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Tucson Home Sales Up By Almost 17.7%, Report Says

The housing market continues to improve, that’s according to figures from the Tucson Association of Realtors.

World Cup of Trap & Skeet Shooting Comes to Tucson

More than 300 shooters from 44 countries are competing in Tucson this weekend, with the hopes of qualifying for the world championships.

We visit with a group of painters as they scope out a location, paint and learn together.

Artists Find Inspiration In Desert Blooms

Plein Air painting has artists finding beauty in 'the moment."

Ken Bennett, Secretary of State,  discusses statewide work for Election Day.

Bennett First to Officially File Papers for GOP Gov Primaries

Arizona Secretary of State meets requirements to qualify for the August Republican primary ballot.

Arizona economy

Arizona Earns B for State Spending Transparency

Evaluation conducted by Public Interest Research Group; more room for improvement in tax subsidies to attract companies to move here.

Ruling for Horne's Campaign Finance Law Case Expected Soon

Yavapai County prosecutors say they produced enough evidence to prove Arizona Atty. Gen. Tom Horne illegally coordinated campaign spending with his aide.

2 Hotshot Widows Seeking Additional Death Benefits

Both filed claims last month with city of Prescott to receive benefits from a state retirement system.

Nonprofits Raise Over $1M on AZ Gives Day

While final numbers are not yet available, Lauren Schroeder of Arizona Alliance of Nonprofits estimates a total near $1.4 million.

Report Highlights Davis-Monthan Economic Impact in Region

The military base circulated about $1.47B, filled about 4,400 jobs in S. AZ, according to its FY 2013 Economic Impact Analysis.

Edward Beshore, Deputy Principal Investigator for OSIRIS REx Mission, discusses the dangers Earth faces from space objects.

UA Gets NASA OK to Move Ahead with Mission to Asteroid

Launch of OSIRIS-REx scheduled for 2016, returning in 2023 with soil samples, mapping to explore origins of solar system.

The Diamond Decades: The 2000s

The new millennium has witnessed powerful events and poignant moments for queen and country. Thursday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Think Wednesday

Join PBS for a primetime line-up of nature, science and technology programs. Beginning at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Wastewater

Pima County Wastewater Project Finishes Early, Under Budget

Project was designed to improve the quality of treated effluent being pumped into the Santa Cruz River, bringing it up to EPA standards.

AZ Foreclosure Rates Flattening at Pre-Recession Levels

Tucson area has 248 homes in some form of foreclosure in March; one more than area saw in February.

Children recite the Gettysburg Address.

AZ Illustrated Arts: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Watercolor artists explore Tucson; chalk art festival offers temporary masterpieces; TUSD drama teacher named People Magazine's 'teacher of the year', music from Domingo DeGrazia

Ray Romano just after he landed his sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond.

Pioneers of Television: Standup to Sitcom

See how America’s top standup comics made the transition to the sitcom format. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

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