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Romney's Pitch to Latinos: Better Schools

Read NPR's 'It's All Politics' blog coverage of GOP candidate's speech

Economists: AZ Job Growth Slow, But Sustainable

High numbers of low-skilled jobs, pace of industry growth still a concern

Glenn Canyon Dam

Feds Approve Operational Changes to AZ Dam

Glen Canyon Dam to look at high-flow releases, boosting native fish

David Daniels stars as Prospero and Joyce DiDonato as Sycorax.

The Enchanted Island

GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET This extraordinary new work combines great singers, glorious Baroque music and a story drawn from Shakespeare. Sunday at 1 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

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Poll: Obama Gay Marriage Stance Won't Sway Latinos

They say politics, religion shouldn't mix, want more discussion of economics

Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett stops by the studio to talk about the multiple upcoming elections in Southern Arizona.

AZ Official Recants on Obama Birth Challenge

Secretary of State Bennett (left) apologizes, says he was 'doing my job'

National Memorial Day Concert

National Memorial Day Concert 2012

PBS presents an all-star performance honoring the service and sacrifice of the men and women in uniform. Monday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Trying to Decide Your Vote in CD8?

Watch video, read transcript of AZPM's candidates' forum here

An aerial tanker over ther Gladiator Fire in northern Arizona begins dropping its fire retardant.

Crown King Fire Lines Hold Another Day

Blaze's spread slowed despite drastic weather conditions

Gasoline Prices Decline Before Holiday

Tucson is state's lowest by far at $3.63 per gallon

Gov. Brewer Begins Trade Mission to Germany, France

Officials talking to companies who want to relocate or expand in Southwest

The 6.5-meter mirror at the MMT Observatory.

Collecting Light Part 3: The Age Of The Giant Telescope

Advancing astronomy through ever larger mirrors and telescopes

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Arizona's doctor shortage, speedy nurse schooling and a UA grad's journey into space

The sky is no longer the limit for University of Arizona law grad Gregory Schneider who has just earned the chance to go on a sub-orbital space flight.

Law School Grad's Heart, Head Full of Space

Winner of sub-orbital rocket trip climbs, runs atop Seattle Space Needle to claim prize

Arizona Suffering Doctor Shortage, Poised for Worse

With a third of currently practicing doctors soon to retire, state must look for ways to attract physicians, says surgeon

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