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Are human beings, in an effort to outwit raccoons, actually making them smarter and unwittingly contributing to their evolutionary success? Scientists from around the world share their thoughts.

Nature: Raccoon Nation

Are human beings’ efforts to outwit raccoons are actually making the animals smarter? Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.6.

Tonight on the Political Roundtable, we take a look at how the race to fill Gabrielle Giffords' congressional seat is shaping up.

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Friday, Feb. 3, 2012

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

ALL STAFF MEETING DATE CHANGE

Tuesday, February 14th, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.

Director of Arizona Department of Economic Security, Clarence Carter discusses the difficulties faced by Arizona's Child Protective Services.

Full Interview on Child Safety: Clarence Carter

"The best, most effective system will not end child tragedies," Department of Economic Security head says

Dana Wolfe Naimark,President & CEO of Children's Action Alliance, sheds light on important information regarding child abuse.

Full Interview on Child Safety: Dana Wolfe Naimark

Current child protection system "fragile model" that needs more resources, president and CEO of the Children's Action Alliance says

Maricopa County Attorney, Bill Montgomery (R) navigates through the Arizona's state laws concerning child abuse.

Full Interview on Child Safety: Bill Montgomery

Child Safety Task Force head calls for reform to encourage more effective investigations

Episode 56: State Needs Improved Child Safety System

From law enforcement to Child Protective Services worker caseloads, upgrades sought

AZ Week: State Needs Improved Child Safety System

From law enforcement to Child Protective Services worker caseloads, upgrades sought

Oracle State Park To Re-open After Two-Year Closure

Private group donates enough funds to balance state budget cuts and operate the park part-time

William Still, Father of the Underground Railroad.

Underground Railroad: The William Still Story

This is the story of a free black man who accepted delivery of “human cargo” on the Underground Railroad. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Forest Watchers Forecast Above Average Wildfire Season

At midwinter, a surplus of dry fuels and little moisture have forest officials worried.

Living Beyond 100

The Biology of Aging: Why Our Bodies Grow Old

Border Crossing for an Education

Take a closer look at the issue of students who live in Mexico, but who cross the international border daily to attend U.S. schools in Douglas, Arizona.

Teachers' Voices with Noah Mickey-Colman and Jackie Nichols

Two educators tell how a take-home laptop program at Lauffer Middle School has helped the students get involved with their learning in new ways.

Movies vs. Cinema

Film reviewer Chris Dashiell discusses the aesthetic differences between the two, while pointing out that Tucson film fans have a choice of both.

Since its completion in 1940, the Benedictine Monastery has served as a place to seek peace in the heart of Tucson.

For Tucson's Benedictine Sisters, Life Remains 'a Grace and a Gift'

Benedictine Monastery maintains simplicity and devotion to faith in the heart of a changing city

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