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Vietnam Memories: Anne Gartner

Anne Gartner was a Navy nurse who wanted more out of her career than just working in a hospital stateside.

Camp Bravo

We visit a piece of land near Santa Rita Park, on Tucson’s south side known as Camp Bravo, where homeless vets are sheltered, nourished and protected.

Warrior Scholars

The Warrior-Scholar Project partners with universities across the U.S. to help veterans take on the transition from the battlefield to the classroom.

Frozen Chosin

The battle of the Chosin reservoir in the winter of 1950 during the Korean War was one of the coldest battles in US history.

Finding Family

It is easier now than ever to find out more about our own family’s history.

Community Policing

We followed TPD’s Squad Four as they worked in downtown Tucson on the night shift.

A Transition's Toll

One year ago, a new company took over the task of administering mental health services in Southern Arizona.

The A-10 Warthog

A look at the unique capabilities of the A-10 as a close-support fighter jet that continues to be an active and strategically significant platform in multiple contested theaters around the world.

The Cooling Center

The St. Francis Cooling Center is a place where homeless people and those in need can escape the summer heat, cool off and rest.

John Meek

Over the past decade Arizona Public Media has documented the stories of southern Arizonans who served in our armed forces in a series of programs called “Tucson Remembers”.

Cressworth Lander

Over the past decade Arizona Public Media has documented the stories of southern Arizonans who served in our armed forces in a series of programs called “Tucson Remembers”.

Hank Oyama

Over the past decade Arizona Public Media has documented the stories of southern Arizonans who served in our armed forces in a series of programs called “Tucson Remembers”.

Second Chances

Depression can take people to some dark places, and what they do there can shock or hurt the ones they love. But sometimes hitting rock bottom can set the stage for a new beginning.

A Healing Touch

Whether they’re undergoing cancer treatment or coping with a chronic condition, children with serious medical needs face many challenges.

Dick Tuck

Dick Tuck is a 93 year old living in an assisted living facility on Tucson’s eastside. During his life he amassed a huge amount of stories that seem unbelievable at first glance.

Sheri's Fight

Arizona’s rural communities face a mental health care provider shortage that puts people’s wellness—and sometimes their lives—in danger.

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