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Arizona Illegal Immigration law sparks protests

Brewer Asks Court to Drop SB 1070 Appeal

Latest move in back-forth over enactment of 'stop and check'

Prairie dogs on the look out outside their burrow.

Nature: The Animal House

Go above ground and below to investigate just what goes into the home life of wildlife. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

The five History Detectives (from L-R) Gwen Wright, Eduardo Pagan, Tukufu Zuberi, Elyse Luray and Wes Cowan.

PBS History Detectives

Get the facts about a Vietnamese soldier’s diary, a bootlegger’s notebook and a Hollywood payroll ledger for Native American actors. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Kenneth Branagh as Kurt Wallander and Lindsay Duncan as Monika Westin

MASTERPIECE: MYSTERY! Wallander III: Before the Frost

Follow Wallander’s search for a serial arsonist — as well as his estranged daughter’s missing friend. Tonight at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Pete Hershberger, former state lawmaker, joins the Roundtable to talk about the week in politics, including the Flake-Carmona Senate race, the Barber-McSally congressional race, and the Fast and Furious Inspector General report.

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 21, 2012

Host Jim Nintzel leads lively discussion of the week's political happenings

Memorial Service Set For Dever

Public service to honor longtime Cochise County Sheriff, who died in a recent vehicle accident

Andrea came to kindergarten sort of speaking three languages: Spanish, English, and Kanjobal. After five years of English Immersion classes, she is still struggling to communicate—in any language.

The Latino Gap: Not Quite Trilingual

A young girl from Guatemala struggles with English after 5 years in public school, while speaking Spanish with friends and a Guatemalan dialect at home.

Obama-Romney Race Close in Arizona

A new poll puts the race for the White House within the margin of error in Arizona

Carl Sandburg playing his guitar.

AMERICAN MASTERS: The Day Carl Sandburg Died

Look at the life and work of poet and novelist Carl Sandburg. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS 6.

Director Takes on Three of the World's Deadliest Words

Film "It's a Girl" documents gendercide of female infants around the world

Episode 89: Forum on Prop. 121, Open Primary

Pro: 'Dissatisfaction with partisan system'; Con: 'Initiative subverts democracy'

David Berman, Ph.D., a senior research fellow with the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, discusses Proposition 121.

Full Interview With Prop. 121 Analyst Berman

It will drive political moderation in 10-20% of races, he estimates

AZ Week: Open Primary Proposition Forum

Pro: 'Dissatisfaction with existing system'; Con: 'Subverts democracy'

Arizona Budget puzzle

State Reports Improved Revenues for 2012

Fiscal year finished $26M better than previously reported

Feds Open More AZ Land to Target Shooting

Bureau of Land Management adds 1.4M acres in south-central area

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

Child Protective Services at Full Staffing

First time in 7 years; 20% annual turnover makes it challenging

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