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Episode 61: Immigration Policy Separates Woman, Her Four Children

AZPM documentary report tracks life of American children whose mother banned from entering US.

METRO WEEK: Woman Banned from US; Children Stay

AZPM documentary tracks life for US citizens whose mother is banned from country.

Regents Approve University Presidents' Raises, Bonuses

UA's Hart also gets additional $20,000 for her housing allowance, taking it to $70,000.

Herb Alpert

A music legend visits Tucson when Herb Alpert & Lani Hall present an evening of jazz with Brazillian flavor at the Fox Tucson Theatre on September 26th.

AZPM Wins Lumie Arts & Business Award of 2015

We are the proud recipients of the 2015 Lumie Arts and Cultural Advocate Award!

University Eliminates 320 Jobs after $28M in State Funds Cut

44 actual layoffs among moves that reduce numbers of courses, cause class size increases.

Two principals deal with the challenges of a rural school district.

Pima Sheriff Cites 1,600 Drivers for School Zone Violations

Special enforcement targets Amphitheater, Flowing Wells and Vail school districts.

Chia Lin Pao Tao, PhD, professor in the Asian American Studies department at the University of Arizona, discusses how the fine art of Chinese calligraphy contains benefits that extend into other aspects of life.

Far East Meets Southwest During Chinese Culture Festival

UA's Confucius Institute guides Chinese knowlege to Tucson, via arts, culture, language.

Tilly, the orphaned koala, Australia

Nature’s Miracle Orphans: Wild Lessons

Meet the people who give orphaned animals a second chance. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

A protestor on the U.S. side of the border fence leans close to talk to protestors on the Mexican side.

Border Patrol Agent Indicted in Mexican Teen's Death in 2012

Rock throwing led agent to shoot through border fence, killing 16-year-old in 2012.

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio Contempt Hearing Over Latino Profiling Resumes

Sheriff, several of his top officers face federal sanctions, possibility of criminal charges.

Douglas' hospital went through several CEOs and bankruptcies before it finally closed in July.

Douglas Clinic Expands Emergency Care Offering

More services come after town's only hospital closes; residents can stay close to home.

Divided by Law: Siblings Unite When Immigration Law Separates Their Family

This special report explores how immigration law and policy affects U.S. families. Friday at 8:30 a.m. and 6 pm. on NPR 89.1

Latino-Owned Businesses Growth Rapid in Arizona

Estimated 90,000 in state, a 70% increase over five years, according to new report.

Tucson-to-Phoenix Passenger Rail: Where's the Money?

ADOT's proposal draws excitement, but some worried about price tag in billions.

UA President Ann Weaver Hart in March 9, 2015 interview.

UA President Hart Up for $25K Pay Raise, $115K Bonus

Board of Regents to vote Friday on compensation for all three state university presidents.

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