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Sunset at Yavapai Point, along the Grand Canyon's South Rim.

How Old Is Grand Canyon? 'Only' 6 Million Years

Claim of 70 million years disputed in new geological research at ASU.

Fat Man and Little Boy

This poignant film recreates America's secret effort to build the first nuclear bombs. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

New Books, Movies Return to Pima County Libraries

Pima County Public Library's collection development manager talks spending priorities and need for diversity in acquisitions.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

Enforcement Priorities May Reduce Deportations

Report by Migration Policy Institute says changes could 'transform the U.S. deportation system.'

Monsoon Season Can Make Pets Stressed

Pima Animal Care Center says loud thunder, heavy rain can frighten animals

Episode 231: Department of Child Safety Works to Improve

A recent audit found the agency needs more money to solve its problems

AZ WEEK: Department of Child Safety Works to Improve

A recent audit found the agency needs more money to solve its problems

Fukushima Daini

NOVA: Nuclear Meltdown Disaster

Follow the minute-by-minute story of the Fukushima nuclear crisis and its aftermath. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

POV: Tea Time

See how a routine of tea and pastries has sustained five Chilean women through 60 years of change.

UA Doctors Join Forces to Fight Heart Disease in India

Program launched in southern Indian city Bangalore to speed, better inform response to heart attacks

Tucson City Manager Michael Ortega, pictured on his first month in the job, July 2015.

Episode 52: New Tucson Manager Focuses on Long-Term Budget Fixes

Michael Ortega was previously Cochise County's administrator

Tucson City Manager Michael Ortega.

METRO WEEK: New Tucson Manager Focuses on Long-Term Budget Fixes

Michael Ortega says he has a lot to learn, but wants to focus on financial stability

This artist's concept depicts one possible appearance of the planet Kepler-452b, the first near-Earth-size world to be found in the habitable zone of star that is similar to our sun. The habitable zone is a region around a star where temperatures are right for water -- an essential ingredient for life as we know it -- to pool on the surface. Scientists do not know if Kepler-452b can support life or not. What is known about the planet is that it is about 60 percent larger than Earth, placing it in a class of planets dubbed "super-Earths."

Whipple Observatory Supplied Data for Planet Discovery

First near-earth-size planet in habitable zone

"The Reason for Flowers"

Get a different perspective on the beauty, ecology and lore of flowers from Stephen Buchmann, a pollination expert and the author of a new book of natural history.

Arizona Spotlight for July 24, 2015

Author and scientist Stephen Buchmann discusses "The Reason for Flowers"; three film scores that added dimension to their classic films; how one man overcame illiteracy; paying attention to stink bugs in love.

Business Report: Tucson's Oldest Businesses

Tucson is home to at least one business that existed when the area was part of Mexico

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