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Copper at the Crossroads Part 3: 'That Mine Was My Mother'

Former San Manuel Mine worker recalls his days underground, and how the mine helped him provide for his family

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

Site of the proposed Rosemont copper mine, looking north from a ridge line south of the site.

Copper at the Crossroads Part 2: To Dig or Not to Dig?

Both sides weigh in over the proposed Rosemont Copper Mine southeast of Tucson

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

President of the Independent Film Association of Southern Arizona, Rosie Zwadek (left) and Actor and Film Prouducer Eric Schumacher (right), talk about how they want to bring some of the film industry into Arizona.

Partnership Aims to Restore Tucson's Movie Magic

Industry professionals hope to bring more film production business to Southern Arizona

Brewer Lauds Centennial, Slams Feds in State of State

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

Copper at the Crossroads Part 1: The Miracle Metal

Series starts with a look at copper's past and present and how it came to be an economic driver in Arizona

AZ Week: Four Stories Dominated in 2011

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

Downtown Tucson pedestrians

Housing Bubble Aftermath: Rethinking Sprawl

City planners examine lessons of growth, seek ways to shape Tucson's future

Doctor examines child

Health Care Budget Cuts Cause Closures, Reduced Service

A Nogales nursing home and a Tucson clinic make changes to meet budget

AZ Week: Next Year's State Budget -- 'Nothing Drastic'

Senate President Pierce says he sees no big increases, no big cuts for 2012-13

Manuel Isquierdo Ed.D,  Sunnyside Unified School District Superintendent, discusses the state of education in Arizona.

School Districts Turn to Voters to Make Ends Meet

Tough budget year means not all voters are willing to give extra money for education

Cities, Counties Cautiously Pleased About Revenues

Sales taxes are up, but local governments still feel cuts to transportation

Commander of the American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 Ed Davis, tells us some of the difficulties the Iraq Veterans that will be coming home will face, such as the less-than-desirable job prospects do to the economy.

From War to Peace Poses Challenges

The end of Iraqi conflict means many service members must tackle new issues

President and CEO of the Arizona Community Foundation, Steven G. Seleznow, talks about the increase and decrease of grants that have been made from the community, the funding future for the arts, The Youth of Philanthropy program and more.

AZ Philanthropy Takes Late-Year Dip

Most of 2011 was strong, but uncertainty led to last-half decline, foundation CEO says

How Deep Was the State Budget Cut?

Arizona Public Media’s Political Team takes a look at the state budget six months into the fiscal year.

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