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Democrat Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson's mayor-elect.

ELECTION RESULTS: Democratic Sweep in Tucson?

Rothschild wins mayor; Romero, Cunningham win council seats; Scott too close to call

Metropolitan Pima Alliance Executive Director, Amber Smith (center), and President of the board, Brian Harpel (right), tell us about what the organization does to bring government organizers and land developers together.

Metropolitan Pima Alliance Bridges Private, Public Priorities

MPA encourages policies that makes sense for governments and developers

Executive Director of the Sonoran Institute, Luther Propst, talks about scientific efforts to maintain healthy rivers that are facing increasing pressures from human beings.

Sonoran Institute Celebrates 20 Years of Conservation

Non-profit continues its work to monitor health of the Santa Cruz River, Colorado River Delta

Charting Success: A Discussion About Vision, Customer Loyalty and Building Amazing Products

Jack Tretton President and Chief Executive Officer Sony Computer Entertainment of America

Tucson Tradition to Honor Armed Services for 92nd Year

Organizers say the Tucson's Veterans Day Parade will offer "something for everybody" this year

Associate Professor and Journalist, Maggy Zanger tells us about a grant that was awarded to the UA to start a journalism program in Afghanistan.

Million-Dollar Grant to Train Journalists in Afghanistan

Program led in part by University of Arizona will foster high-quality journalism training in the war-torn country

Physicist and acclaimed author Brian Green

The Illusion of Time

NOVA: FABRIC OF THE COSMOS Hurtle 50 years into the future before stepping into a wormhole to travel back to the past. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

"Kiss Me Deadly" starring Ralph Meeker

Hollywood at Home presents Kiss Me Deadly

Private eye Mike Hammer is pulled by a doomed female hitchhiker into a deadly whirlpool of intrigue. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

we speak with Jim Nintzel - Host, AZPM's "Friday Roundtable"

Arizona Illustrated: Political Roundtable for Nov. 4, 2011

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

AZ Week: Redistricting Process Mired in Political Mud

Republicans want a redo; Democrats demand due process

Episode 43: Redistricting Process Mired in Political Mud

Republicans want a redo; Democrats demand due process

Jennifer Steen Ph.D , Asst. Professor of Political Science at Arizona State University discusses voter redistricting and the impact on the voting and election procedures in the state of Arizona.

Full interview with ASU political scientist Jennifer Steen

Redistricting work so far 'highly unlikely' to encounter constitutional issues, she says

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