KPOL-TV 40 Commercial (We’ve Only Just Begun).avi



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This clip is from a TV station in Tucson Arizona. Footage was taken on location in areas such as:Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, Marana Airport, Marana Air Park, A Mountain, 4th Ave, 4th Avenue, 6th Ave, 6th Avenue, Old Tucson, Old Tucson Movie Studios, Gates Pass, Az Sonora Desert Museum, Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, St. Augustine Cathedral, Saint Augustine Cathedral, St. Augustine Church, Saint Augustine Church, San Xavier Del Bac, and includes: Para gliders, Hot Air Balloons, etc.

FWBC Tucson (First Service Tomorrow)



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Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona



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The Mission San Xavier del Bac is the finest example of Spanish Colonial architecture in the U.S. and a landmark of Tucson, Arizona.

Mission San Xavier del Bac is a historic Spanish Catholic mission located about 10 miles (16 km) south of downtown Tucson, Arizona, on the Tohono O’odham San Xavier Indian Reservation. It was founded in 1692 by Padre Eusebio Kino and named for a pioneering Christian missionary and co-founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuit Order), Francis Xavier. In 1700 construction began on a church at a site nearby the current Mission. It served the community until razed by Apaches in 1770.

Today’s Mission was built between 1783-1797 and is the oldest European structure in Arizona. Widely considered to be the finest example of Spanish Colonial architecture in the United States, it hosts some 200,000 visitors each year.

The site is also known as the “place where the water appears”, as there were once natural springs in the area. The Santa Cruz River, which now runs only part of the year, is also nearby. The Mission is situated in the center of a centuries-old Indian settlement of the Tohono O’odham (formerly known as Papago), located along the banks of the Santa Cruz River.

The Mission is a pilgrimage site, with thousands visiting each year on foot and in horseback cabalgatas.

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Tucson Arizona Wedding Video – The Gallery at Dove Mountain



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Arizona Police Officer rams Armed Gunman with Police Car



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TUCSON, Arizona — A Dramatic dash-cam video released Tuesday shows a police officer in a Tucson suburb using his cruiser to ram an armed suspect, sending him flying in the air before the car smashes into a wall. The man survived the Feb. 19 crash, and prosecutors cleared the officer of any wrongdoing. The video, now getting attention across the U.S., comes at a time of heightened tension over the use of force by police. The man who was hit, Mario Valencia, 36, faces several felony charges, including assault on a police officer.

Marana police Sgt. Chris Warren said Valencia robbed a convenience store in Tucson, broke into a church, invaded a home and stole a car. Valencia drove the stolen car to Marana, just north of Tucson, where he stole a rifle from a Wal-Mart.

Video from two different police cruisers shows Valencia walking down a busy business corridor with a rifle in his hands. At one point, Valencia points the rifle at himself and threatens to kill himself.

One of the dash cam videos shows an officer slowly driving behind Valencia as he shoots the rifle in the air. That officer tells others to stay back because the suspect is armed. But within seconds, a different officer drives his patrol car at high speed and rams into Valencia, sending him flying into the air. Officers with guns drawn quickly swarm the scene.

The officer has been identified as Michael Rapiejko. Warren said Rapiejko was put on a standard administrative leave because the incident was considered use of force. The Pima County Attorney’s Office cleared Rapiejko of any wrongdoing and he is back on the force, Warren said.