was the long shot that captured America's heart during the Depression. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Episode 26: Wildfire Controls: Politics or Science?

Elected officials posture for business interests vs. environmental protections

Spotlight image of Brenda Barton, R-Safford - Arizona State Representative, Dist. 5 for Arizona Week show July 8, 2011

Full interview with state Rep. Brenda Barton

Safford Republican discusses wildfire prevention through thinning, other scientific measures.

9/11 Flag Flies for Tucson Shooting Victims

An historic flag joins the Tucson community in remembering the tragic events of January 8

The monsoon made a big impact this week, and the wet weather was a welcome reprieve from our areas ongoing drought conditions.

Monsoon Stages Dramatic Entrance

Plants, and lovers of plants, rejoice

Wildfires Fan Political Flames

Thin Arizona's forests to stop fires, legislators urge, but others say it's not so simple

We speak to a couple of people about the monsoon with their different perspectives.

Monsoon Challenges Utilities, Researchers

Rains are welcome in drought-stricken Southern Arizona, but experts recommend care and precautions

Monsoon Driving

When do you turn around and go another way?

Slideshow: Scenes From Arizona's Copper Industry

Selected images from the "Copper At The Crossroads" radio series

LouRae Whitehead, director of animal care at the Tucson Wildlife Center, applies antibacterial cream to the burned feet of this red-tailed hawk.

Aiding Wildfire's Wilder Victims

Displaced and injured animals get help from Tucson educational and rescue centers

Barbara Jackson works at "Animal Health Express" in Tucson, a feed and livestock supply store where she's come across many ranchers who have been affected by the recent fires.

A Helping Hand for Ranchers and Livestock

Tucson business owner assists ranchers impacted by Arizona fires

Treating Tuberculosis In Mexico Benefits U.S. Border Towns

Learn how recent medical advances are helping doctors in Tijuana save lives on both sides of the border.

Abraham and Mary Lincoln pictured along with imagery of the White House and their marriage certificate.

American Experience

ABRAHAM AND MARY LINCOLN: A HOUSE DIVIDED Lincoln ascended to power at the most difficult time in U.S. history. Part 3 Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD

Regent Fred DuVal discusses plans to make the Arizona University System more effective.

Regents' Chair: No More Cuts for Universities

Fred DuVal calls on Legislature to "incentivize" campus programs with added funding

Kimberly Craft talks with Steve Kozachik Tucson City Council for Ward 6 about signs of fracture in the Republican delegation of Southern Arizona.

Political Focus: Council Fights Over Unspent Money

GOP Councilman Kozachik wants money for his ward's potholes; Dems want it pooled

Developers are hoping to meet the growing demand with high density housing units along business districts near the University of Arizona.

Student Housing Pressures Tucson Neighborhood

Residents, merchants split on new structure in West University district

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