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Arizona Budget 2012: How It Affects You

The state budget goes into effect July 1 with plenty of local impacts.

Andrea Kelly interviews Dyer Lytle, of the Jefferson Park neighborhood, on the future use of the closed Jefferson Park Elementary School.

What's Next for Closed Schools?

Neighborhoods want a voice in what happens to the vacant buildings

TUSD is Tucsons largest school district, but its been experiencing a drop in enrollment in recent years, as well as increased budget constraints.

Closed Schools Offer Community Resources

Proposals for reusing nine TUSD schools going to board members

Bart Lard speaks on WWII veterans.

Honor Flight: WWII Vets Visit D.C.

Program gives veterans chance to see monuments dedicated to them

We speak to AZPM's Jason Katterhenry about computer hacking. Jason will be joining us occasionally to address technology/computer issue.

Protect Yourself from Hacking

AZPM's tech expert tells how to keep your computing safe

A Capitol Fourth

Broadcast live from the U.S. Capitol featuring some of the country’s best known musicians in performance with the National Symphony Orchestra. Monday at 5 p.m. on PBS-HD.

WaveLengths: New Science on Sleep

In this new episode of WaveLengths, host Dr. Vicki Chandler will look at fascinating studies on sleep. Monday at 6:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Guests Laura Shaw and Ruth Brinkley discuss their Washington, D.C. media tour to promote Tucsons healthcare leadership.

Bringing Healthy Business to Tucson

Carondelet,TREO work to attract high-impact jobs

An interview with Arizona Cancer Center doctor Clara Curiel about the recent FDA guidelines for selecting the most effective sunscreens.

Safer Sunscreens Coming to Market

FDA issues new rules; 'broad spectrum' sunscreens cover UVB, UVA

Dawn Elliott leaving AZPM

A message from Dawn enclosed

Amber Mazzei and Lotti Ross of the American Lung Association say hot, dry weather can contribute to lung problems.

Be Observant to Keep Lungs Healthy

Tucson's dry heat, high ozone days can be hazardous

New Roger Road Sewer Plant to Reduce Odor

New construction will improve plant, meet environmental standards

Arizona Between Nosotros: new works created by Mexican artists in response to current state events; presented in Phoenix, Tucson and Nogales, Sonora during summer 2011

Arizona Between Nosotros: Artists from Mexico

A response in video and performance to political events

Moira Geoffrion is a painter, sculptor, head of the University of Arizona art department and former president of the Mid America College Art Association.

TPAC Announces Lumie Award Winners

Former Head of UA Art Department Wins for Arts Educator

Bugs Tell Story of Fire and Stream

Aquatic insects in the Chiricahua Mountains help biologists understand fire's impact

We are joined by two women from the YWCA who talk about their participation with the "Between Nosotros" border artists organization as well as other issues being tackled by the group.

Racial Justice Program Reaches Out

Tucson YWCA partners with teens, adults and artists to keep racism at the forefront of public discussion

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