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The city of Tucson has a month-long birthday celebration each year. We are joined by Supervisor Richard Elias and Danielle Duarte to give us some of the highlights about the activities.

Tucson's Monthlong Birthday Celebration Kicks Off

Old Pueblo is officially 236 years old but dates back thousands of years.

The Dirt on Dust Devils

Researchers find complicated science behind the common whirlwinds

American Experience: Hoover Dam

More than 700 feet above the raging waters of the Colorado River, it was called one of the greatest engineering works in history. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

A black rat munches on corn in a field near Zamuang village in northeastern Mizoram.

NOVA: Rat Attack

The half-century bloom of a bamboo species leads to an explosion in the rat population in the Indian state of Mizoram. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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 The last 16 months of the Civil War – Gettysburg, the surrender at Appomattox and Lincoln’s assassination. Monday at 10 pm on PBS-HD.

Atop Mount Lemmon, north of Tucson, remnants of wildfire.

The Flood After the Fire

Timing of monsoon rains can be a mixed blessing on fire-scorched terrain

Pam White Speaks with Kenleigh Hobby of UA Race Track Industry Program.

Getting a Jockey's-Eye View

A helmet camera system brings horse racing home

Mark McLemore speaks with Roger L. Miesfeld a UA Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry.

Beating Mosquitoes At Their Own Game

Biochemistry research at the University of Arizona unlocks a promising new approach to ending mosquitoes' threat as disease carriers

Andrea Kelly interviews Tucson City Councilmember Regina Romero. Romero represents the city's west side ward one, and is seeking her second term in office.

Romero Seeks Second Council Term

Tucson's west side Ward One primary race features Democrat incumbent and challenger

Episode 29: Northern Arizona Tops State in Tourism Growth

Strategic business and public sector partnerships drive success, Flagstaff's mayor says

We are joined by Brooke Gebow, a scientist who studies fires for the Nature Conservancy.

Nature Conservancy Weighs in on Recent Fires

Preserve manager says fireless woodlands aren't necessarily a good thing

Study: Distraction Leads to Child Deaths in Hot Cars

Distracted parents, change of schedules cited as primary reason for parents forgetting their youngsters in back seats

Lisa Napoli wrote the book "Radio Shangri-la" about her experience in Bhutan and now she is visiting Tucson to do what she can to help refugees adjust to their new lives in America.

From "Radio Shangri-La" to Refugee Aid

After finding herself in the kingdom of Bhutan, Lisa Napoli is helping Bhutanese refugees find their way in the U.S.

The five History Detectives (from L-R) Gwen Wright, Eduardo Pagan, Tukufu Zuberi, Elyse Luray and Wes Cowan.

History Detectives

History Detectives investigate the history of a hand-drawn map, taken from the body of a Japanese soldier during the battle of Iwo Jima. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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