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American Experience: Death and the Civil War

Explore the political and social changes wrought by the pervasiveness and fear of death during the Civil War. Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

we speak with Jim Nintzel - Host, AZPM's "Friday Roundtable"

Political Roundtable: Friday, Sept. 14, 2012

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

Episode 88: Will Latino Voters Influence Election?

Many more registered, but uncertainty over turnout, which has been low

Jose Borrajero, communications director of the Arizona Latino Republican Association, discusses Latino voter trends and turnout for the November general election.

Full Interview on Latino Voting with José Borrajero

Republican says 'government largess' keeps Latinos, others away from GOP

Luis Heredia, executive director of the Arizona Democratic Party, discusses Latino voter turnout and trends.

Full Interview on Latino Voting with Luis Heredia

State Democratic Party executive projects 16% of AZ November electorate as Latino

AZ Week: Will Latinos Influence Election?

Registration numbers are rising, but turnout remains at issue

Despite the spike in gas prices, independent dealers say they are struggling because it's hard to make money on gasoline alone.

Gasoline Prices Continue Rising

Arizonans paying 35 cents more than one month ago

'Emergency' Appeal Filed on SB 1070

Civil rights groups seek order to block 'stop and check' provision

Market Warriors: Antiquing in Springfield, OH

The pickers search the Springfield Extravaganza for cast iron to sell at auction. Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Pinal Sheriff Told to Retrieve Surplus Equipment

Federal gear was distributed to ineligible agencies, government says

Tucson Teens Trek To Tundra

Sabino High School students travel to Colorado to work with National Geographic scientists

Wendy Van Leuveren, Director of Operations with the Arizona Underground Film Festival, talks about the 5th year of one of the nation's top underground cult film festivals.

Airing Out the Underground

Arizona Underground Film Festival celebrates 5th anniversary

Celeste Gonzalez de Bustamante, PhD, an assistant professor at UA's School of Journalism and Center for Latin American Studies speaks about a book she recently co-edited.

Decades-Old Immigration Debate Renewed

Battle over immigration- legal and not- has long history in Arizona

AZ Illustrated: Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012

Border deaths continue, new book on immigration, more

Migrant deaths in the desert continue at a steady pace and its the Tucson sector that has the highest numbers.

Medical Examiner's Grisly Border Task

Migrant deaths continue in spite of drop in illegal crossing arrests

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