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Unemployed Face Drug Test for Benefits

State Senate bill calls for all jobless payment applicants to be randomly screened

Idea Becomes Business Reality for UA Grads

Online shipping company won UA entrepreneurship, state innovation awards

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

AZ House Rejects Texting While Driving Ban

Measure to ban sending, reading texts goes down 31-28

Crowded Primary May Hamper Effective Campaigning

Several GOP candidates in CD8 race may not be best for fundraising, expert says

President’s News Conference on NPR

President Barack Obama’s news conference will be broadcast live, Tuesday at 11 a.m. on NPR 89.1.

Bridging the Gap in the Fight Against Brain Cancer

From the Operating Room to the Laboratory

Soul diva Patti LaBelle hosts this historic reunion of classic recording artists of the decade.

Superstars of the Seventies Soul Live

Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime gathering of 70s soul legends with host Patti LaBelle. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Tucsonan David Shellouff on his visit to Libya, with posters depicting martyrs of the Arab Spring.

UA Student Visits Libya, His Father's Homeland

He vows to reconnect with Libyan roots and family after fall of Qaddafi

Chris DeMille, Park ranger for Kartchner Caverns, and civil war re-enactor, about the 150th anniversary of the Civil War battle at Picacho Peak.

Picacho Peak Brings Civil War Battle to Life

State park celebrates Arizona's centennial with annual re-enactment of little-known skirmish

US-Mexico border

Legislation Seeks Borderland Safety Warnings

House bill would lead state to issue advisories on regional conditions

The Arab Spring One Year Later

The Sabbagh Lecture, presented by the UA School of Anthropology

Raymond Bladine, Executive Director of the AZ Independent Redistricting Commission, talks with Michael Chihak about the Redistricting Commission communicating with the community properly and how the Commission is making certain the community knows how to get the proper information.

Redistricting Commission Nearly Broke

Legal fees and other expenses ran high; Legislature may not fund without court fight

Bill Requiring $2,000 From College Students For Tuition Dropped

State lawmaker kills HB 2675, citing immense misinformation

Tucson Tea Party Founder Trent Humphries (left), Democratic Strategist Rodd McLeod (center left) and AZPM's Political Correspondent Andrea Kelly (center right), discuss the wrap-up of the presidential primary, the completion of Gabrielle Giffords congressional term, Senator John McCain's criticism of Super PACs, State Represenative Daniel Patterson's ethics problems and more.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for March 2 2012

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

Investigative Journalist of the Goldwater Institute Mark Flatten (Right) and Nick Dranias, Director of the Center for Constitutional Government at Goldwater Institute (Left) discuss state personnel reform.

Full Interview on Personnel Reform with Goldwater Institute

System needs wholesale change because it makes employee discipline difficult, they say

Sheri Van Horsen, President of Local 3111, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees discusses the Arizona's current status on state personnel.

Full Interview on Personnel Reform with Sheri Van Horsen

'System is not broken' but could use some administrative adjustments, she says

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