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The Myths and Facts Of Fire

Expert says fires are a fact of life in the Southwest and local communities should address that reality

We speak to the new science and operations officer for the National Weather Service in Tucson. Among the different topic are the ongoing drought and the expected monsoon.

Monsoon Begins Wednesday, June 15th

As the rainy season kicks in, local meteorologist discusses the conditions required for a good monsoon

Regents to Hold National Search for Shelton's Replacement

As UA President Robert Shelton sets out to repair Fiesta Bowl's reputation, the campus community looks at what's next

Shelton: Fiesta Bowl Must Move Forward

UA President Robert Shelton talks about what's next for him and the Fiesta Bowl

interview with George Cunningham, chair of the Grand Canyon Institute.

A Different Message

Centrist think tank begins work in Arizona, says it will seek to influence public policy decisions with economics, not ideology

Tucson has come to be known as somewhat of a haven for the musical traditions of mariachi. And of course the international mariachi conference is well known, and attracts hundreds of people musicians and educators each year. But theres another Tucson tradition that has steadily been fostering the future generations of budding musicians for a few weeks each summer. Its a summer camp devoted to mariachi music, where the kids get daily training on their instrument of choice. Alfredo Valenzuela began the summer camp more than a decade ago. and hes taught music for more than 40 years, during which time hes mentored thousands of students. He says the award winning mariachi program here at Davis Bilingual magnet school began when he approached the principal about expanding the music program.

Mariachi Camp Makes Its Mark

Musical education program brings the mariachi tradition to Tucson youth

The UA's College of Education is getting a $1.55 M to help it redesign its Early Childhood Education Program. The money from the Helios Education Foundation which is helping communities in Arizona and Florida. The 4-year grant is allowing a partnership: CREATE, Communities as Resources in Early Childhood Teacher Education.

Early Education Gets a Boost

Foundation funds new partnership, program redesign for University of Arizona's College of Education

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Shelton Stepping Down

UA President Robert Shelton resigns to head the Fiesta Bowl

Even though the low literacy rate in Arizona was identified as a high priority issue at the Regional Town Hall Meetings in 2007, until recently there were several different literacy non-profits struggling to make ends meet. Now, in order to further their mission, five of those groups are coming together to act as one. Here's Mark McLemore to tell us more...

The New Tucson Literacy Movement

To better serve the community during difficult financial times, five local literacy groups are uniting.

June 27, 1926- This Day in Arizona History

Prehistoric animal is uncovered near Arivaca

June 26, 2007- This Day in Arizona History

Biosphere 2 Changes Hands

June 25, 1888- This Day in Arizona History

Arizona’s First Ostrich Farm

June 24, 1872- This Day in Arizona History

St. Johns Founded

June 23, 1969- This Day in Arizona History

90 Inch Telescope dedicated at Kitt Peak

June 22, 1857- This Day in Arizona History

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