Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White and Estelle Getty, clockwise from left, star as four women spending their golden years together, Sept. 12, 1985 in Miami on the new NBC-TV series ?The Golden Girls.? The show was quickly nicknamed ?Miami Nice.? (AP Photo)
No. 41 tie: "The Bob Newhart Show" -- Comedian Bob Newhart played a psychologist in "The Bob Newhart Show" which aired from 1972 to 1978. The cast included: Suzanne Pleshette,Bill Daily, Peter Bonerz and Marcia Wallace. (AP Photo/CBS-TV/ 1992)
PHOENIX — A bill approved by the state House Monday could eventually force the removal of Tucson's most controversial red light cameras.
A man suspected of filming people in a unisex bathroom at the airport business he worked at was arrested last week.
In this July 29, 1964 file photo, Richard Zanuck, 29, is shown as production manager at Twentieth Century-Fox studio in Los Angeles. Zanuck, the son of Darryl F. Zanuck, has been schooled by his father in all phases of the business. According to his publicist, Richard D. Zanuck has died at a…
Art Linkletter poses with the Emmy awarded to him by the Television Academy for the best daytime program, March 7, 1955. (AP Photo)
Clint Eastwood, color transparencies of him in a car with a camera in 1962. (AP Photo)
Eastwood smiles and gives a thoughtful eye during first city council meeting as Mayor of Carmel by the sea, May 7, 1986. (AP Photo)
Actor Clint Eastwood gives the victory sign, Tuesday, April 9, 1986 after winning the election for mayor of Carmel-By-The-Sea, Calif., against incumbent Charlotte Townsend. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)
Clint Eastwood and an orangutan named Clyde in 1978 are teamed in the new film comedy ?Every Which Way But Loose.? Eastwood, star of the ?Dirty Harry? films, wins the 165-pound ape as the result of a bet, and the two get into the out of a number of scrapes. (AP Photo)
The orbiting HiRISE camera has photographed an array of Mars surface features including these dunes seen in enhanced color.
Andy Griffith, star of the New York stage play "No Time for Sergeants," ponders the problems of a cameraman at Warner Brother's studio in Burbank, Nov. 8, 1957 where he is working in "Onionhead." The movie is a story of a recruit in the U.S. Coast Guard, played by Griffith, who loses all his…