Metro Week

Season 3, Episode 39 of 25

On the next episode of Metro Week: Sheriff’s department: An update on the FBI investigation into, and federal charges against a former top sheriff deputy accused of misusing funds from crime investigations. Interview with Arizona Daily Star reporter Caitlyn Schmidt. Broadway buildings: The buildings on Broadway between Euclid and Country Club have been designated among the most endangered historic places in the country, because the road will be widened in the same area. Interview with Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation CEO Demion Clinco. Refugee Congress: The UN hosts a Refugee Congress with a representative from every state in the United States. Arizona’s representative is a Tucson resident who works to in TUSD to help student refugees and their families settle. Interview with Bassam Mahmood. Steward observatory: 100 years ago, a big donation started the construction of Steward Observatory on the UA campus. As AZPM’s Sara Hammond reports, it spawned many other well-known science departments at the university.

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