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The Future of Mexican-American Studies in Tucson

A week after the program was shut down students and community leaders react

A discussion with Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on her recent State of the State address and an analysis of her legislation.

AZ Week: Brewer Wants to Spend Some, Save More

Mental health, state computers, Child Protective Services may see upgrades

Martin Luther Kink, jr

AZ Illustrated: MLK Day, Monday, Jan. 16, 2012

MLK Day of Service grant for Tucson's Nonviolent Legacy Project

TUSD children in classroom.

No More Private School Testing, Senate Says

A bill moving through the state Senate removes testing requirements for certain private schools

Tucson Unified Ends Mexican American Studies

Under threat of lost funding, program ends immediately

Accountant of the Willcox Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, Connie Bonner (left) and Festival Chairman, Homer Hansen (right), discuss the congregation of sandhill cranes in Arizona and the Wings Over Wilcox event centralized around their presence.

Snowbirds Star in Annual Celebration

Hundreds flock to Willcox for business-boosting birding festival

AZPM's Andrea Kelly joins us in the studio to talk about Governor Jan Brewer's annual State of the State address and what's expected for 2012.

State of the State “Lackluster,” Dems Say

Minority party calls the governor’s annual speech uninspiring

Brewer Lauds Centennial, Slams Feds in State of State

Read a summary of the governor's speech and view the video

"Teachers' Voices" second season premieres with a conversation between friends and former educators Pam Simon and Jane D'Amore.

Teachers' Voices with Jane D'Amore and Pam Simon

Two former educators discuss how difficult it is for teachers to intervene when they see a student struggling with serious emotional problems.

The Mayans, some of whom lived here in Guatemala in pre-Columbian times, didn't predict world's end in 2012, UA professor says.

Did Mayans Say World Will End in 2012?

UA anthropologist calls the controversial idea 'bogus'

The Mayans, some of whom lived here in Guatemala in pre-Columbian times, didn't predict world's end in 2012, UA professor says.

Did Mayans Say World Will End in 2012?

UA anthropologist calls the controversial idea 'bogus'

AZ Week: Four Stories Dominated in 2011

Jan. 8 and aftermath, economy, state budget, redistricting

Andrea Kelly interviews Jim Gentile, president of Research Corporation for Science Advancement. The Tucson-based organization is celebrating its 100th anniversary.

Tucson's Research Corp. Celebrates 100 Years

Foundation awards grants to scientists starting their careers

The Arizona Board of Regents recently recognized four University of Arizona professors for their work and accomplishments, and this week we have been introducing you to each of these exemplary educators. Tonight we meet Distinguished Professor Eduardo Saez in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.

Distinguished Professor: Eduardo Saéz, Chemical/Environmental Engineering

Research in wind-blown dust, oxidation lead his work

Sunnyside wrestler pins an opponent during a recent team victory in a division one match

A Winning Wrestling Legacy Spans Generations

Sunnyside wrestling program teaches discipline

Second of four segments: Dr. Bever is one of four UA professors recognized by the Arizona Board of Regents this year as a distinguished professor, based on his work and accomplishments.

Distinguished Professor: Thomas G. Bever, Linguistics

UA Language and Cognition Lab bears his name, recogniing his work

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