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Feds Crack Down on Controversial Sheriff

Department of Justice investigation reveals civil rights violations, discrimination by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Office

Beyond Sprawl: Rethinking Development in Tucson

In part 4, AZPM examines the lessons of the city's past growth and how they may shape the Tucson of the future

Christopher Conover brings us this week's political focus.

Immigration Arizona's Greatest Problem, Residents Say

Polls show immigration and education are top priorities for Arizonans

Jamal Givens (left), the director of prevention, training and neighborhood services and CODAC Behavioral Health Services and Jasper Kinsley (right) a workshop facilitator at the Tucson Indian Center discuss issues regarding depression and suicide during the holidays.

Holiday Season Brings Spike in Suicide Rates

Tucson social service agencies and community centers respond by spreading awareness, intervention training

"Team Toxic" Takes State to New Heights

Tucson middle-schoolers lead Arizona to first International First Lego League competition

Colleen Sands (left), a counselor at Howenstine High Magnet School and Amy Bosco (right) a volunteer at Sam Hughes Elementary explain the new school tax credit.

School Tax Credit Nears Year-End Deadline

State program allows individuals or couples to designate money for schools

Eugene Sander, President of the University of Arizona talks about the upcoming semester and a new program, Tech Launch Arizona.

University of Arizona Ramps Up Tech Marketing Efforts

Tech Launch Arizona program intends to get local research to international marketplace

Yuan Yuan Tan (The Mermaid) in “The Little Mermaid from San Francisco Ballet.”

The Little Mermaid From San Francisco Ballet

GREAT PERFORMANCES Experience Hans Christian Andersen’s haunting tale of love with San Francisco Ballet’s production of John Neumeier’s inventive ballet. Friday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Beyond Sprawl: Foreign Angels?

Part 3 of the Fronteras Desk series visits Las Vegas, where local realtors are recruiting foreign buyers to save the hard-hit housing market

Becky wishes on her birthday candle for a WordGirl-free world. After they're blown out, she realizes her wish has come true. What has she done?!

A World Without Wordgirl

Becky's birthday party gets interrupted by citizens in need of WordGirl's assistance so she wishes a WordGirl-free world. Premieres December 16 at 4:30 p.m. on KIDS-HD.

Attorney Mike Rankin discusses the violations that Occupy Tucson participants are facing and provides details about the repeat offenders' situations.

City Attorney: Occupy Tucson Citations Don't Stifle Assembly Rights

Tucson City Attorney Mike Rankin discusses reasons for continued citations, possible legal action facing Occupy Tucson demonstrators

Author, pianist, and musicologist Dr. Janne E. Irvine, born with limited vision, has written the story of how she learned to make sense of the blurry world around her.

Sight-Challenged Author Uses Curiosity to See

Memoir describes difficulties, joys of living with 'low vision and high expectations'

Beyond Sprawl: Not Your Mother's Suburb

Part 2 of the Fronteras Desk series talks to students learning from today's housing to reimagine tomorrow's communities

Occupy Tucson participants continue to clash with law enforcement officials.

700 Citations Issued to Occupy Tucson Participants

Activists keep movement alive in downtown park 'to practice free speech'

President Mary Ann Pogany and Treasurer Charlotte Poole of the Friends of Oracle State Park speak about their organization and their efforts to reopen an important part of their community.

Volunteers Rescue Oracle State Park

Supporters find resources, aim for February for re-opening

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