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USS Arizona collection grows at UA

The public can get a first-hand look at life on-board.

Balancing Act: The proposed Public Lands Rule aims to transform Bureau of Land Management’s stewardship

The new rule seeks to redefine priorities and practices at the nation’s largest land manager

Southern Arizona's Titan Missile Museum: Cold War History

Staff sees one-of-a-kind site as a chance to ensure future generations learn of nuclear war threat.

Diverse community comes together to clean up rural highway

Every year people of different ideologies come together in Southern Arizona for the highway cleanup from Three Points, through the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge and to Sasabe and the always changing border.

The Blue Ribbon Commission is over - what happens now for the Pima County Jail?

A look back on the last year as the Board of Supervisors is set to discuss a revealing jail report tomorrow.

Mexican families fleeing violence grows exponentially in Tucson Sector

The number of Mexican families crossing the U.S.-Mexico border grew nationwide in 2023, but nowhere is that more true than in Arizona’s Tucson Sector where the number of Mexican people in a family grew from 8,500 in 2022 to more than 120-thousand.

Previewing UA's 2024 College of Science Lecture Series

Presenters will reveal unexpected findings that transformed their fields.

Benson Airport dedicated to late local WWII veteran

The airport was renamed after Paul Kerchum

Priscilla the Parrotfish brings the ocean plastic problem to the desert

An Oregon-based nonprofit makes sculptures entirely out of ocean plastic which are now on display in Tucson.

New UA football coach Brent Brennan's journey back to Tucson

He cites lessons learned from Wildcats coaching legend Dick Tomey.

Local Tucson non-profit is fighting drought in back yards and public spaces

Tucson Clean and Beautiful's Green Stormwater Infrastructure Program

Local Tucson non-profit uses "whole healing" approach to fight homelessness

I Am You 360 provides homes and professional training for young at-risk Tucsonans

Reading 1,000 books before kindergarten is the goal in Cochise County

The program encourages reading in the pre-K age group

More than 25 years of cross-border advocacy and solidarity on the Douglas-Agua Prieta border

AZPM sat down with a couple who migrated to Douglas/Agua Prieta in the late 90s. In the decades working with migrants on the border, they’ve seen changes. What hasn’t changed is the community’s ability to open doors and hearts to migrants passing through.

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