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Alien from Earth

An archeological find suggests truth behind the legend of an elflike creature similar to the fictional hobbit of novels and film. Tuesday, June 15, at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Sara Page

Young Artists: Sara Page

The Young Artists Series showcases exceptionally talented individuals such as cellist Sara Page.

Sells Trekkers

Tohono O'odham man walks 3000 miles in two years to improve his health and to help others do the same.

Sells Trekker journies across the United States to prove that anyone can take charge of their health.

beer glass

DUI Blood Test

Arizona’s highest court has clarified the state’s DUI law.

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

<i>GOOD, EVIL AND THE PRESIDENCY</i> As America’s seventh president; this program explores whether Americans should celebrate Jackson or apologize for him. Monday, June 14 at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Jeff Biggs

Beat The Peak Time Again

Tucson Water Officials Urge Conservation Use

Mexican Visitors Help Arizona's Economy

Two University of Arizona researchers say visitors from our neighboring country contribute billions of dollars to our economy.

From Gershwin to Garland

From Gershwin to Garland

<i>A Musical Journey with Richard Glazier</i> Weaving commentary with piano performances, Glazier provides understanding of the great American composers and singers. Friday, June 11 at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.


Arizona Primary Preview

Face-Off Commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom break down Arizona's Primary Election

Roger Angel

UA Astronomer Awarded Science Prize

UA Astronomer wins one of the richest prizes in science

Johnny Gibson, noted Tucson barber

Tucson Loses a Bit of History

For more than 50 years, Johnny Gibson made sure the men and boys of Tucson looked good.

Roundtable Panelists

Friday Roundtable

Elections, Medical Marijuana and More

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and President Obama

White House Border Meeting

Governor Brewer sits down with the President

Warehouse District Rebounding

Warehouse Arts District in Transition

Private investors purchase warehouse properties, begin to develop role within arts district

row of red houses

Housing Slump in Southern Arizona: What could be next?

Pima County has been averaging more than a thousand foreclosure filings per month

Meyers Boyce

Teachers' Voices with Fred Boice and Rick Myers pt 1

"Teachers' Voices" brings together Fred Boice, who is retiring from the Arizona Board of Regents, with his successor, Rick Myers. They discuss ways that our state can improve education and keep students engaged from kindergarten to college.

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