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John C. Scott

It would take a two-hour radio show to recount the times talk show host John C. Scott has bounced around the radio dial, but he's not looking back. Scott, 73, will return his eponymous interview program to Tucson radio — this time at the helm of a new liberal station, the revamped KEVT 1210 AM. Read more» 2

Glassman on election night, 2010.

A former Tucson City Councilman and one-time Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate has been picked to head up a "Technology, Transparency and Commerce Council" by Secretary of State Michele Reagan. Read more» 2

Two longtime local broadcasters are returning to the radio Monday. Talk-show hosts Jim Parisi and John C. Scott are both taking to the air on PowerTalk Radio, AM 1210. Parisi organized the station's new lineup, which includes other local talk and a satellite sports feed at night. Read more»

John C. Scott

Just over a month after what was thought to be his final broadcast comes word that a veteran radio talker will again pick up the microphone. The John C. Scott Show will return as part of a "PowerTalk Radio" lineup organized by talk show host Jim Parisi, beginning Feb. 17 on AM 1210. Read more» 1

Scott

Legendary radio man John C. Scott will soon no longer be the senior statesman of local broadcasters. Radio station KVOI is pulling the plug on his news program after Friday's show, and Scott said he won't seek to move to another call sign after a run of 24 years on a number of Tucson stations. "I've been doing the broadcast thing for more than 50 years," he said. "I started when I was 16 and now I'm 71." Read more» 4

Interviews with Tucson Weekly Editor Dan Gibson, Pima County Democratic Party Chairman Don Jorgensen, TUSD Governing Boardmember Mark Stegeman, KVOI GM Doug Martin, Arizona Capitol Times reporter Hand Stephenson. Read more»

Interviews with Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll, who's running for reelection, plus KVOI's Doug Martin and Ally Miller, a Republican candidate for supervisor in District 1. Read more»

In a special extended-edition of the Friday reporters' roundtable, featuring Sarah Garrecht Gassen of the Arizona Daily Star and Mark B. Evans of TucsonCitizen.com. Read more»

Tune into Bill Buckmaster's radio show around 12:30 p.m. Friday for an appearance by Sentinel editor Dylan Smith. Read more»