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Green Party's Mike Cease on his priorities in Tucson's mayoral race

Cease is the only candidate to support the sanctuary city initiative.

What an archaeological dig near the Santa Cruz River may unearth about the past

The site was discovered during preliminary work on a new interchange near I-10 and Ruthrauff Road.

What's on the horizon for Rio Nuevo in Tucson

Chair Fletcher McCusker reflects on the multipurpose district's 20-year history in the city.

Tucson Sector Border Patrol chief on trends along southern border

Topics include a drop in apprehensions, new wall construction and Tucson's sanctuary city initiative.

Border trends, Rio Nuevo’s development, Mike Cease

Plus, what archaeological digs reveal about ancient agriculture in Pima County.

Higher graduation rates uplift Nogales Unified School District

Lorraine Rivera gets an inside look at the district's approach.

Ongoing funding challenges in Pima County schools

A discussion with Superintendent of Schools Dustin Williams.

Ed Ackerley on why he believes an independent can be Tucson’s next mayor

The advertising executive explains his campaign's strategy and message to voters.

Roundtable: Pima Dems & GOP chairs on Tucson's election

Their views on the sanctuary city initiative and candidates for mayor.

Pima County Dems and GOP, Ed Ackerley, education funding shortfalls

Plus, Nogales Unified School District's approach to higher graduation rates.

How the UA plans to continue 'campus conversations' this fall

The events stem from protests last spring concerning the presence of Border Patrol on campus.

Regina Romero reflects on primary victory and strategies for general

Romero handily won the Democratic primary race for Tucson mayor.

Journalists roundtable: primary night results and looking to the general

Plus, discussing growing opposition to the sanctuary city initiative.

Journalists roundtable, Regina Romero, free speech at the UA

Analyzing the results of the Tucson primary election and looking ahead to the general election.

World War II veteran receives Purple Heart 76 years later

Sen. Martha McSally presented the medal to 95-year-old Walter Ram.

How 1970s neoliberalism factors into today's mass migration from Central America

A discussion with UA cultural anthropologist Megan Carney.

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