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Grand Mama Jones
October 25, 2020

Grand Mama Jones

Grand Mama Jones, as she is known in her family, has been a rock for everyone around her. (07:32)
Sheriff Estrada
October 25, 2020

Sheriff Estrada

For the first time since the 1990s, Santa Cruz County will have a new sheriff elected to office this November with the retirement of Tony Estrada. (06:28)
Politics as Unusual
October 25, 2020

Politics as Unusual

Research reveals that we might not be as politically polarized as we think. (03:23)
The Muralist
October 18, 2020

The Muralist

Jessica Gonzales transforms walls into vibrant art. (8:04)
Just Listen: It Won't Matter
October 18, 2020

Just Listen: It Won't Matter

Community leaders Sam Brown and Debi Chess share their experiences in the final installment of the "Just Listen" series. (3:38)
The Shadow Pandemic
October 18, 2020

The Shadow Pandemic

For many victims of domestic violence, sheltering in place with their abusers poses even greater risks to their well-being than contracting coronavirus ...
Miles to Go
October 11, 2020

Miles to Go

Two Tucson doctors travel the Midwest on bikes to talk to people about the US healthcare system (9:42)
Just Listen: Empathetic Listening 101
October 11, 2020

Just Listen: Empathetic Listening 101

How can we have healthy and transformative conversations about racial equality? (2:48)
Hearing Isaiah
October 11, 2020

Hearing Isaiah

Young Tucson environmentalist Isaiah Haley is cause for hope and optimism about a clean, safe, and more sustainable future (8:00)
Power Connectors
October 3, 2020

Power Connectors

The UA Center for Innovation is hosting inventors from around the country who are competing for the American-Made Solar Prize, a national contest to fin...
Just Listen: Assume No Harm
October 3, 2020

Just Listen: Assume No Harm

A healthy conversation requires active listening. Sam Brown and Debi Chess, two cultural leaders in southern Arizona’s black community, explore what it ...
The Return of the Drive-In
October 3, 2020

The Return of the Drive-In

During the summer of 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic shutdown conventional movie theaters and physical distancing made it difficult for people to gathe...
The Bahidaj Harvest
August 7, 2020

The Bahidaj Harvest

For thousands of years the Tohono O’odham have lived in the Sonoran Desert and for much of that time harvested the Bahidaj, the fruit of the Saguaro.
Arizona Oceanographer
August 3, 2020

Arizona Oceanographer

The effects of climate change are all around us.. University of Arizona professor Joellen Russell reveals how the Antarctic is helping Arizona keep its ...
Reopening Safer
August 3, 2020

Reopening Safer

With the reopening of the campus nearing, the University of Arizona’s plan to Test, Trace and Treat is critical to making it safe. Testing and treating ...
The Keeper of The Schedules
August 3, 2020

The Keeper of The Schedules

While women have slowly made economic and professional gains over the last half-century, the pandemic is revealing and exacerbating gender inequality in...
Here to Help
July 28, 2020

Here to Help

People helping people, a positive result of the pandemic.
Selling Water
July 28, 2020

Selling Water

Should Colorado River water be used to grow alfalfa or subdivisions in the Phoenix metropolitan area?
Myth and The West
July 28, 2020

Myth and The West

Cody Young, Old Tucson Studios, and the legacy of Westerns in film.
Arizona's Rainforest
July 20, 2020

Arizona's Rainforest

A towering canopy of evergreen trees and a lush forest floor dripping with an almost continuous rainfall…just north of Tucson.
Pieces of Time
July 20, 2020

Pieces of Time

The Arizona State Museum’s photographic collection is a powerful window in time… for the museum’s staff and Arizona’s indigenous people.
On The Line
July 20, 2020

On The Line

Frontline health care workers are facing chronic stress that threatens both their physical and mental health. While they take care of the sick, who is l...
Absence of Presence
July 10, 2020

Absence of Presence

Many cultural institutions are designed around community interaction and physical presence., but what happens when physical distancing prevents us from ...
Gordon Hirabayashi
July 10, 2020

Gordon Hirabayashi

The legacy of Gordon Hirabayashi and the internment camp on Mount Lemmon.
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