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Lifeline for Students: Youth on their Own

Youth On Their Own, a Tucson non-profit group, is helping students attend classes and graduate from high school.

Be Lezo Like - Remembering the life and legacy of former UA hurdler Lezo Urreiztieta

Since 2014, friends and family gather for an annual camping trip to remember their son, brother, cousin, and teammate.

Bisbee Special

Episode 1021

Ayudantes en la Frontera (The Border Helpers)

Mark Adams and Miriam Maldonado Escobar found a new community and a new purpose helping vulnerable migrants at the border.

How Tucson Families Advocated for Better Mental Health Services

The Schorr’s Dining Table is where the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Southern Arizona (NAMISA) was born.

Santa Cruz River Cleanup

Picking up trash and sowing wildflowers with The Sonoran Institute

Desert Plants: The Desert Hackberry

The Desert Hackberry, Celtis pallida, is ideal for creating habitat for wildlife while helping pollinators.

Bobcats Among Us

Bobcats are thriving in metropolitan Tucson in spite of the community's growth in the Sonoran Desert.

Meet the 93 Year-old Founder of Tucson's Drawing Studio

As a teaching artist, Andy Rush explores how to broaden each person’s notion of what drawing can be.

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