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Limiting High Capacity Gun Magazines

A Tucson lawmaker wants to keep people from buying 31-shot magazines

Citizenship ceremony held in Tucson, Arizona on July 3, 2008.

Arizona Citizenship on Hold

State lawmakers can't get the votes to change citizenship

Kimberly Craft interviews Robert Shelton - Ph.D., President, University of Arizona.

Keeping Students Safe

University of Arizona President discusses security measures in place on campus and plans for weathering funding cuts

Tucson Visitor Center

Episode 4: Arizona Tourism On the Rise

The state's hospitality industries have taken a hit in the recession, but 2011 shows an unexpected uptick

We take a look at some of the construction projects that are being funded by a voter-approved half cent sales tax increase in 2006.

RTA Moves the Region Forward

More improvements ahead for Southern Arizona, says executive director

Louis Carrion updates us on the Ethnic Studies debate.

Ethnic Studies Classes In Legal Limbo

Legal battle over new law could take years to resolve

Mark Kelly to Fly Mission

Husband of U.S. Rep. Giffords decides to command Endeavor in April

Kimberly Craft interviews Roy Flores Ph.D., Chancellor of Pima Community College.

Coping with Community College Cuts

Pima Community College chancellor talks strategy as state cuts school funding by 55 percent

Illegal Immigration Holding Steady

New report says number of unauthorized immigrants living and working in U.S. no longer growing

Kimberly Craft interviews Linda Arzoumanian Ph.D., Pima County School Superintendent.

Secrets of the Classroom Chief

Pima County School Superintendent Linda Arzoumanian shares what's involved in enforcing state statutes

Tucson attorney and community leader Jonathan Rothschild talks about his decision to run for mayor.

New Face in Mayoral Race

Political newcomer wants to create a community where kids will stay

Kimberly Craft interviews author and UA Professor Emeritus, Jim Clarke Ph.D. about his work profiling assassins.

Politics Affect Behavior, Expert Says

Criminal violence researcher supports Sheriff Dupnik's statements

Pima County Sheriff Dupnik

Salt Lake City Has a Say

Pima County Attorney's Office allows a Salt Lake City man to spearhead a recall of Sheriff Clarence Dupnik

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

The Rural Cost of Cutting Corners

Providers worry state budget-cutting measures will hurt rural health care

Kimberly Craft interviews Lea Marquez Peterson, President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Ron Shoopman, President of the Southern Arizona Leadership Council.

Vying for a Voice

Southern Arizona businesses work to bring their concerns about the state's proposed budget to lawmakers

Arizona Capitol Building where a budget stalemate continues deep into the fiscal year.

Episode 2: Arizona On the Chopping Block

Gov. Jan Brewer’s 2012 budget proposal, which aims to fix the state's fiscal crisis, is filled with major cuts to programs far and wide. That will prove painful for nearly all Arizonans, two experts say. But is there a better solution?

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