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A Taste of Tucson History

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An update on Central American asylum seekers at the U.S. / Mexico border; using music to build community for America's homeless; learn about the traditions of Ramadan from a Tucson Muslim family

Federal Judge Rejects Challenge to Ballot Collection Law

Democrats hoped to overturn an Arizona law preventing groups from collecting early ballots.

Appeals Court Won't Block Arizona Law Targeting Initiatives

A panel of judges agreed the case is not "ripe" for a challenge.

County Considering Buying Bowling Alley

Golden Pin Lanes on the northwest side would be turned into a space to house a variety of county health and community service agencies.

AG: Sedona Violating State Law by Requiring Business License

The regulation in question requires licenses for short-term rentals.

Phoenix Man Falls to His Death Off Cliff at Glen Canyon

No foul play suspected in the 800-foot fall at Horseshoe Bend.

UA, Banner Get Record $60M Grant in Nationwide Health Study

"All Of Us" research program through the NIH to study the health of 1 million Americans.

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

Landwhale: Jes Baker Spreads Message of Body Liberation

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson responds to the #MeToo movement; how Title IX is changing the way sexual violence reported on campus; and music from the Arnold / Klingenfus Ensemble.

Arizona Legislature Wraps Up Budget Amid Teacher Protests

Educators looked on as lawmakers worked all night to approve the spending plan.

Taking Back the Night in a Year of #MeToo

Ripples from the national movement were felt at an annual Tucson event, where hundreds marched to end sexual violence.

Attorney: Goldwater Claims Not Viable if Districts Make Up Minutes

The Goldwater Institute says closed school districts deprived Arizona students of an education.

Arizona House Wants to Change Redistricting Panel

A proposed state constitutional amendment would expand the Independent Redistricting Commission.

Nine Killed in Crash of C-130 Aircraft Headed to Tucson

60-year-old plane was being retired.

Education Association: Teachers Return to Work Thursday if Lawmakers Pass Budget

On fourth day of statewide walkouts, schools begin reopening.

Legislature Starts Budget While Teachers Protest

Teachers flooded the state Capitol on Monday for third day of protests.

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