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TUSD Superintendent John Pedicone, Ph.D. talks about the elimination of Mexican-American studies, district upgrades for computer systems and more.

Political, Financial Decisions Affect TUSD Reputation

Superintendent says end to Mexican American Studies has drawn attention

MIT Emeritus Professor Noam Chomsky is on University of Arizona campus to give a series of lectures on education, linguistics and why the U of A needs to get out of certain financial investments.

Noam Chomsky Lecturing in Tucson

American linguist and social icon talks about education

City Seeks Stronger Business Ties

New mayor's business advocate says she sees openness despite skeptics

Guns on Campuses Closer to Reality

Bill renewed from last year moves through AZ Senate Committee

Author Thomas E. Sheridan is a panel member for a discussion called "Does Arizona History Matter?" being held at Hotel Congress. Here he explains the significance of Arizona's history.

Does Arizona History Matter?

Historian and author Thomas E. Sheridan shares his view on a question that says as much about the state's future as its past

CD8: 4 Candidates, But Is Barber In?

Rumors swirl; one predicts announcement this week

A Few Modest Urban Design Recommendations for Tucson's New Mayor

The Third Annual "My Arizona" lecture

Tonight on the Political Roundtable, we take a look at how the race to fill Gabrielle Giffords' congressional seat is shaping up.

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, Feb. 3, 2012

Jim Nintzel hosts our weekly review of local, state, national politics

The Wars of Afghanistan

The Tucson Committee on Foreign Relations

Andrea Kelly brings us this week Political Focus.

Political Focus: The CD8 Race So Far

Candidates are entering the race, but they have little time to make campaign plans

Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Bill to Prevent Marijuana on Educational Campuses Advances in Legislature

Proposal would apply to those with state-issued medical marijuana cards

First Democrat Enters Congressional District 8 Race

State Rep. Matt Heinz says he plans to run for CD8 special and CD2

Since the Occupy Tucson Movement had been ousted from Downtown Tucson last December, group organizers say their objectives are being realized in spite of their absence. Here is an update on Occupy Tucson.

Tucson Occupiers Soldier On

'Even though the camp is not here, there's still a lot of work that happens.'

UNIDOS members, Mayra Feliciano (left) and Danny Montoya (right) talk on how TUSD had removed Mexican American studies from their school, how they are effected by it and the Ethnic Studies School movement they've helped start to change that.

Mexican American Studies Supporters Continue Fight

Former students of Tucson Unified School District remain involved in controversial battle

Luis Carrion presents us with this picture of Precious Knowledge, an account of Tucson High School students and teachers forming the front line of an epic civil rights battle to save their Mexican American Studies classes.

White House Hears Tucson Hispanics' Issues

Hispanic Community Action Summit connects hundreds with Obama administration

Downtown Tucson pedestrians

Planning Group Seeks Input On Growth

Group wants to know how to add another 1 million people to Tucson metro area

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