The Latino vote was a big topic of discussion during this election season. But did it play a role in the outcome? Christopher Conover explores its actual impact in Arizona and nationally.
The Dust Bowl severely affected the Midwestern United States in the 1930s. But the disaster had repercussions that affected the whole nation, including Arizona. We'll preview Arizona's Dust Bowl: Lessons Lost, an hour-long documentary produced by Arizona Public Media, to see how it affected the state's economy and culture.
Steve Winwood's career as a musician spans six decades. He was a key member of The Spencer Davis Group, Blind Faith and Traffic, and he's had a prolific solo career. MARK MCLEMORE talked to Winwood recently about his upcoming appearance in Tucson.
And on Teacher's Voices, we'll meet Bob and Sue Rayvis (RAY-viss), who are proud to be substitute teachers.
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