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The Civil War

Ken Burns’ epic documentary brings to life America's most destructive — and defining — conflict. Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Science Fair winner and high school student Stan Palasek explains his research on creating a new type of sugar.

Students Answer President's Plea: Stan Palasek

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

State Senator Linda Lopez (D-Tucson) sits down with Christopher Conover to discuss the Fiesta Bowl ethics probe and the new state budget.

A Long Night for the Legislature

State Sen. Linda Lopez discusses the week's events at the capitol, including the House's passage of a revised budget

Demion Clinco, President of the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation, talks about the historic Mountain View Black Officers Club.

History Moment: Mountain View Officers Club

At Fort Huachuca, one building captures the history and spirit of the WWII-era Black military

Christopher Conover interviews Jesse Lugo, a former independent gas station operator, and Andrea Martincic, Executive Director of the Arizona Petroleum Marketers Association.

A Precarious Position

Despite rising gas prices, independent gas station owners are barely keeping their stations afloat, experts say in this in-studio follow-up to "Struggling Gasoline Stations"

Full Interview with Adolfo Echeveste

New law "took redistricting out of the smoke-filled back room," says former redistricting commissioner - watch the uncut interview

Full Interview with Jennifer Steen

"After we went to that system for redrawing district lines, the number of competitive districts in Arizona actually went down," expert says - watch the uncut interview

Episode 12: Redistricting Arizona

Redrawing state congressional boundaries no longer involves 'smoke-filled back room,' experts say, but the system has fallen short of creating competitive election districts - more tonight at 8:30p.m., on PBS-HD

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Horses of Gettysburg

This program celebrates the forgotten equine heroes of the Civil War. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Despite the spike in gas prices, independent dealers say many are struggling because it's hard to make money on gasoline alone. It's only pennies per gallon, they say, so it's important to sell other items as well to make up the difference.

Struggling Gasoline Stations

Despite higher gas prices, many small business owners are shutting down their operations.

Dolores Huerta visits Tucson to talk to young people about the importance of education, and the political process in the United States.

Dolores Huerta Visits Tucson

Icon of the social justice struggle shares her perspectives and life experiences with young Tucsonans

Fighting for New Life

Despite dwindling population and prosperity, the mining town of Clifton, Arizona struggles to stay alive

Christopher Conover Talks with Fellow American College of Clinical Endocrinologists and Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Arizona.

Living with Diabetes

Saturday forum offers the Tucson community a look at the latest techniques for managing diabetes

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (Southern Arizona) is sending the loud and clear message that help is available. They are working to squash the stigma with their annual NAMI Walks event.

Squashing the Stigma of Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Health of Southern Arizona provides help and hope to anyone facing the struggle of mental illness

TV Program Schedule Change #2

April 2011 (UA)

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