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Douglas is turning to tourism for an economic boost
The city is conducting tours twice a month in the community.
Market-style development could threaten historic buildings on Broadway
A group is calling for two buildings to be designated historic landmarks to protect them amid development.
Archive Tucson: Jazz on Meyer Avenue
Cass Preston talks segregation, music on Meyer Avenue and growing up in the '30s and '40s.
Project to restore murals at Grand Canyon watchtower done
Crews have been working over the past four years to conserve murals created in the 1930s.
Exploring the future through the past: Tucson's Sunshine Mile.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: A preview of Film Fest Tucson 2019, and how one woman's dream of helping wildlife is making a big difference in the Sonoran Desert.
Archive Tucson: Moving into a white neighborhood
Joel Turner describes the interactions he experienced moving into a white neighborhood in midtown Tucson in the 1960s.
Archive Tucson: Life in a 1930s mining camp
Today, Ruby is a ghost town, but Tallia Cahoon remembers community, pastimes and the occasional knife fight.
What an archaeological dig near the Santa Cruz River may unearth about the past
The site was discovered during preliminary work on a new interchange near I-10 and Ruthrauff Road.
Archive Tucson: Eating the brined jackrabbit
Jackrabbits and riding the rails to school — growing up in Sasco, Arizona, now a ghost town.
It's always bat night at the Mission Garden.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Climbing Mt. Lemmon in the bootprints of Sara Plummer Lemmon; and food writer Jane Stern's love affair with American diners.
UA scientists track animal evolution based on diet
Study indicates first creatures ate meat, not plants.
UA Special Collections: Preserving the Stories
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The TUSD's ongoing debate about expanding sex education; Is there any hope left for the 2019 monsoon?; and has Arizona's "stupid motorist law" increased flash flood safety?
Archive Tucson: Picking cotton and going to school
Stella Jacobs spent her middle school years picking cotton in Marana and learning English.
Ray Manley's Arizona
Also on Arizona Spotlight: "From Grief to Acceptance" with Misty Proffitt-Thompson; HOCO Fest 2019 is the biggest yet; and a visit to the Vegan restaurant Tumerico.
"Never again, para nadie."
Also on Arizona Spotlight: New state law that may provide justice for greater numbers of Indigenous women and girls; A reaction to the Trump administration changing the Endangered Species Act; and a very short story from Aurelie Sheehan.
Ocean & Space
Learn about UA scientists in the Southern Ocean measuring climate change; and celebrating the past and future of space exploration at Spacefest X.
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