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National Salute to Veterans (2012)

Pay tribute to the service and sacrifice of our 22 million American veterans. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS 6.

Stephanie Koskinen talks about Finn Fest, a 4 day festival that highlights creative, cultural, and educational events and activities from Finland.

Finn Fest 2012 Comes to Tucson

Celebration of culture and creativity

Your Vote 2012 AZPM Election Coverage

Hear From Winners, Losers in Election 2012

AZPM special report highlights voices of election night

Dian Rehm: Election Results

Join Diane Rehm in a discussing the results of the Presidential election. Weekdays 9-11 a.m. on NPR 89.1 FM/1550 AM.

Local Experts Explore Indigenous Health Worldwide

Researchers in Tucson are part of an international effort to spread knowledge of indigenous health issues

AZ Illustrated: Monday, Nov. 5, 2012

Last-minute political campaign efforts, indigenous health and the benefits of yoga

Political Parties Push Through Election's Final Efforts

As Election Day looms, local Democratic and Republican Party leaders intensify their work to encourage voter participation

Flake Wins AZ Seat in U.S. Senate

With 99.7% counted, Republican has 50.4% to 45.2% for Democrat Carmona

An Interview With Mirror Lab Founder Roger Angel

Astronomy professor talks about recent completion of first Giant Magellan Telescope mirror, reflects on lab history, future

Grijalva speaks about his victory.

U.S. House: Grijalva Wins; 2 Others Too Close to Call

CD 2: McSally ahead of Barber; CD 1: Kirkpatrick leads Paton

Arizona Capitol.

Dems Take 14 of 21 S. AZ Legislative Seats

Dems Farley, Bradley, Republicans Melvin, Griffin take Senate seats

1 TUSD Incumbent, 2 Newcomers Claim Seats

12-person race pushes 2 incumbents off school board

your vote 2012 AZPM election coverage

Polls Open in AZ Until 7 p.m.

Voting for president, legislators, propositions, local offices

Democrats Hold Sway in Pima County Races

They keep majority on Board of Supervisors, retain sheriff's post

Open Primary, Education Sales Tax Defeated

2-1 margins against both; voters also reject changes to judicial system

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