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The Steep Cost of Statehood

In honor of Black History Month and the start of Arizona's Centennial year, AZPM explores the legacy of segregation

Kimberly Craft interviews Michael Stoddard, a retired Federal Agent.

Ex-Agent Talks Border Security

A retired federal agent discusses his experience with the NIS and Border Patrol, scoffs at notion that border is more secure than ever

Kimberly Craft interviews David Aguirre, Executive Director of Dinnerware Gallery, and Myles Stone, Co-Founder of Borderlands Brewing Company.

Arts and Culture Come Together

Dinnerware Gallery to host symposium for Tucson artists

literacy and the courts

Jury Finds Shawna Forde Guilty

Jurors convict accused Minuteman vigilante of murder, other charges; now must decide on the death penalty

The Power of Public Broadcasting

CPB Funding Remains at Risk

The Arizona Public Media Community Advisory Board is endorsing the efforts of 170 Million Americans, a grassroots effort to rally support for public broadcasting.

Arizona Capitol Building where a budget stalemate continues deep into the fiscal year.

Governor Releases Business Plan

In new business development plan, Gov. Brewer calls for cuts to corporate taxes

Taking Action for Sustainability

County says initial reports of Sustainability Action Plan show many successes

February 1934: Rabies Outbreak

Tucson Epidemic Rages

February 1937: Arizona Inn

Prices for Dinner and Accommodations

February 26, 1919: Grand Canyon National Park Created

President Woodrow Wilson Signs Act

February 1947: Spring Training Starts in Tucson

Cleveland Indians Moved from Florida to Arizona

February 24, 1945: Iwo Jima Flag

Gila River Indian Helps to Raise Flag

February 23, 1540: Coronado Heads Toward Arizona

First Europeans to See the Grand Canyon

February 22, 1935: Pitcairn Autogyro

Giving Rides in Tucson

February 21, 1925: First Tucson Rodeo

La Fiesta de Los Vaqueros

February 20, 1959: Glen Canyon Bridge

Highest Steel Arch Bridge in the World

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