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Tucson Cine Mexico is in the midst of a five day festival that showcases some of most notable narrative and documentary films produced by a prolific and innovative industry south of the border.

Cine Mexico Brings Culture to the Screen

Five-day festival showcases fine narrative and documentary films from south of the border

Representative Vic Williams talks about the progress in the legislature with Christopher Conover.

Budget News On its Way

A special Arizona Illustrated Political Focus previews the new state budget, slated for release on Monday

Festival of Stars

This month view some of the most popular personalities and programs Arizona Public Media and PBS on PBS-HD have to offer!

BP Agent Autopsy Released

Autopsy report reveals a single gunshot killed Border Patrol agent Brian Terry

49 Charges Against Loughner

A federal grand jury has returned a new indictment against Jared Lee Loughner

Demion Clinco tells us more about the historic Forest Lodge property in Tucson.

History Moment: Forest Lodge

A mansion built for a countess crowns Oro Valley

Rural health care providers in Southeast Arizona may be facing some new challenges. Governor Jan Brewers budget relies on obtaining an exemption from federal rules so she can reduce the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state's Medicaid alternative, and save the state $1.5 billion over the next two years.

Episode 8: Medicaid Cuts Could Constrict State's Recovery

Health care for working poor, insurance rates, and the overall economy would all suffer if Arizona slashes or stops AHCCCS, experts say

Detained at Departure

Just feet from the Mexican border, Customs and Border Protection agents capture illegal immigrants--on their way out

Full Interview with Dennis Dahlen

The head of the state's largest health-care system says Medicaid cuts would spell "a downward spiral" -- watch the complete interview

Kimberly Craft interviews Tony Gallegos and Luis Carlos Davis, the two filmmakers behind "389 Miles", a documentary on the Arizona-Sonora border.

389 Miles: "Living the Border"

Local director documents both sides of the fence

Merin thomas shows her winning science fair project.

Students Answer President's Plea: Merin Thomas

AZPM profiles students responding to President Obama's call for innovation that can "win the future"

Kimberly Craft interviews Jack Kelly an Horticultural Agent, Pima County Cooperative Extension

Choosing Plants for Dry Places

In an Arizona Illustrated studio follow-up to "Conservation Close to Home," a horticultural experts talks about plants well-suited to the desert landscape

Shaun McClusky and Ron Asta are both running for Tucson's mayoral seat.

Mayoral Race Draws New Contenders

Two Republicans push for making Tucson better for commerce

literacy and the courts

Judge Allows Autopsy Results Release

Federal judge in the Loughner case says reports from the January 8th shootings can be made public

T.S. Monk on Monk

The jazz drumming son of Thelonious Monk celebrates his father's music with "Monk on Monk" at Centennial Hall on March 6th.

Tippi Hedren Tells All

The silver screen legend shares her vivid memories of starring in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds." Tippi hosts a special screening of the film at the Loft Cinema on March 6th.

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