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We speak to Serena Unrein about the desire for passenger train service between Tucson and Phoenix. She is the public interest for PIRG, the Public Interest Research Group based in Phoenix. Joining her is Tucson businessman Erik Stewart.

Rallying for Rail

Residents and businesses join forces to put Tucson on track for train service to Phoenix

University of Arizona President Robert Shelton Resigns

The UA community ponders a future with new leadership.

We speak to the coordinator of the Jewish-Latino Coalition and two students who participated in the program about its goals and their experiences.

Two Cultures Working Together

Jewish-Latino teen coalition unites youth for leadership programs and social change

A Union Pacific freight train, pulled by two locomotives, rolls into the train yard southeast of downtown Tucson.

A Railroad Renaissance for the Southwest?

Economics and environmentalism are on the side of train service expansion in the 21st century, supporters say

David Suchet returns as suave Belgian super sleuth Hercule Poirot in three brand-new mysteries based on the novels by Agatha Christie.

Poirot XI: Three Act Tragedy

MASTERPIECE: MYSTERY! Poirot attends a cocktail party where a local Reverend chokes to death; when a second guest dies Poirot must investigate further. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Demion Clinco talks about the history of Hotel Congress.

History Moment: Hotel Congress

Tucson Hotel is full of History

Luis Carrion takes us into an ethnic studies Classroom at TUSD.

Raza Studies Illegal

Arizona Superintendent of Public Schools John Hupenthal declaresTUSD’s Mexican American Studies program in violation of state law

Tony Paniagua interviews Ethnic Studies teacher Curtis Acosta about the recent decision regarding the program.

Tucson Ethnic Studies Program Out of Compliance with State Law

State Superintendent decides, TUSD ethnic studies supporters react

Recall Effort Rolls Along

Petition to recall Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce may have enough signatures to put recall effort on the ballot

Pam White interviews Jennifer Barton.

KEYS Keys Kids into Science

A new outreach program connects young people to scientist mentors and research projects

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS: Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings & Carolyn Wonderland

Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings burn up the stage with their modern take on classic soul and funk. Texas treasure Carolyn Wonderland follows with her incendiary blend of rock, blues and soul. Saturday at 11 p.m. on PBS-HD.

The Myths and Facts Of Fire

Expert says fires are a fact of life in the Southwest and local communities should address that reality

We speak to the new science and operations officer for the National Weather Service in Tucson. Among the different topic are the ongoing drought and the expected monsoon.

Monsoon Begins Wednesday, June 15th

As the rainy season kicks in, local meteorologist discusses the conditions required for a good monsoon

Regents to Hold National Search for Shelton's Replacement

As UA President Robert Shelton sets out to repair Fiesta Bowl's reputation, the campus community looks at what's next

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