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Arizona organization offers help to boost rural economies

A discussion with Liza Noland, director of rural programs for Local First Arizona.

Willcox steps up marketing, looks for greater cooperation across Cochise County

The new city manager says cities and towns in the county should work together to draw tourists.

Help wanted in Mammoth as town tries to encourage new business

Town leaders see potential in location along State Route 77.

Ajo looks to stand out as destination for artists, recreationists

The former mining community also wants to attract more Puerto PeƱasco-bound traffic.

Tourism a growing priority in some rural communities

Arizona 360 looks at how some smaller towns and cities are banking on tourism to boost their economies.

Arizona 360 interviews Tucson mayoral candidate Ed Ackerley

The longtime advertising executive is running as an independent.

Challenges with stopping the drug trade and treating addiction

A panel discussion with Sonoran Prevention Works and the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

A firsthand look at how the Pima County Sheriff's Department seizes drugs off the streets

Lorraine Rivera rides with the department's Border Interdiction Unit.

Sanctuary city initiative organizer on the movement's goals

A discussion with Zaira Livier, who leads the group spearheading the initiative in Tucson.

Migrant shelter in Benedictine Monastery preparing for move

Catholic Community Services talks about its future plans for aiding asylum seekers.

Leaving the monastery, sanctuary city initiative, seizing drugs

Plus, hearing from independent Tucson mayoral candidate Ed Ackerley.

Arizona 360 interviews Tucson mayoral candidate Randi Dorman

The longtime developer is making her first run for public office.

The new White House press secretary's roots in Arizona

Stephanie Grisham served as a spokeswoman for the Arizona House Republicans.

Summer's effect on air quality in Southern Arizona

A discussion with UA hydrologist Eric Betterton.

How rising temperatures impact public health

And what local municipalities can do to reduce hazards.

First responders discuss how to stay safe in the heat

Tucson Fire and Pima County's Search and Rescue Unit respond to dozens of cases each summer.

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