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Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.

A televised question and answer session with Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake was postponed Wednesday, the same day it was set to air, after news broke that Arizona PBS had agreed to separately interview Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs. Read more»

Candidates for the Arizona Legislature will make their cases during a series of primary debates hosted by the Clean Elections Commission. The online events, organized by district, will run from June through early July. Read more»

'Everyone's a Little Bit Racist' with (from left) Princeton (Michael Calvoni), Gary Coleman (Sydnee Ortiz) & Kate Monster (Marie MacKnight)

By thrusting the imagined children’s society of Sesame Street into adult situations, “Avenue Q” creates a place where platitudes are perverted by harsh realities. The Broadway production in 2004 took home Tony awards for Best Musical, Best Book and Best Original Score. Read more»

Tower climber Jay Guilford poses atop a cell tower. He was one of 11 climbers to die while working on AT&T jobs during a wave of cell service expansion from 2006 to 2008.

Tower climbing, an obscure field with no more than 10,000 workers, has a death rate roughly 10 times that of construction. Read more»

MAS supporters chanted 'Shame on you' as the vote to suspend TUSD's ethnic studies program MAS supporters chanted 'Shame on you' as the vote to suspend TUSD's ethnic studies program was taken Jan. 10.

A documentary on the battle over Tucson Unified School District's Mexican-American Studies program will re-air at 11 p.m., Thursday on KUAT Channel 6. Read more»

PBS will air a one-hour documentary this week about the healing of the Tucson community following the Jan. 8 shootings that claimed six lives and injured 13. Read more» 1

Sign at a Greyhound bus station in Rome, GA.

I’m often taken aback when I hear someone complain that racial conditions in the United States haven’t changed much—or are worse—than at some point in the nation’s past. Anyone who says something so observably false either doesn’t know or fails to respect the progressive march of history. Read more» 1

Republicans who control the House have proposed what's called a "continuing resolution" - not quite the same as a real budget - to keep the government running. The resolution includes drastic cuts to more programs than I can name, and it's important to understand what that means. Read more» 1

The bad news for Fox News viewers is that merely watching the channel appears to be toxic. Daily watchers of Fox News believed the most misinformation of anyone. “Fox displays a particular pattern of misinformation. The more you watch the more inaccurate your views.” Read more» 2