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March 9, 1877: Congress Passes Desert Land Act

Allows Farmers to Increase Holdings

March 7, 1933: Lewis Douglas Named U.S. Budget Director

Roosevelt Appoints Arizonan

March 6, 1985: Artificial Heart Transplant

Doctors Cecil Vaughn and Jack Copeland Make Medical History

March 5, 1881: Prescott Founded

Town of Prescott, Arizona Incorporated

March 3, 1859: First Newspaper Published in Arizona

“Weekly Arizonian” First Printed

March 2, 1933: Tucson Banks Closed

Nationwide Run on Banks

 Merchants and tourists say they see more bustle and vibrancy in Tucson's urban chore.

Downtown's Development Evolves

More businesses are taking a chance on moving to downtown Tucson

Kimberly Craft interviews Christopher Carroll about his family history, and plans to develop a park celebrating the centennial.

Arizona Centennial Honors Pioneers

Pocket park planned for historic city center

Kimberly Craft discusses the Major League Soccer Desert Cup with Lea Marquez Peterson, President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Tucson Soccer Kicks Off

Local and international athletes compete in Tucson's first Major League Soccer competition

March 1, 1917: Zimmermann Note

Proposed WWI Alliance Between Germany and Mexico

Alistair Cooke

The Unseen Alistair Cooke

This MASTERPIECE CLASSIC special is a revealing portrait of one of the most celebrated broadcasters of the 20th century. Friday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD

American Masters and Great Performances

Take a front-row seat to watch world class performers on AMERICAN MASTERS "Troubadours” at 8 p.m. and GREAT PERFORMANCES "Harry Connick, Jr." at 9 p.m. Wednesday on PBS-HD.

An Impromptu Decision on Abortion

Arizona House of Representatives quickly passed two abortion proposals late Monday

It's time for the annual Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival. We'll get a look at the history of this local tradition as well as a preview of some of the highlights in store this season.

A Little Winter Music

Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival brings intimate classical music performances to southern Arizona

We talk to June Scobee Rodgers, founder of the Challenger Space Center for Science Education.

Challenger Centers Take Off

Challenger astronaut's widow shares how she and the other survivors of those lost in shuttle tragedy turned personal loss into a positive gain for children everywhere

Kimberly Craft and Lawrence Rosen Ph.D., a professor of anthropology at Princeton University, discuss the cultural and social significance of current events.

Understanding the Middle East

Anthropologist Lawrence Rosen discusses epicenter of unrest

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