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A look at Arizona gun laws

Recent mass shootings raised gun control legislation questions again.

'Fearless' student podcasters explore big issues

A profile of some of the students and the teacher behind Tucson's City High Radio.

TEP firing up new engines to integrate more renewable power

The utility is adding more renewables, but some say not fast enough.

Gentrification and changing neighborhoods in Tucson

We continue our housing series with a live community discussion.

Conservation, law enforcement and ranching: Weighing in on a proposed border fence

The majority of new bollard-style wall would run through protected areas in Pima and Cochise counties.

Four Democrats running for open city council seat

The candidates will face off in the August primary for Ward 1, on the city's west side.

A new effort to deal with a leaky cross-border sewage pipe

For years, Nogales residents have suffered from water contamination that stems from the wastewater line.

Addressing Tucson's housing challenges

Three local housing groups discuss today's housing challenges and ideas to help solve them.

Roots of housing discrimination in Tucson

In the first of three shows on housing, we look at the origin of discriminatory practices and the Fair Housing Act.

Three Democrats, one independent in the running to be mayor of Tucson

The race for Tucson mayor is heating up. This week The Buzz talked with the candidates vying to lead the city.

Pizza, hamburgers and ... local broccoli? School lunch in Tucson

70 years on, a WWII-era program to combat malnutrition is healthier than ever.

Support and opposition for two mines in Southern Arizona

As the Rosemont Copper mine plans to start construction, we talk with those for and against the project.

Vaccines and public health in Pima County

A historic outbreak of measles is bringing the debate over childhood immunizations back to top of the news.

Sustaining the San Pedro River

A panel in Bisbee discusses the present and future of Southern Arizona's last large, free-flowing river.

Tucson Community Prepares for Monastery Shelter Closure

The Benedictine Monastery has become the largest city shelter, but will close in July.

Local Water Utilities Fight Unregulated Contaminants

While the EPA weighs regulating the chemicals, Tucson and Marana Water are moving ahead with treatment.

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