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A Tucson Obituary

On Veteran's Day, Arizona has four young soldiers to mourn.

Last Helicopter Out

As Saigon fell, one helicopter went back to rescue stranded Marines.

Bus in downtown Tucson

A Greyhound Depot in Maynard's Kitchen?

The city to consider relocating bus depot to downtown.

Arizona Public Media is seeking Civil Rights memorabilia and stories

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Sandhill Cranes in Flight

Desert Speaks: Beyond the Asphalt

Host David Yetman travels by foot, car and bike to enjoy rare experiences beyond the interstate highways. Thursday, November 18 at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD

Painting from the Gallegos Picture Group

Secrets of the Divine

THE ALTERPIECE OF CIUDAD RODRIGO Behind the curtain of a medieval church in Spain, altar paintings held a history of secrets. Sunday at 6 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Tony Penn, President and CEO of United Way of Tucson, discusses the struggles the organization faces with the upcoming season of giving.

United Way Welcomes New Leader

Tony Penn vows to strengthen non-profit in wake of financial woes.

Calvin Baker, Superintendent of the Vail School District, discusses why he thinks voters rejected the proposed budget override.

Vail Voters Nix School Override

Superintendent Calvin Baker discusses the Vail school district's efforts to regroup.

AZPM Radio Campaign Surpasses Goal!

Thanks to all who called or clicked on our Website during the Arizona Public Media Fall Radio Membership Campaign.

Tina Fey is awarded the Mark Twain Prize

Tina Fey: The Mark Twain Prize

A star-studded cast salutes Tina Fey, the 2010 winner of the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Monday 10 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Explore Immigrant Stories on PBS WORLD

The month of November, WORLD TV and WORLDcompass.org presents "Diaspora," poignant and compelling tales of survival, and individual struggles to come to terms with new cultures and dual identities.

Secrets of the Dead: Slave Ship Mutiny

In 1766 the slave ship Meermin set sail from Madagascar for South Africa. Before it reached South Africa, slaves mutinied, managed to overpower the Dutch crew and ordered the ship be sailed back to Madagascar and freedom. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Bisbee Unified School District is one of a growing number of agencies in the country that is trying out the four-day work week.

Shorter Work Week, Equal Work

Two years in, Bisbee Unified School District takes stock of its four-day school week.

Mary Ellen Pruess

Sun Sounds of Arizona

Radio reading service has been helping the visually impaired for more than 30 years.

Dorothee Harmon is Project Director for One Stop Career Center.

Local Job Training Puts People Back to Work

Dorothee Harmon, project director for One Stop Career Center, helps pair willing workers with employer demands.

Kimberly Craft sits down with an interview with Meredith Hay.

Turning Ideas into Jobs

Meredith Hay discusses privatizing technology and innovation

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