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Sherry Sass and John Shepard from the Sonoran Institute discuss preservation and conservation of the southwestern United States.

Helping Communities Help Themselves

The Sonoran Institute describes its conservation efforts locally and across the West in this in-studio follow-up to "Reclaiming an Oasis in the Desert"

crowded traffic on highway

The Drug War At Home: Hunting Smugglers On the Highway

Along the nation's roads, law enforcement officials track drug trafficking's often invisible trail

Tucson Remembers: The Battle for Europe

World War II veterans from the Tucson area share their memories, emotions and even battle scars from The Battle for Europe. Monday at 6:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

The Drug War At Home: A Smuggler’s Tale

One trafficker's story reveals the complex web of routes that bring drugs into the U.S.

TV Program Schedule Change #1

June 2011

TV Program Schedule Change #6

May 2011 (Surgery Grand Rounds)

Did You Know?

This is the first of many upcoming quick "lessons" on things you should know as an AZPM employee

American Experience: War Letters

A collection of personal correspondence that brings to life the human side of war, from the American Revolution to the Gulf War. Monday at 10:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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Shaking Up Shelbyville

A new documentary details the demographic transformation of a Tennessee town

School Districts Reach a Decision

SUSD and TUSD decide to allow seniors who haven't passed AIMS to walk in graduation ceremonies

Tony Paniagua visits two scientists from the Sonoran Institute who are studying part of the Santa Cruz River south of Tucson that gets its water from a treatment facility north of Nogales.

Reclaiming An Oasis in the Desert

With the help of a water treatment plant, a stretch of the Santa Cruz River south of Tucson is returning to life

June 13, 1966- This Day in Arizona History

Miranda Ruling

June 12, 1930- This Day in Arizona History

Tucson Airport Expands

June 11, 1931- This Day in Arizona History

Prohibition Agents Discover Largest Arizona Still

June 10, 1932- This Day in Arizona History

Monks Return to San Xavier

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