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Tony Paniagua interviews the president of the University of Arizona Gene Sander.

State Gains When UA Goes Out to Space

University president addresses major cooperative project with NASA and other issues

The UA, in collaboration with Pima County, plans to develop the Roy Place Building.

UA Makes Move to Downtown

Historic Roy Place Building to serve as "urban laboratory"

Caitlin Harrington speaks to recreation coordinator Michael Givens and actor Jessica Armistead about a festival that is going to be held at a park in Tucson.

Shakespeare For Free in Himmel Park

El Rio Theater Project performs *The Merchant of Venice* starting Friday

Reporter Caitlin Harrington speaks with Casa Vicente Owners Marita Gomez and Vicente Sanchez.

Casa Vicente Hosts Third Annual Flamenco Festival

Four-night celebration brings the culture and traditions of Spain to Tucson

We speak to the Downtown Tucson Partnership about the new Roy Place Building in downtown Tucson and what this may mean for the community at large.

Development Picks Up In Downtown Tucson

President and CEO of the Downtown Tucson Partnerhip is optimistic the area has entered a "turning point"

Political Focus: Grijalva Wants To Talk

Congressman Raul Grijalva wants a word with President Obama

We speak to Rosa Borbon, one of many older residents who is raising a grandson or granddaughter. Joining her is Kelly Griffith, and adviser for Rosa and other women. Griffith works for the Council for Economic Integrity.

As Parents Struggle, Grandparents Step In

Parenting grandparents hope to raise awareness about their contributions and challenges

Less frail and more involved, today's grandparents are shunning retirement homes and stepping in more than ever to raise grandchildren while young adults struggle in the poor economy.

Support Grows for Grandparents Raising Grandkids

Eleven support groups active through Tucson's KARE Family Center

We Interview Donna Liggins - Board Member, CAAHW, and Linda Parker, RN - Project Assistant, Carondelet Health Network.

People of Color Festival

Providing health resources to the underserved

Christopher Conover and Michael Chihak discuss Chihak's interview with Governor Jan Brewer.

Breaking Down the Governor's Tucson Speech

AZPM's Michael Chihak and Christopher Conover examine Gov. Jan Brewer's address to the League of Arizona Cities and Towns

Andrea Kelly and Christopher Conover interview the two candidates seeking election in Ward One. Regina Romero is the incumbent, a Democrat who is finishing her first term in the office. Beryl Baker is a Green, running against Romero for the second time.

Ward One Candidates Debate Road Repair

Democrat and Green Party candidate offer different approaches to better Tucson's broken roads

Tucson resident Margaret Campbell was Arizona's first African American novelist. Mark McLemore learns more about Margaret Campbell's unique story from local historian Gloria Smith.

The Mystery of Margaret Campbell

A local historian tells about Arizona's first African American novelist and her unique underground home in South Tucson

Interview with members of the Tucson Chapter of Project Linus, which is volunteer non-profit organization that makes and gives new homemade blankets to needy children in multiple locations such as hospitals.

Good Blankets for Bad Times

Tucson's Project Linus donates thousands of blankets to children in need

Reporters Christopher Conover and Andrea Kelly join us to discuss the results of the primary election for the city of Tucson and the upcoming general election in November.

Tucson Mayor and Council Primary Election Results

The general election slate for Tucson Mayor and Council is set. When the counting was complete, Election Day brought few surprises.

Cyrel Bandy - Former VP, Old Pueblo Knitters Guild

Knitting for a Cause

Old Puebo Knitters Guild donates thousands of items to the community

Caitlin Harrington talks to Melanie Colaviito a UA Grad-Student Utilitycycling.org and Michael McKisson - Publisher/Editor tucsonvelo.com.

UA 9th Most Bicycle-Friendly Campus

Bike enthusiasts and entrepreneurs explain the University of Arizona's unique cycling culture

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