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9:00 a.m. Monday, 1/24/2011 on the steps of Old Main

Gabrielle Giffords leaves University Medical Center

Giffords On Her Way

Congresswoman leaves Tucson's University Medical Center to continue recovery in Texas

A small town in Arizona is trying to keep the local state park open, so it entered into an intergovernmental agreement with the state to run a state park in Florence as a visitor center and museum. But the future of other parks is in question given the state's financial crises.

How to Save a State Park

A community in Pinal County fights to prevent the closure of a historic park

Arizona Week host Michael Chihak

Arizona Week: State budget cuts on the way: how did we get in this mess?

In-depth analysis Friday, January 21 on PBS-HD Channel 6 & Live On Demand @ 8:30 p.m.

US-Mexico border

Border Mayors Conference

Outcomes and partnerships with universities.

Kimberly Craft interviews Peggy Rowley operator of Rancho Seco and Kerry Baldwin Manager of the Natural Resource Division.

Wide Open Spaces

Pima County gets into the ranching business

literacy and the courts

Web Feature: The United States vs. Loughner

Now that a federal grand jury has indicted Jared Loughner, a long and complicated journey begins

Teachers' Voices with Donna Tapia-Twomey and Joe Chavez

Learn about AVID, a program that prepares under-served students in the Sunnyside School District for college.

David Pogue on the aircraft carrier

NOVA: Making Stuff Stronger

What is the world’s strongest material? Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

James Arness as Marshal Matt Dillon on "Gunsmoke"

Pioneers of Television: Westerns

Known everywhere as the quintessential American cultural identity, westerns filled small screens across the country night after night. Tuesday at 9 pm on PBS-HD.

Doctors working on congresswoman Giffords at University Medical Center give an update on her condition.

Giffords' Next Step

Congresswoman will undergo rehabilitation in Houston, Texas hospital

We visit with san tan valley residents who both supported and opposed a vote for incorporation. they never got the chance to vote because the Florence city council held the trump card, exercising their statutory right as a municipality within a 6 mile boundary to vote against the citizens' petition to hold an election. This story represents a collaboration between AZPM and San Tan Valley today newspaper.

Wild West Stand-Off in Pinal

Water utility may be fanning the flames of San Tan Valley discord

A studio interview with Stuart Baker, coordinator of TUSD's only online school, and parent Edward Kile.

High School 2.0

Agave Distance Learning offers high school in cyberspace


Who’s BIG and RED and LOVED ALL OVER? It’s Clifford— the dog with the biggest heart who is ready to spread the love

Clifford & his best friend Emily Elizabeth


Valentine’s Day is Clifford’s favorite holiday so he’s celebrating with a really BIG three-day TV event beginning February 10!

Water hose

Cash for Conservation

New program subsidizes rainwater harvesting equipment for local homeowners

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