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October 22, 1917- This Day in Arizona History

Globe-Miami Strike Ends

October 21, 1927- This Day in Arizona History

Temple of Music and Art Opens

October 20, 1977- This Day in Arizona History

Raul Castro Resigns

October 19, 1985- This Day in Arizona History

Sarah Sorin Enters Arizona Hall of Fame

Department Head of Gender and Women's Studies at UA, Caryl Finn (left) and Hispanic Alumni President, Diane Castro (right) tell us about their cooperative effort on a fundraising event for a tribute to Hispanic Women.

Plaza to Celebrate Contributions of Hispanic Women

Cooperative effort brings "Tributo a la Mujer Hispana" to University of Arizona campus

Nanette Slusser (middle) assistant county administrator for public works, Pima County, and Tom Veljic (left) bicycle ambassador talk about the progress that's being made on The Loop.

Pima County's Urban Loop Project Celebrates Progress

Almost half of the projected 55-mile shared use pathway is near completion

Ramón Valadez pima county supervisor talks about updates on the county.

Pima County Seeks Bond Issue for Business Growth

County officials proposing a bond package to help lure industries to Tucson area

Audrey Hepburn in "The Nun's Story."

Hollywood at Home presents The Nun's Story

The daughter of a Belgian surgeon (Audrey Hepburn) enters a convent in hopes of serving God as a nursing nun in the Congo. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Premises Park is a nonprofit indoor park established to fill Southern Arizona's need for BMX and Skateboard riders that is safe, fun, and drug free.

Former Factory Houses Indoor Biking, Skateboarding

Non-profit park offers BMX and skateboard riders location for safe riding

PBS Arts presents American Masters Pearl Jam

In honor of Pearl Jam’s 20th anniversary, award-winning director journalist Cameron Crowe creates a definitive portrait of the band. Friday at 9:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Episode 40: GOP, Dems Clash on Redistricting

Communities of interest vs. competitiveness distinguishes points of view

Our weekly roundtable with guests Republican Strategist, Jonathan Paton (left), Democratic Strategist, Paul Eckerstrom (center left), and AZPM's Andrea Kelly (center right) discuss the mayoral debate, political boundaries and the Rio Nuevo Board.

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Oct. 14, 2011

Jim Nintzel hosts our weekly discussion of local, state, national politics

Michael Chihak interviews Shane Wikfors, Communications Director for Arizona Republican Party on voter registration and competitive voter turn outs.

Full Interview with AZ Republican Party Comm. Director Shane Wikfors

GOP lead in voter registration should dictate more Republican congressional districts, he says

Michael Chihak interviews Luis Heredia, Executive Director of The Arizona Democratic Party on the latest redistricting draft map and what it means to the political competition of Arizona.

Full Interview with AZ Democratic Party Exec. Dir. Luis Heredia

More competitive political districts needed for Legislature, he says

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