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Smartest Night of Television

Join PBS for the smartest night of television as NOVA presents parts one and two of “Hunting the Edge of Space.” Wednesday beginning at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Secrets of the Dead: Irish Escape

The most outrageous escape story in the history of the high seas. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Road Show Marathon

Host Mark Walberg and crew visit Palm Springs, California. Monday beginning at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

YMCA Healthy Kids Day March 27th

Fun, free activities for the whole family at the Arizona Children's Association South Tucson Campus! Sunday March 27th 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Tailings Dust Under The Microscope

Ultra fine dust is the subject of a study, which includes tailings from the Mission Mine near Tucson

Full interview with Sen. David Schapira

From *Arizona Week* for March 18, 2011

Full interview with Rep. John Kavanagh

From *Arizona Week* for March 18, 2011

Full interview with Sen. Andy Biggs

From Arizona Week, March 18, 2011

Episode 10: Senate's budget: 'no gimmicks, no borrowing'

House will take up spending package cutting deeper than Brewer's proposals

Weighing Both Sides Of Oak Flat

Company proposes underground copper mine east of Superior

A Visit To The Ray Mine

Sights and sounds from the huge open pit copper mine north of Tucson

Rare Orchid Has Delayed Key Rosemont Environmental Assessment

Forest Service to release review soon, as environmental group petitions for orchid protection

Construction Trade Group Among Endorsers of Rosemont Mine

Group director says his clients need the work the mine will bring

A profile on Armando Montaño, an artist with an intimate connection with the cultural landscape of his community, and a keen eye for the details light and shadow.

Armando Montaño's Vision of Light and Shadow

Local artist finds beauty in the simple details of downtown barrios

Kimberly Craft interviews Animal and Poison Ivy from Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.).

Riding for a Reason

Bikers form a national protection squad to protect abused children

Kimberly Craft discusses the ethnic studies debate with Sean Arce, Directorum Mexican American Studies for TUSD, and Jeffrey Milem, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs with the UA College of Education.

Ethnic Studies Debate Continues

Amid accusations and controversy, educators cite the value of the ethnic studies curriculum

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