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Bisbee Buildings II

Continue the tour with Tucson architect Bob Vint, who is a big fan of Bisbee.

From the Vault: Old Tucson Fire

Tragic fire at Old Tucson Studios in 1995.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 137

Monsoon Wildlife; Native Harvest; Bisbee Buildings I; Favorite Places: Cushing Street Courtyard

Dusty Tuckness

Riding a 2000-pound-bull that wants you off his back is an unpredictable endeavor.

Bisbee Buildings

Touring Bisbee with Tucson architect Bob Vint

Monsoon Wildlife

The hot and humid monsoon sends a lot of people looking for cover and relief indoors, but it’s an ideal time for many critters to explore the outdoors.

Saving Jude

Three-year-old Jude Anderson has been fighting cancer for half his life, but there’s love and magic in his battle.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 136

Saving Jude, Sign Spinners and Yuma Territorial Prison.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 135

The New Americans; Flags for the Flagless; Tucson 1776; Favorite Places: Arizona Inn

New Americans

The United States is a nation of immigrants and each year thousands of new immigrants take the oath of allegiance to the U.S. at naturalization ceremonies across the country.

Flags for the Flagless

TPD officer Charley Foley wanted to give back to the community so he founded a group that is restoring flagpoles and bringing back Old Glory to different spots around the city, especially downtown and midtown Tucson where he patrols.

Tucson 1776

Local historians give us a glimpse at life in Southern Arizona in July 1776.

Stories About Fathers

Just what is that makes a good father? For all you dads out there, at what moment did you realize you were 'a father'? We put those questions and more to several people and here's what they said...

Arizona Illustrated Episode 134

Fathers and Fatherhood

Arizona Illustrated Episode 133

Hot and Getting Hotter; Lemmon Rock Lookout; Michelle Kirlew's Story: An Update; Favorite Places: Art Brown's Office

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