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Solar on the Rise: System Prices Down, Utility Fees Up

Tax credits, sell-back credits mean going solar makes sense, for now.

When It Hits 100: Take a Swim

City pools open in time for the heat

Tohono O’odham Voters Elect New Chairman

Voters return a formal tribal head to top office

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild gives his state of the city address.

Rothschild Appears Headed to 2nd Mayoral Term Unopposed

All three Democratic City Councilmembers up for election this year have GOP challenge.

Chile - Pride of New Mexico - Suffering in Drought

Too much salt in groundwater leaves some long-time growers with little to plant, harvest.

Angels Sing, Libera in America

Soar with the angelic voices of the beloved boy choir performing hymns and folk classics. Monday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6. 6

Protesters at the Arivaca Border Patrol checkpoint, May 27, 2015.

Demonstrators Protest Arivaca Border Patrol Checkpoint

Inland traffic stops lead to profiling, deaths, they say; Patrol chief says they provide security.

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Big Money, Names Drawn to Arizona Senate Race

Election Day is 18 months away and plenty of miles stand between the candidates and the ballot box.

Pima County Wins Grant for Alternative Justice Programs

$150,000 will go toward drug treatment, behavioral health, other efforts to reduce recidivism.

When it Hits 100: Do Late Triple Digits Mean Cooler Summer?

Monsoon may be delayed because of springtime's below-normal temperatures.

A student in Tucson High School's African American literature class

Schools Prepare for Cuts to Technical Education

50% of state funding for classes to be eliminated in 2016-2017 school year.

From Broadway to Hollywood with Richard Glazier

Pianist and historian Richard Glazier creates a fascinating look at Broadway and Hollywood though interviews, piano performances and commentary. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Grijalva: Tucson's Cherrybell Mail Center May Not Close

Postal Service moves status from closing in July to 'to be determined,' congressman says.

Shawnee Riplog-Peterson, curator of mammology and ornithology at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, discusses the multi-state, binational breeding program involving bighorn sheep.

Reintroduced Bighorns Thriving in Santa Catalina Mountains

Six lambs born last year still alive; no reported deaths in five months, state game officials say.

Oak Creek Canyon Cell Phone 'Dead Zone' May Come to End

Winding route through Northern Arizona gorge left travelers unable to report fire last year.

State representative Ann Kirkpatrick, talks about the recent changes in congress as well as the new found bipartisanship that is happening in the freshman class.

Democrat Kirkpatrick Running for Senate Against McCain

Congresswoman praises his service, but says it's time for change, acknowledges she'll face a fight.

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