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Hollywood at Home: Bringing Up Baby

A paleontologist loses a dinosaur bone to a dog whose heiress owner also has a pet leopard, called Baby. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

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Wildfire Near Payson Burns 4,600 Acres

Second blaze covers 1,300 acres in Prescott forest

Grand Canyon

State Challenges to Fed Authority Vetoed

Brewer says no to land takeover, banning law-enforcement cooperation

The Pima County Elections Center is located near the airport.

Bill Changing Elections Timing Becomes Law

Brewer signs legislation requiring cities, towns to hold elections when state does

Sergio and Rebecca Celis, Isabel's parents, days after the then 6-year-old girl that went missing.

Police Release 911 Tapes From Isabel's Disappearance

CPS is keeping father away from missing girl's siblings in voluntary arrangement

AZ Illustrated: Monday, May 14, 2012

College grads in debt, city and county fare better with Legislature, badminton for seniors

Member of Tucson Badminton Club, Lorna Hunter (left), and Director of Sports Development, Vince Trinidad (right), discuss the 2012 Senior Badminton Championship, bringing badminton players from all over the world to compete for titles in age groups of 34 +.

Tucson Hosts National Badminton Tournament

Players from all over the U.S. come to Southern Arizona to show off their badminton skills

Tucson City Hall

State Budget Lets Up On City, County

Huckelberry, Miranda say previous years' toll not getting worse

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Past Lobbying Becomes Issue In AZ Senate Race

Opponents question mining special interests of GOP candidate Flake

Group Calls Fees by AZ Rangers "Intimidating"

U.S. Forest Service cannot charge hiking fees, group says Sabino & Madera Canyons continue to charge

Graduation Over; Now Comes Loan Payoff

Average UA student graduates owing $21,000, below U.S. average

NPR’S Backseat Bookclub

If you're a kid who likes to read, NPR wants to hear from you!

The Five Cs: A Century Later

An Arizona Public Media Special Centennial Report on cattle, citrus, cotton, copper and climate industries in Arizona.

Corrine Blum (L) an 8th grade reading teacher at La Cima Middle School, and Betsy Wilkening (R) a 7th grade science and engineering & robotics teacher at Wilson K - 8 school in the Amphi School District

Teachers' Voices with Corrine Blum and Betsy Wilkening

Two educators discuss how the book "Champions for Change" has been encouraging their students to initiate positive changes in their schools and communities.

Nazi Hunters

Stories of individuals who chased some of the most hated and reviled criminals on earth. Watch two episodes beginning at 8 p.m., Tuesday on PBS-HD 6.

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