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AZ Sees Tribal Casinos Revenues Rise

Tribes' payments to state will be $24.3 million for recent quarter

At-Risk Youth Get Second Chance with Landscape Training Program

The UA is helping to sustain a program led by Tucson Clean and Beautiful that gives youth on probation a second chance.

your vote 2012 AZPM election coverage

Radio Ads In Spanish Target Latino Voters

The Arizona Democratic Party offers concert tickets in exchange for a pledge to vote

Tucson Unified School District Superintendent John Pedicone speaks about a survey the district is asking the community to take.

Survey Aims to Connect Schools, Community

The Tucson Unified School District wants to know what you think

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 Reforms Get AZ Senate Preliminary Approval

Final vote on the sweeping system change is expected later today

Native American family

Arizona Tribes Receive $9.7 Million

Four tribes get federal grant money to improve housing and economy

Russell Pearce, former State Senator and author of SB 1070 defines his stance on the controversial bill.

AZ Budget's Done; What's Next?

Brewer's personnel reform, reimbursing Pearce (left) on agenda before adjournment

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Capoeira Mandinga Tucson, Kozachik on roadwork, weird plants and more

Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr. John Watson.


Rejoin the 21st-century team of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as they battle the worst that modern criminality has to offer. Sundays at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Arizona Budget puzzle

Reaction to State Spending Plan Mixed

Good start, Regents' chair says; not enough to meet needs, Dems say

Isabel Celis

Search for Isabel Continues, Briefings Won't

Tucson police say they continue working case of missing 6-year-old

Kozachik: Let Taxpayers Change Road Plans

Councilman wants to reduce scope of Broadway widening project

Republicans Reach Across Aisle for Barber

Congressional District 8 Democratic candidate Ron Barber picks up endorsements from GOP

Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art form that was started over 450 years ago in response to the oppression of Africans who were brought to Brazil as slaves, has gained in popularity here in Tucson. We visit Capoeira Mandinga Tucson, where masters from Brazil, and the US recently convened for a week-long event highlighting this unique cultural tradition.

Bringing People Together Through Martial Arts

Capoeira Mandinga Tucson marks 25 years of presenting Brazilian custom

Maybe it's the challenge presented by the desert environment that helps to make gardening and horticulture such popular pastimes in Arizona. Those plant lovers looking to add some variety or perhaps more challenge to their gardens will have an opportunity at the Tucson Botanical Gardens Weird Plant Sale.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

The Tucson Botanical Gardens offers a selection of weird indoor plants - and pots - for growers who have a taste for the unusual

Moyers & Company

This week: learning from our racial past is crucial to addressing America’s current ethnic tensions. Friday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

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