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Austin City Limits Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom

Folk meets indie rock with Fleet Foxes and Joanna Newsom. Fleet Foxes draw from their latest LP "Helplessness Blues." Joanna Newsom follows with her ethereal acid folk. Wednesday at 11 p.m. on PBS 6.

Episode 83: State Aid Urged for College Students

Advocates say passage of Prop. 204 will move AZ from last in rankings

AZ Week: State Help Urged for College Students

Arizona's level of financial aid for university students worst in U.S.

Antiques Roadshow Tucson Marathon

Antiques Roadshow Tucson Marathon

The Tucson Convention Center is a pageant of prized possessions with a three hour marathon of Antiques Roadshow from Tucson! Begins Monday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Mark McLemore speaks about the 2nd annual Tucson Bird and Wildlife Festival which is organized by the Tucson Audubon Society and is being held from Wednesday August 15 to Sunday August 19th.

Braving the Heat Brings Birding Rewards

Despite the heat, August offers unique opportunities for local birders

Thumbnail size image of CODAC Behavioral Health Services logo.

S. AZ Behavioral Health Patients May Soon See Same-Day Care

As part of national initiative, two Southern Arizona agencies working toward faster service for those who call for mental health care

Jae Dale, the CEO from Oro Valley Hospital, is representing the hospital for the Lumie it recently received from Tucson Pima Arts Council. The hospital is the winner in the category of Public Art Partner.

Lumies: Hospital's Art Collection Honored

Oro Valley Hospital recognized for its commitment to the arts

The Republican candidates from Congressional District 1 speak on topics important to this upcoming election.

The Congressional District 1 Republican Candidates Forum

Patrick Gatti, Gaither Martin and Jonathan Paton discuss issues

Hollywood at Home presents Auntie Mame

A bohemian socialite who is raising her nephew, survives the market crash of 1929, marries a millionaire and teaches the boy how to live. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Nirvair Khalsa talks about the Sikh community following the recent shootings in Wisconsin.

Tucson Sikhs to Hold Memorial Service

Religious minority reacts to deadly shooting in Wisconsin

AZ Illustrated: Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012

Aftermath of Jan. 8, 2011 plea deal; Tucson Sikh reaction to Wisconsin shooting

Doctor Charles Raison, a professor of psychiatry in the UA's College of Medicine and Sean Chapman, a criminal defense lawyer in Tucson, discuss the Jared Lee Loughner case.

Mental Illness And The Law: Two Experts

Psychiatrist, criminal defense lawyer discuss issues around Loughner case

Jean-Paul Bierny, this year's Lumie award winner in the Arts Patron Award category from the Tucson Pima Arts Council.

Lumies: Radiologist Finds Respite in Music

Tucson Pima Arts Council honors longtime president of Arizona Friends of Chamber Music

Safety a Top Priority in Drowning-Prone AZ

Fire marshal pushes Drowning Impact Awareness Month for sake of children

The Armory Park Apartments have occupied a prominent place in downtown Tucson's skyline for 40 years. Residents are now in the process of vacating the aging building and moving into new Section 8 housing located in the Mercado district on West Congress.

Armory Park Seniors Going West

Aging apartments vacated as low-income residents get new facility

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