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January 30, 1936- This Day in Arizona History

Amelia Earhart visits Tucson

January 29, 1949- This Day in Arizona History

Operation Haylift

Andrew Morrill, President of the Arizona Educational Foundation, offers a different perspective on the position of Arizona's academic standings.

Full Interview on Education Reform: Andrew Morrill, AEA President

Teachers take classroom responsibility, but much is beyond their control, he says

Former CEO of Intel, Craig Barrett, discusses the current educational situation of Arizona and where it should be heading.

Full Interview on Education Reform: AZ Ready Chair Craig Barrett

Set standards and stick to them, because children can achieve, he says

January 28, 1943- This Day in Arizona History

Red Cross Canteen Opens

"If Emma Had Practiced"

Musicologist, Pianist and Author Janne E. Irvine shares her love for the novels of Jane Austen with drama and music in a one-woman play.

A nuclear bomb being tested in Nevada in 1957.

National Downwinders Day

Friday, January 27th, 2012 is the first National Downwinders Day to recognize people in western states exposed to radiation from nuclear test sites in Nevada.

The Silver Thread Trio (l to r): Gabrielle Pietrangelo, Caroline Isaacs, and Laura Kepner-Adney

The Silver Thread Trio

Listen to the unique blend of folk, country, rock, and classical influences on their new album, "Trigger & Scythe".

The compelling mini-series documents the profound sacrifices and largely ignored contributions of black soldiers throughout American history — from the earliest days of the Revolutionary War to the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Story of America's Black Patriots

FOR LOVE OF LIBERTY: THE STORY OF AMERICA'S BLACK PATRIOTS The untold history of African-American participation in America's armed forces. Part 2, Monday at 10 p.m. PBS-HD 6.

Local artists Hedi Bacon and Terri Caminker express how the gem, fossil and mineral shows provide resources for artists to find unique materials in Tucson.

Artists Draw Inspiration from Annual Gemfest

Tucson's world-renowned Gem Show offers jewelry makers and other artists new materials, ideas

Jackson Veneklasen of the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center talks about their 2012 New Year's festival, in which he will perform in an elaborate Chinese lion costume.

Enter the Year of the Dragon

Colorful costumes and masks, along with fireworks and loud drumming, are all designed to keep evil spirits at bay as the Chinese New Year arrives

Living Beyond 100: A Series Exploring Our World and Ourselves

Arizona Public Media will live-stream Living Beyond 100: A Series Exploring Our World and Ourselves, presented by The University of Arizona College of Science.

Local artists Hedi Bacon and Terri Caminker express how the gem, fossil and mineral shows provide resources for artists to find unique materials in Tucson.

Artists Draw Inspiration from Annual Gemfest

Tucson's world-renowned Gem Show offers jewelry makers and other artists new materials, ideas

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JANUARY 2012 (WORLD)

Discussion of Gabrielle Giffords resignation from congress that occurred on January 25th, 2012.

Mark Kelly Looks to the Future

Husband of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords discusses their plans on the day of her resignation

Volunteer Patty Hilpert (center) and President Shaw Kinsley (right) of the Tubac Historical Society tell us about the rich history of the Santa Cruz Valley and the celebration that they have planned in honor of Arizona's centennial year.

The Hollywood-Santa Cruz Valley Connection

The Tubac Historical Society explores film as part of Arizona's history

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