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Teachers' Voices with Charles Collingwood and Jordan Schettler

What happens when even exceptional teachers' jobs are not safe from the chopping block? Hear one teacher's story behind the mass layoffs at Rincon High School.

Space shuttle Endeavour and its six-member STS-134 crew head toward Earth orbit and rendezvous with the International Space Station. Liftoff was at 8:56 a.m. (EDT) on May 16, 2011, from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.

Captain Mark Kelly

Listen to an interview from orbit, as Captain Mark Kelly answers questions from on board the International Space Station.

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A Phone Call from Endeavour

AZPM speaks with Shuttle Commander Mark Kelly, husband of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, during his mission in space

The Drug War At Home: Gangs Acting As Foot Soldiers For Drug Cartels

In exchange for drug money, U.S. gangs are recruited by Mexican drug cartels to do their dirty work

Border Journalism Network

The University of Arizona and other schools band together to teach young border reporters how to stay safe.

Kimberly Craft interviews Paul Green and discusses the bird population in Arizona.

Conservation Soars in Southern Arizona

Audubon Society explains its efforts to show local residents that avian conservation isn't just for the birds in this in-studio follow-up to "The View from Above"

TV Program Schedule Change #2

June 2011 (Frontline)

We speak to a pilot for LightHawk, a volunteer organization which flies scientists and other residents over tracts of land so they can get aerial perspectives of areas that are being studied, developed, or under consideration for preservation.

The View from Above

Volunteer pilots help scientists chart the health of the Western landscape

Kimberly Craft interviews John Pedicone

Amid Turmoil, TUSD Examines Past and Future

Tucson Unified School District superintendent tackles the thorny issues this school year has raised

Homicide Survivors, Inc. is a non-profit victim assistance organization. The program offers services at no charge to all survivors of homicide victims, and has been active in Tucson and Southern Arizona since 1982. In this next story we'll see how the program helps individuals cope with the grief and trauma with the loss.

The Homicide Survivor

One mother's unimaginable loss motivates her work to help others

The Drug War At Home: How Cartel Cash Moves Across the Border

Maintaining the drug trade's huge cash flow takes creativity, connections--and the complicity of prominent U.S. banks

Loughner Found Not Competent

Federal judge finds suspect in Tucson's tragic Jan. 8 shooting incompetent to stand trial, putting case on hold

Did You Know?

Travel flow chart

Linda Mayro and Jonathan Mabry join the studio to talk about the preservation of our built environments.

Making the Old New Again

Historic preservation professionals to gather in Tucson

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"

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