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The Highland Games
January 11, 2021

The Highland Games

A look back at the 2019 Highland Games, the festival will return in November 2021. (06:28)
Flor de Nopal
January 11, 2021

Flor de Nopal

Familial ties to the desert, a traditional musical upbringing, and discovery of identity inspire the songs of Flor de Nopal. (07:09)
January 8th - Ten Years
January 3, 2021

January 8th - Ten Years

A decade has passed since the tragic mass shooting tragedy in Tucson; we talk to survivors, witnesses, and medical personnel on the front lines that day.
Billy
November 22, 2020

Billy

Meet a Tucson musician whose life is a story of survival, persistence, and finding gratitude.
Wildlife and the Bighorn
November 15, 2020

Wildlife and the Bighorn

A look at some of the specific wildlife species that live in the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson and how wildfire impacts their existence. (07:17)
After the Burn
November 15, 2020

After the Burn

In the aftermath of the Bighorn Fire, researchers see a unique opportunity to better understand how fire impacts southern Arizona's delicate sky island ...
Lessons from the Chiricahuas
November 15, 2020

Lessons from the Chiricahuas

What happens to ecosystems after a wildfire or other major disturbances? (07:22)
OSIRIS-REx Touch-and-Go
November 8, 2020

OSIRIS-REx Touch-and-Go

A behind-the-scenes look at the successful capture of dust and pebbles from the surface of an ancient asteroid more than 200 million miles from Earth. (...
Mental Health and the Pandemic
November 8, 2020

Mental Health and the Pandemic

The psychological distress brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is deeply bound to social isolation and economic insecurity and has resulted in a global ...
Deidra Peaches, Filmmaker
November 1, 2020

Deidra Peaches, Filmmaker

Deidra Peaches' journey in filmmaking has taken her to Alaska, the Sundance Film Festival, and the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19. (05:52)
TSO's Digital Stage
November 1, 2020

TSO's Digital Stage

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-2021 season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but the music hasn’t stopped. (05:57)
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.
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