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Christopher Conover and Michael Chihak discuss Chihak's interview with Governor Jan Brewer.

Breaking Down the Governor's Tucson Speech

AZPM's Michael Chihak and Christopher Conover examine Gov. Jan Brewer's address to the League of Arizona Cities and Towns

Episode 34: Amid Cuts, Arizona Mayors Cautiously Optimistic

Meeting in Tucson, they hear an update from Gov. Brewer, but still worry about budgeting and the economy

US-Mexico border

Border Sees Less Illegal Immigration, More Drug Seizures

Top Customs and Border Protection official attributes results to increased enforcement

A small portion of Michael Chihak's interview with Governor Jan Brewer.

Brewer: Pay Down Debt With State's Early Surplus

Governor says revenue turnaround is sign that tough decisions are working

Amid Cuts, Arizona Mayors Cautiously Optimistic

Meeting in Tucson, they hear an update from Gov. Brewer, but still worry about budgeting and the economy

Beryl Baker is a Green Party candidate running against Regina Romero (D) of Ward 1 for the second time.

Beryl Baker, Green Ward One Candidate

Baker involved in Ward One issues for decades

Welcome Sandra Ward

Programming and Traffic Department

Himmel library screening date changed

Now Showing Film Series (see details)

Simon and Garfunkel

Simon and Garfunkel: Songs of America 1969

A vintage television program from a turbulent time in our nation’s past, featuring footage of Simon and Garfunkel on stage and on tour. Saturday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Silence and Devotion at Diamond Mountain

Stories from volunteers supporting a group of 39 people in a three-year silent retreat.

Construction projects move forward in tough economy

Ward One Candidates Debate Road Repair

Democrat and Green Party candidate offer different approaches to better Tucson's broken roads

Tracking the Chupacabra

Author Benjamin Radford explores the history and the reality of the famous bloodsucking monster. Is it more than just a modern myth?

Tucson resident Margaret Campbell was Arizona's first African American novelist. Mark McLemore learns more about Margaret Campbell's unique story from local historian Gloria Smith.

The Mystery of Margaret Campbell

A local historian tells about Arizona's first African American novelist and her unique underground home in South Tucson

Interview with members of the Tucson Chapter of Project Linus, which is volunteer non-profit organization that makes and gives new homemade blankets to needy children in multiple locations such as hospitals.

Good Blankets for Bad Times

Tucson's Project Linus donates thousands of blankets to children in need

The Sonoita Labor Day Rodeo and the Santa Cruz County Fair are being held this weekend and thousands of people are expected to participate. Tony Paniagua interviews Brent Cole, the rodeo chairman, and Kayla Lewis, who is attending the University of Arizona on a rodeo Scholarship.

Historic Rodeo in Cooler Climes

Sonoita Labor Day Rodeo celebrates 96 years of riding and racing tradition

September 22, 1554- This Day in Arizona History

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado dies

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