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Feature on memory and aging and a memory researcher looking at what may be the risk factors for dementia and Alzheimer's.

Mapping the Limits of Memory

Psychologist and brain researcher Lee Ryan examines how aging alters the brain's ability to remember

Finding a Home for Medical Marijuana

As state finalizes regulations about medical marijuana, local residents look for dispensary sites--and find a host of complex requirements

Feature on renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Carol Barnes, who is looking at the brain at the molecular level to learn more about what happens to the brain as we get older.

Aging and Memory

University of Arizona neuroscientist studies how memory changes as the brain ages

Copper at the Crossroads Part 1: Boosters & Reformers

Series starts with a look at copper's past and present and how it came to be an economic driver.

Arms Trafficking: The Border's Secret Business

ATF reports and private State Department cables reveal a rise in heavy-caliber weapons and grenades smuggled south

Zora's Roots

Zora Neale Hurston was a talented researcher, natural observer and gifted storyteller. Tuesday at 7 p.m. on PBS-World.

Full Interview with Anne Mariucci

Board of Regents chair says funding cuts to the state's public universities bode ill for the economy -- watch the complete interview

Kimberly Craft discusses Father Eusebio Kino's heritage and plans to commemorate the 300th year of his death  with Diana Hadley and Gloria Alvillar, from Friends of Tucson's Birthplace.

300 Years of History

Supporters planting mission gardens to remember the spirit of Father Eusebio Kino

Christopher Conover talks with Paul Eckerstrom about his political committee, Start Our State.

Is Baja Arizona for Real?

The leader of a local movement to secede from the state joins this Arizona Illustrated Political Focus to explain his controversial quest

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, tells us more about the historic "Valley of the Moon."

History Moment: Valley of the Moon

Valley of the Moon, a Fairy Tale Garden

The Oldest Question: Is there Life Beyond Earth?

Lecture 6 in the 2011 Science Series

Episode 9: Business and the Skilled Workforce

Another round of funding cuts to the state's public universities bodes ill for the economy, regent chair says

Our state's economic recession has had a big impact on organizations like The Humane Society of Southern Arizona. They now have to work harder to find the funding they need to deal with the ever-growing population of stray, abandoned, and abused animals.

A Humane Touch

New Humane Society of Southern Arizona vice-president Kerri Burns brings first-hand experience with animal rescues and law enforcement

Bernadette Peters sings with the Tucson Symphony

The stage and screen diva talks about her upcoming Tucson concert, her passion for the songs of Stephen Sondheim, and her love of dogs.

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