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Michelle's Update

Michelle Kirlew and her family are the subjects of AZPM’s most recent documentary “Winning by Living, One Cancer Story.”

The Spin on Advertising

Business’ use many means to attract the attention of potential customers.

Graduating Forster

Young people dropout of school for many different reasons and each student has a different story.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 132

A Veteran's Story; Graduating Forster; Sidney Levy; Favorite Places: Congress Street

A Veteran's Story

After he suffered a devastating injury on the battlefield, Erik Castillo was told he would never walk or talk again. But he set out to prove his doctors wrong—and surprised himself with what he could achieve.

Sidney Levy

Sidney Levy, PhD could have retired three decades ago but the 93-year old professor, researcher and author still loves to go to work and inspire a new batch of people who are studying at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 131

Cesar Chavez, Haircuts for the Homeless, Changing Lives

Giving Blood

Greg Cogoli has been giving blood for four decades, hear firsthand what it’s like to give platelets … and then hear from Betty, who needs blood transfusions to survive and is grateful for those who give.

Haircuts and Hope

Getting a haircut may seem like a trivial part of our lives but people without permanent homes often go months or years without one.

Fighting Molly

Molly Helsel is a single mom and a veteran MMA fighter.

Art Moms

This story takes a very personal look into three Tucson based artists' lives with children.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 130

Hawk Family Racing, MMA Fighters, Art Moms

Hawk Family Racing

Cindy Hawk and her husband Chuck races dragsters.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 129

People living with Alzheimer's disease, an Arizona cowboy cavalry, and catch up with the Tucson ChamberLab


Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million people in the U.S. alone, yet it’s still poorly understood. Now a new study seeks to better understand the disease by testing healthy people—all with just the click of a mouse.

Survival Training

Pilots and crew are constantly training at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Part of that training includes an ongoing program called SERE or Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape.

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