Arizona Stories Series III

Season III of Eight ‘s prime-time series, Arizona Stories, takes viewers on a remarkable exploration across our state and deep into Arizona’s past. Each week, Arizona Stories profiles Arizona’s legends, examines important moments in our history, and ventures back to the original location of critical events to capture the complete story. Archival photographs, film and rare home movies are interwoven for a personal perspective on the people and the places that define Arizona’s legacy.

Featured stories:

Glen Canyon Dam, Phoenix Madison Square Garden, Sharlot Hall, Winnie Ruth Judd, Sedona, The Udall Family, City of Yuma Flight, Colossal Cave, Fort Verde, The Basha Family, Orme Dam, The Heard Family, Arizona’s 5 Cs, Arizona Rough Riders, Big Surf, 1970s Sports, Miranda v. Arizona, The Mystery Castle, ASU’s Name Change, Salt River Project, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, The Phoenix Open, Hohokam, Phoenix’s Hispanic Heritage

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