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Life after prison in Arizona

To mark Second Chance Month, The Buzz examines second chances for formerly incarcerated people.

Arizona could create new rules for voting by mail

Opponents point to Texas, which adopted similar policies and saw thousands of ballots rejected during a primary election last month.

Rillito Park puts University of Arizona students on track to success

The horse racing circuit plays a big role in the UA Race Track Industry Program.

How Tucson gets its fuel

As gas prices rise, The Buzz examines how gas reaches the city.

Tucson mother and daughter reflect on time spent working in housing

They each made the transition from discouraged loan officer to government worker at pivotal times for the housing market.

Lawmakers vote to ban abortions after 15 weeks

Shefali Luthra, a reporter for The 19th, explains the SB 1164's potential impact and how it connects to similar legislation around the country.

Rental and downpayment assistance only go so far in tight housing market

Fewer Tucsonans are able to take advantage of city and county programs as cash buyers outbid them and the cost of housing increases.

Arizona lawmakers may give some politicians an early retirement with full pension

Some members of the elected officials retirement plan could retire at age 55 after 10 years in office, instead of waiting until age 62.

Tucson businesses and the next phase of the pandemic

This week, The Buzz examines what changes in public health measures and the economy of the pandemic mean for local businesses.

The American Rescue Plan Act one year later

This week, The Buzz examines how ARPA funds have been put to use in Southern Arizona.

New interest in an obscure political office at the base of Arizona’s GOP

Arizona lawmakers face a backlash after scrapping elections this year for precinct committeemen. What is driving new interest in the post?

Infrastructure Act funds are coming, but are small and underserved towns ready to go after it?

Municipalities with bigger staffs and more know-how will have an advantage in getting the funds.

Air show heritage pilots train at Davis Monthan

Pilots of WWII and Korean War-era fighter planes learn to fly wing-to-wing with 21st supersonic jets

Can your legislator block you on Twitter?

Public officials have used social media platforms to announce policies, share important information and shut out the constituents they do not like.

Recycling on Tucson's curbs and beyond

This week, The Buzz revisits the city's decision to end curbside glass recycling.

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