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An eagle, with orbs larger than its brain, can spot a rabbit or other prey from hundreds of feet away. A rabbit skull is built on a shock-absorbing joint, helping to stabilize vision while leaping at top-speed to escape predators.

NATURE: Moment of Impact “Hunters and Herds”

Take a unique look at the amazing biomechanics of animal predators and prey. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

CD8 Republican and Democrat rallies from the last weekend of campaigning.

Final Campaign Weekend: Kelly Calls, Barber Dances

Candidates thank volunteers in final push to Tuesday's Election Day

Majority of CD 8 Early Ballots Returned

Special election is Tuesday

Get Ready for Lightning, Flash Floods

AZ pushes preparedness with Monsoon Awareness Week

Arpaio Asks Dismissal of Federal Suit

He denies accusations that his actions against immigrants discriminate

Car Talk: So Long But Not Goodbye

Tappet Brothers to cease recording new programs; 'encore' programs will continue

Hank Marshall. Sr. VP of International Trade and Development of Arizona Commerce Authority, discusses Arizona-Mexico business and trade.

Full Interview with Hank Marshall on Trans-Border Business

AZ's newfound commitment to strategic economic development will pay, he says

Luis Felipe Seldner III of the Offshore Group, discusses Arizona-Mexico business and trade.

Full Interview with Luis Felipe Sedner on AZ-Sonora Business

Savings substantial for U.S. companies heading south, he says

Margie Emmermann, Executive Director of the Arizona-Mexico Commission, discusses the commission's semi-annual meeting in Tucson.

Full Interview on AZ-Sonora Business with Margie Emmermann

Business deals expected to develop as result of Arizona-Mexico Commission meetings

Episode 74: Global Economy Right at Home

Arizona and Sonora officials rev up business, job creation

AZ Illustrated: Political Roundtable, Friday, June 8, 2012

Final days of CD8 race, Rio Nuevo board turnover, City Council code of conduct

ASU Commits To More Financial Aid Disclosure

White House wants to make student planning for higher education easier

Tucson Sonora, Mexico

AZ Week: Global Economy Right at Home

Arizona and Sonora officials rev up business, job creation

Luis Carrión has an update on the aftermath of the recent rains and Fires.

Fire-Preventing Forest Thinning to Begin

Part of Arizona's Four Forests Restoration Initiative for 300,000 acres

An aerial tanker over ther Gladiator Fire in northern Arizona begins dropping its fire retardant.

House OKs Speedy Aerial Tanker Buy

Waiting period waived for Forest Service purchase of new fire-fighting planes

Fire Restrictions Extented to Grand Canyon

Bans in effect in many parts of AZ as hot, dry conditions increase

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