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Rincon Market locked out after owner fails to pay rent

Jun 5, 2020 The neighborhood grocery store opened in 1926.

Black Lives Matter, policing protests, civil discourse

Jun 5, 2020 Plus, a local artist shares his experiences as a Black man in America in his Own Words.

TPD chief discusses curfew, racial injustice and police reform

Jun 5, 2020 Christopher Conover hears from Chief Chris Magnus and Mayor Regina Romero.

Protests in Tucson, nationwide, shine spotlight on systemic racism

Jun 5, 2020 A discussion with community organizers and Black Lives Matter Tucson member Lola Rainey.

Daily News Roundup: Banner ICUs filling, deaths top 1,000, protests and policing

Jun 5, 2020 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 5.

Arizona courts lean on technology as they transition back to in-person proceedings

Jun 5, 2020 The bulk of Pima County cases have been postponed, and one administrator expects a "tsunami of cases" when courts fully resume.

Arizona DACA recipients in limbo as Supreme Court decision draws near

Jun 5, 2020 The court could decide the future of the Obama-era policy at any time this month.

Statewide curfew delays restaurant reopenings

Jun 5, 2020 Tucson's Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails reopens Friday — one week later than planned.

How Southern Arizona schools and summer camps are adapting to COVID-19

Jun 5, 2020 Schools, summer camps and child care centers are tasked with finding a safe way to engage kids during the pandemic.

Daily News Roundup: Ducey on rise in cases, UA demonstration

Jun 4, 2020 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 4.

Gov. Ducey defends reopening decisions as COVID-19 cases rise

Jun 4, 2020 The governor also addressed statewide protests related to the killing of George Floyd.

For fishermen near vaquita habitat, government assistance falls short

Jun 4, 2020 A group says the current situation is pushing fishermen to turn to poaching, which threatens the few remaining porpoises.

Students lead demonstration on UA campus against police brutality

Jun 4, 2020 Black community members spoke about experiencing racism and the need to enact long-term change .

Border Patrol turns to private industry for ideas to stop border wall breaches

Jun 4, 2020 The agency is asking contractors for ideas to "leapfrog current technology."

COVID-19 cases surge in Arizona two weeks after stay-home order lifted

Jun 3, 2020 The number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus is also reaching new highs.

Daily roundup: COVID-19 case surge, hundreds face eviction, school reopening plan

Jun 3, 2020 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 3.

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