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Moyers & Company: Nuns, Faith, and Politics

Nuns hit the highway on a controversial road trip of faith and politics. Friday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Best-selling author and researcher Dr. Joel Fuhrman.

Dr. Furhman’s Immunity Solution

Learn how to supercharge your immune system. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Biosphere 2 Has a New Scientific Approach

Students take on life sciences research at B2

TUSD Menu Changes Offer Healthier Options

More fruits, vegetables part of effort to curb high rate of childhood obesity

Nutrition Sciences Assistant Research Professor Melanie Hingle speaks about the increasing number of cases of childhood obesity and its effects as well as preventative measures parents can take to help their children.

The Challenge of Childhood Obesity Prevention

Information aplenty; implementation a key issue, nutritionist says

Dancer Bruno Loya with VIVA Arizona speaks about his recent trip to London to perform during the 2012 Olympics.

Tucson Dance Companies Return from 2012 Olympics

Dancers talk about their experience and upcoming events

TUSD Asks Public For Input on $17M Budget Deficit

District schedules series of town hall meetings this week to discuss finances

Open Primary Amendment May Lack Signatures

Falling short in Maricopa, Pima; proponents vow to sue if it is disqualified

Judge Takes Up SB 1070 Arguments

Opponents push to block 'stop and check' provision

AZ Voter Numbers Decline

Down 1.4% heading into next week's primary election

The popular public viewing program at Kitt Peak.

Kitt Peak Telescopes Under Cost-Cutting Microscope

National observatory, public star-gazing programs face uncertainty

Pegi & Neil Young’s Concert for The Bridge School

Celebrate 25 years of concerts that benefit the Bridge School’s programs for children with speech and physical impairments. Thursday at 11 p.m. on PBS 6.

U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talks with Raytheon employees in Tucson about automatic budget cuts to the Department of Defense, set to go into effect Jan. 1, 2012.

McCain at Raytheon Decries Pending Defense Cuts

As part of multi-state tour, senator says he wants alternative to deep reductions

The Congressional District 2 Democratic Primary Forum

Incumbent Barber, challenger Heinz square off on the issues

Pima County Tax Rate Set; No Change

Supervisors OK lowest tax levy in 5 years on 4-1 vote

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