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"Tucson Remembers:  The Korean War"

"Tucson Remembers: The Korean War" - Part Three

Hear more memories from Tucson veterans as featured in the upcoming Arizona Public Media special "Tucson Remembers: The Korean War".

Voices Tiny

VOICES: Community Stories

VOICES: Community Stories Past & Present Inc. is a non-profit group that helps Tucson youth share their stories with the world. Hear the first in a new series of Voices essays.

Katherine Byrnes

In Tune - AZPM Original

Arizona Public Media debuts "In Tune" on May 14th, a new quarterly TV show about the local music scene. Mark McLemore talks with the host, jazz and blues singer Katherine Byrnes.

Ira Glass

Ira Glass

Public Radio personality Ira Glass will be appearing at Centennial Hall this Saturday, May 9th. Mark McLemore talks with Glass about "This American Life" and more.

Cokie Roberts

Cokie Roberts

Laura Markowitz talks with NPR senior news analyst Cokie Roberts about her book "We Are Our Mother's Daughters", chronicling the legacies of bold American women.

John Munger and Vince Rabago Face-off

Face Off

Political debate

Governor Brewer and Regent Fred Boice

University Budget

Legislators restore and sweep funds

Hispanic Chamber Maricela de Kester

Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Commentary on 20th anniversary

Reading Rainbow Contest Winners

Reading Rainbow

Contest winners

Savannah Guthrie on Arizona Illustrated

Savannah Guthrie

White House correspondent

UPH Kino Hospital

UPH at Kino

Wants more county money

Richard Elias, Pima County Board of Supervisors

Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias

Budget update and more

UA architecture students will participate in solar decathlon

UA Solar House

Building the most attractive and efficient solar house

racehorse rescue

Racehorse Rescue

Whereto after the track?

Robert N. Shelton, University of Arizona President

UA President Shelton

Swine flu preparedness and updating the budget picture

WE Shall Remain: Wounded Knee

Wounded Knee

On February 27, 1973, 54 cars rolled into the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Within hours protesters captured the world’s attention for 71 days. Monday at 9:00 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD.

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