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A herd of zebra stampedes along the Boteti River. Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Botswana.

Nature: Great Zebra Exodus

Watch as 20,000 zebras on their annual migration across the Kalahari. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Peter Sagal, host of NPR’s “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me,” travels cross-country on a customized Harley-Davidson to find out what the Constitution means in the 21st century.

Constitution USA: It's a Free Country

A look at what most Americans consider the Constitution’s most important feature: the Bill of Rights. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

AZ Week: 'We're on Track' for Quality Jobs

Commerce Authority aiming for 75K high-paying positions in 5 years

AZ Job Growth Slows; 1.9% This Year

Phoenix leads, Tucson and rest of state lag

A poster for the 2013 I Dream in Widescreen screening, a collection short films from the Film and Television students at the University of Arizona.

Student Filmmakers Return to Fox

UA students showcase their short films Saturday

Movie poster for the 1949 film Border Incident, starring Ricardo Montalban

Breakthrough Border Movies

Chris Dashiell looks at 3 groundbreaking films that used the political and emotional backdrop of the U.S./Mexico borderlands as their setting

Tucson architect Anne Rysdale

Tucsonan Forged Way For Other Women in Architecture

Anne Rysdale designed some of Tucson's structural icons, pushed gender stereotypes

A student plays guitar along with her teacher and the rest of the class.

Opening Minds Through the Arts

Innovative arts education program teaches language arts lessons through song

College Savings Club Searches For New Site

Lapan College Club founded at TUSD school slated for closure in August

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Saturday, May 4, 2013, 12:30AM. The Solar Impulse HB-SIA touches down after an 18+ hour flight from San Francisco’s Moffett Field. To prevent damage to the delicate wing structure, a ground crew on a pair of electric bicycles was present to insert wingtip-mounted skids as the plane slowed to a stop.

Through the Skies With the Solar Impulse

A visit with the pilot of the sun-powered aircraft, as he stops in Phoenix along his trans-continental U.S. tour

Field at Tucson School to Honor Fallen Soldier

Grijalva Elementary names recreation area after former student

Catching Up With Joe Kay

Former Tucson basketball player who suffered stroke 9 years ago is now helping college athletes coping with paralysis get through school

Lieutenant Elle Helmer at the Vietnam War Memorial, US Marine Corps.

Independent Lens: The Invisible War

This film looks at the epidemic of rape and sexual assault within the ranks of the U.S. military. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS 6.

AZ Illustrated Arts Episode, May 9, 2013

Arts in schools, dreaming in widescreen, percussionist

Once a flourishing part of the Coronado Forest, charred tress stand near Portal Arizona. A reminder of the Horseshoe 2 which fire ripped thorough thousands of acres of forest in the summer of 2011.

AZ Illustrated Nature Episode, May 8, 2013

S. AZ wildfire 2 years later; fire as conservation tool; 'Desert Dreams'

Created by architect H.H. Richardson, Trinity was the first example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style, which was later used in churches, city halls and county courthouses across America

10 Buildings That Changed America

Survey 10 works of American architecture that changed the way we live. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

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