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What's an 'Intersection?' Bill Would Define

Antenori, caught by red-light camera, wants Arizona law to mirror other states

Join us to wish Terri Sweet farewell

Friday, March 30th at 2:00 p.m.

Kistie Sharp, a Parkinson's patient, and Dr. Holly Shill stop by to discuss a new Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative and how it will lead to new treatments for the condition.

Volunteers Play Key Role in Search for Parkinson's Disease Cure

Scientists and volunteers partner to find a cure for the common and devastating disorder

Thousands Of UA Students Jam Career Fair

Organizers say more employers seeking to hire, students more optimistic

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.

Brewer’s Personnel Overhaul Advances

With committee approval, state worker protection changes await full Senate vote

Singer and songwriter Joey Burns of the musical group Calexico talks about the third annual festival in El Barrio that Calexico and friends will be playing on Saturday April 7th in the Presidio neighborhood of Tucson.

Music: Festival en el Barrio Coming Soon

Calexico, other bands will play at Museum of Art, benefit community radio

Mesquites Displacing Southwestern Grasslands

UA ecologists say climate change affecting Sonoran Desert landscape

Jan Cervelli, the Dean of the UA College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and R. Brooks Jeffery, Director of the Drachman Institute, talk about a new collaboration project the University of Arizona has with downtown Tucson to develop sustainable scenarios for the future.

Collaboration Seeks Sustainable Way to Grow

Tucson Sustainable City Project studies best practices for urban development

Earthquake Shakes Mexico; Tucsonan There

7.6 magnitude in central Mexican state of Guerrero; hear report from Mexico City

Black bear roaming in Huachuca Mountains (file photo)

Bear Season is Upon Us

First Southern Arizona sighting of the year occurred last week

Louis Carrion updates us on the Ethnic Studies debate.

Judge Hears Challenge to Mexican American Studies Ban

TUSD students seek overturn of state law; Horne argues for it

TV PROGRAM SCHEDULE #1

APRIL 2012 (FRONTLINE)

Republican Congressional Candidate Frank Antenori explains why he is running to fill the vacancy in district 8.

CD8 Republican Candidate: Frank Antenori

State senator wants to take Arizona political experience to Washington

The Islamic Center of Tucson's Weekend School serves nearly 200 Muslim children, helping the city's Muslim children develop a strong character and Islamic identity, and reaching out in humanitarian efforts.

Islamic School: Loyalty to Religion, Country

No conflict between U.S. values 'and what we’re taught as Muslims,' educator says

Legislature is in a special session on the budger

Legislature Narrowing Its Tasks

Committee work completed; state budget work remains

After A Cold, Wet Storm, A Quick Rebound

Forecaster says temps will climb back to near 80 by late week

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