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U.S. Guns, But No U.S. Access

Recently released Wikileaks cables reveal Mexican government denied U.S. agencies access to seized weapons, throws claims of the guns' U.S. origins into question

Kimberly Craft talks with Carlos Galvani MD of UA Associate Professor of Surgery about Bariatric Surgery.

UMC Pioneers New Obesity Therapy

Surgeon who developed less invasive surgical approach to treat obesity hopes for profound impacts

Kimberly Craft talks with Joe Abraham Director of the UA Department of Sustainability about Earth Day.

Celebrating Earth Day All Week

University of Arizona to offer series of Earth Day activities highlight that, while progress has been made, there's more work still to come

Poetics and Politics: Leslie Marmon Silko

A series at the UA Poetry Center

FRONTLINE: Post Mortem

A result of a collaborative reporting with NPR and ProPublica, this program investigates the crisis in death investigation in America. Tuesday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD.

A single lupine plant was the first sign of the return of life on Mt. St. Helens.

Mount St. Helens: Back From The Dead

NOVA explores Mount St. Helens, where plant and animal life have returned to the barren landscape of the mountain. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Chuy's Busted For Illegal Hiring

Father-son owners of 15 restaurants in Arizona and California arrested for hiring illegal immigrants

Itzel Apodaca is one of only five students from Arizona who will be going to the Special Olympics in Greece this summer. We go to Marana High School where she studies.

Going for Gold

Itzel Apodaca is one of only five students from Arizona who will compete in the Special Olympics this summer

Kimberly Craft interviews Ishmael Khaldi, an Israeli Ariab Beduin diplomat.

From Shepherd to Diplomat

Ishmael Khaldi, a Bedouin nomad and Israel's first high-ranking Muslim diplomat, advises the Israeli Foreign Ministry

51 Homes for the Homeless

As part of a national program, Tucson targets roots of homelessness

April 27, 1913- This Day in Arizona History

Newspaper advertises free trips to LA

April 26, 1932- This Day in Arizona History

UA Payroll Cut By 10%

April 25, 1854- This Day in Arizona History

Gadsden Purchase Signed

April 24, 1880- This Day in Arizona History

St. Mary’s Hospital Opens

April 22, 1926- This Day in Arizona History

Josephine Brawley Hughes Dies

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