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Breaking from Tradition -- and Flourishing

Two unique schools held graduation ceremonies last week, claiming major successes with unconventional methods

Dr. Harold Agnew in 1945. He is holding the core component of the bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. This small box killed upwards of 70,000 people.

The World's Biggest Bomb

SECRETS OF THE DEAD shares the chilling story of the race between the U.S and Soviet Union to build the world’s biggest bomb. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

"Arizona Week" Episode 22 for June 10, 2011

Public policy specialists disagree on benefits of another 20 weeks for long-term unemployed

Full Interview with George Cunningham

Extended unemployment benefits aren't "about lazy people," says the Grand Canyon Institute chairman - watch the uncut interview here

Feature on a sleep expert who specializes in helping people with insomnia. This is a case involving a young woman who is so sleep deprived she is literally walking into walls, however after following specific instructions on how to get a good night's the change in her is like night and day.

The Secrets of Sleep

Sleep expert Richard Bootzin tackles the mysteries of insomnia, and helps treat an especially unusual case

Studio interview with Kacey Ernst with the UA College of Public Health regarding the E. coli breakout in Germany and whether something similar could happen here.

Cornering E. Coli

University of Arizona epidemiologist explains why the source of a recent German E. coli outbreak was so difficult to trace

Firefighters conduct night burnout operations to help strengthen the fireline and keep the blace from advancing.

Slideshow: On the Firefighting Frontlines

Containment efforts continue as Wallow Fire races to the New Mexico border

Arizona Week studio interview

More Unemployment, More Problems?

Public policy specialists disagree on benefits of another 20 weeks for long-term unemployed

Teachers' Voices with Stephen Goudinoff and Greer Parrish

Hear from two TUSD instructors about the challenges and triumphs of working with students with visual impairments.

Coronado Fire Manager: "Conditions Are Unprecedented"

With fire danger at historic high, there's nothing to stop mega-fires from claiming Arizona's forests, official says

"We're Going to Have Our Hands Full"

Mt. Lemmon's top firefighter, Fire Chief Randy Ogden, discusses current fire conditions in the Catalina Mountains, and the limited resources available to address them

Independent Lens: Two Spirits

Fred Martinez was one of the youngest hate-crime victims in modern history when he was brutally murdered at 16. Wednesday at 6 p.m. on World.

A Visit to Mt. Lemmon On the Eve of Forest Closure

Checking in with campers, residents and firefighters on the mountain, the day before extreme fire conditions close the Coronado

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