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Feature on sleep apnea, a disorder that disrupts sleep and can lead to drowsiness, irritability and problems functioning.

Sleep Apnea On The Rise

Sleep expert explores link between obesity and sleep apnea

Arizona Week studio interview

University Foundations Emerge from Recession

Higher-education contributions are on the rise, fund-raising chiefs say

Demion Clinco talks about the history of Hotel Congress.

History Moment: Free Tour of Historic Green Homes

The historic and the modern meld in one place

We speak to two Tucson residents Brent Davis and Mark Mayer, who have concerns about the present city sign code that's being discussed at city council on Tuesday 28 Jun 11.

Proposed Sign Ordinance Leaves Questions Unanswered

Community activists have concerns about current proposal for a Tucson historic landmark sign ordinance

Did You Know.....?

The Conference/Green Room Reservation process

Fiscal Year End Countdown

With just days left before the end of the fiscal year, Arizona Public Media still needs to raise $153,000 to surpass our membership goal.

Across Southern Arizona, hundreds of unsolved murders await answers.

Living with a Cold Case

Homicide survivors face difficult journey when questions go unanswered

A Familiar Voice Says "Goodbye for Now"...

Journalist Ann Taylor has decided to leave the radio microphone behind after 22 years of newscasts for NPR.

Shelton, the Academic

Former UA president was above all else a professor and academician, faculty chair says, and for that he had faculty respect

Richard R. Bootzin, Ph.D. University of Arizona Professor of Psychology

Not Getting Enough Sleep?

UA sleep researcher offers tips and how-tos for better rest

The Fall of the Nursing Shortage

UA Dean of Nursing College discusses the pros and cons of a shift in nursing numbers and job availability

Thomas Hampson stars as the monk who tries to save the courtesan Thaïs, sung by Renée Fleming

Great Performances at the Met: Thaïs

Renée Fleming is the Egyptian courtesan and Thomas Hampson the monk who falls from grace in Massenet’s sensual opera. Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

National Geographic Bee

State Geographic Bee Winners compete for the National Bee Title. All have their eyes on one goal - to take top honors at the 23rd annual National Geographic Bee held in Washington, D.C. Watch Wednesday, June 29 at 4 p.m. on UA Channel..

We speak to the local director of the American Red Cross about the organization's work and demands, particularly during the massive fires in the state as well as other emergencies around the country.

When the Red Cross Needs Help

Multiple wildfires across the state stretch the local American Red Cross to its limits

Hundreds of Cold Cases Await Answers in Southern Arizona

Families and investigators seek new leads, closure in unsolved murders

A New Role for Nursing

The interdisciplinary model at work in the El Rio Community Health Clinic partners registered nurses and their patients

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