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Host Jim Nintzel and the journalist's panel debate TUSD's ruling on ethnic studies, the Presidential race and ongoings in the state legislature.

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Jan. 20, 2012

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

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Episode 54: Water Supply OK -- For Now

Experts say Arizona needs good conversation to set priorities

Karen L. Smith Ph.D. a Fellow at  Grand Canyon Institute (Left) and Grady Gammage Jr., Senior Research Fellow at Morrison Institute for Public Policy at ASU (Right) analyze the effective ways of water conservation in Arizona.

Full Interview With Water Experts Smith, Gammage

State faces crisis in 2 decades; better conversation needed for solutions, they say

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AZ Week: Water Legislation Needed, Expert Says

State faces 'critical threshold' in 2035, when usage will exceed supply

January 23, 1916- This Day in Arizona History

Flooding in Yuma Causes Mayor's Death

January 22, 1968- This Day in Arizona History

Phoenix Suns Created

January 21, 1927- This Day in Arizona History

Bear Down Gymnasium Opens

January 20, 1920- This Day in Arizona History

General Pershing Arrives in Arizona

Gabriel Ortiz, an 11th grade student at Ironwood Ridge High School and his favorite teacher, Dr. Theresa Chavez

Teachers' Voices with Gabriel Ortiz and Dr. Theresa Chavez

Gabriel was a homeless teen with a troubled background who had given up on being a student, until he met a teacher who refused to give up on him.

Susie Weaver, member of the Tucson Quilters Guild, discusses quilting in our state and how the craft creates a sense of community among the people who participate.

Quilters Patch Together New Community While Preserving Tradition

Quilt show, exhibition highlight quilting's colorful history, vibrant present

Julia Pernet (center), Director of the Tucson Guitar Society, and Tom Patterson (right), Director of Bolton Guitar Studies at UA, discuss each program and how the UA's guitar program is on its way to becoming the best in the world.

Conservatory Trains Next Generation of Guitarists

Popular university program draws classical guitar students from all over the world

Eduardo Minozzi Costa is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Arizona's guitar program. His accomplishments include numerous guitar competition awards, active leadership in the Tucson Guitar Society and a recent debut performance in New York's Carnegie Hall.

Up-and-Coming Classical Guitarist Makes International Impression

Guitarist blends passion and discipline to make beautiful music--and an auspicious start

The compelling mini-series documents the profound sacrifices and largely ignored contributions of black soldiers throughout American history — from the earliest days of the Revolutionary War to the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Story of America's Black Patriots

FOR LOVE OF LIBERTY: THE STORY OF AMERICA'S BLACK PATRIOTS looks at the untold history of African-American participation in America's armed forces. Monday at 10 p.m. PBS-HD 6.

Tucson Police Foundation's board chair, Ellen Yacovone (center), and executive director, Rob LaMaster (right) share the organization's history, mission and involvement in the community including some upcoming events.

Tucson Police Foundation Supports Officers With Equipment Funding

Foundation helps officers replace aging equipment when stipend isn't enough

Web Feature: On a (Paper) Wing and a Prayer

Can the world’s biggest paper airplane bring a town and its museum together?

TUSD is Tucsons largest school district, but its been experiencing a drop in enrollment in recent years, as well as increased budget constraints.

Arizona Ranks 44th Nationwide for Education

New national study shows slight drop in the state's standing

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