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In Search of the Best 'Home Slice' at Tucson Pie Party

Dímelo producer Sophia Paliza-Carre finds out what it takes to make a desert taste like Tucson

UA Researchers Close in on DNA Behind Disease Origins

Work could help identify new drugs for treatment

Governor Doug Ducey, during an interview with AZPM's Lorraine Rivera from January 2016.

Gov. Ducey Hails Commitment to Education in State Budget

In Tucson speech, he points to increased spending for K-12, universities, JTED.

Michael Keith, CEO & President of Downtown Tucson Partnership discusses the changes that are taking place in downtown Tucson.

CEO of Downtown Tucson Partnership Will Retire

Michael Keith led the non-profit for six years, called experience "an extraordinary ride"

Wednesday's training was the biggest coordinated training exercise ever conducted locally.

Emergency Responders Practice for 'Very Bad Day' in County

Largest ever multi-agency training exercise involves 30 agencies in metro area.

Dub Lawrence investigates shooting at Matthew Stewart's home. The red strings represent bullets fired by police, the yellow represent bullets fired by Matthew Stewart.

Independent Lens: Peace Officer

Explore the effects of our increasingly militarized policing through the eyes of a former sheriff. Monday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Sister Julienne (Jenny Agutter)

Call the Midwife, Season 5: Episode 6

See how social pressure and shame affect two women’s decisions. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Smartphone App Connects Bystanders to Emergencies

PulsePoint alerts nearby volunteers to administer CPR in cardiac arrest incidents

Sir Kenneth Branagh as Kurt Wallander

Materpiece Mystery: Wallander, The Final Season

Kenneth Branagh returns for the fourth and final season to his Emmy- and Golden Globe-nominated role the soul-searching Swedish cop. Premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Arizona Budget puzzle

$9.58B State Budget Approved; More for K-12 But No KidsCare

Legislature works until nearly 2 am Wednesday, restoring some school funding.

2016 Forecast: Another Dangerous Year for Wildfires

Rainy 2015, lack of fire in recent years make conditions severe this fire season.

The streetcar passes Proper restaurant on Congress Street on April 5, 2016.

Caterpillar Operations Will Relocate to Downtown Tucson

Company's local presence will employ 600 people, and be based in downtown.

We learn about the art of Tai Chi and the role that it plays for the elderly members of the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center.

Report: Native American Domestic Violence Rising

Native American women at higher risk for sexual assault, rape.

Arizona Superintendent, Board of Education Dispute Near End

Bill scheduled for read in the Senate would outline who controls board staff.

Arizona Lawmakers Begin Final Votes on $9.58B State Budget

After a week of negotiations, legislators bring spending package to the floor Tuesday.

ACLU: Tucson Police Violate Rights in Immigration Checks

Complaints stem from the city enforcing a slice of Arizona’s immigration law, SB 1070.

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