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Episode 332: STEM Education For Blind Students

Exploring methods to enrich education for those with visual impairments. Plus, DACA expires in 6 months.

Episode 154: Tucson Helps Harvey Victims

Plus, a visit to a research site on Tumamoc Hill, and a city decision about guns seized in investigations.

App Gives New Perspective to Walk Up Tumamoc Hill

Tumamoc Tour's stories are timed to an average walking pace of people trekking up the hill.

Survey: Construction Firms in AZ Struggle to Find Skilled Workers

Retiring baby boomers, an emphasis on college, and local economic factors play a role.

Arizona's Obesity Rate Flattens, Still Concerning

Nearly one-third of state's population is heavy enough that it affects their health.

18.4 Percent of Tucson Mortgages Cosigned by a Second Party

Practice is on the rise in Tucson, but still below national average.

DACA Phase Out, Now What?

People with deferred deportation status are wondering what to do.

Arizona Releases Plan to Fight Opioid Epidemic

A Department of Health Services report outlines 12 actions to fight the opioid crisis.

Forums to Explore Community Impact of Mental Illness

Public events to foster discussion about mental health-related issues, including incarceration, law enforcement, and treatment.

UA's DACA Students Rally After Trump Ends Program

Students and supporters gathered in a show of solidarity for those whose legal status is now in limbo.

Mexico Responds To Trump's DACA Decision With 'Deep Regret'

The government offered a welcome to immigrants returning to Mexico and help to those staying in the U.S.

Lights Go Out at Kartchner Caverns, Newest Dark-Sky Park

Managing artificial light benefits astronomy, wildlife and humans, association director says.

End to DACA Announced, Raising Questions for Immigrants

Southern Arizona's congressional delegation says Congress must pass immigration reform.

Tucson Aims For More Business in Mexico

Local business leaders formally working with Mexican companies.

Sun Tran Route Changes Proposed

Open houses this week scheduled to get feedback on changes.

Project Aims to Gather SW Archaeological Data for Online Tool

The Cyber-Southwest project can help researchers understand issues facing pre-Columbian Southwest societies.

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