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The Buzz: Dealing with Arizona's PFAS problem

Why are the chemical class also known as forever chemicals so dangerous, and what's being done to fix the problem?

Local migrant shelter reaching capacity after influx of migrants in Tucson

Last year, Casa Alitas received 100 to 175 people a day. Now, they receive 400 to 450 people a day.

Tucson landlords can no longer discriminate based on source of income

The mayor and city council passed the measure earlier this week

How mariachi builds bridges between generations.

Also on Arizona Spotlight; The history of Rukin Jelks and the Rillito Park Racetrack; memories of being a Tucson teen in the 1970s; and a teenager in Hermosillo who is an emerging film composer.

Tucson eyes hikes in Water, trash, other costs

City parks and parking lots would also get more expensive.

Planned Parenthood Arizona files immediate stay of anti-abortion ruling

The immediate stay would allow for services to continue until legal proceedings play out.

Protests begin after abortion ban is reinstated

Friday evening, protesters took to the Pima County Superior Court following its decision to reinstate a century old abortion ban.

Self-driving car startup that lost permit in California coming to Tucson

The company lost its permit after the state found it had failed to monitor safety drivers' records.

True Concord Voices & Orchestra premieres "Helios", and welcomes a friend from the final frontier - actor John de Lancie.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Patrick Robles, president of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Student, urges the City of Tucson to keep public transit free; and The Tucson Orchid Society celebrates 50 years of shared fascination.

Tucson gives up some CAP water for cash

City will still get its daily need, but less surplus.

Young musicians embrace heritage through Mexico’s Independence Day

In a concert celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day, the Tucson Symphony Orchestra brings Mariachi Aztlán to the stage.

New housing project for seniors announced on Miracle Mile

The development will include the former No-Tel Motel and was made possible through federal tax credits.

As it recruits, Tucson Police look to diversify its force

A recent event showcases effort to double the number of female officers by 2030.

The Buzz: Law enforcement recruiting and shortages in Southern Arizona

How are law enforcement agencies being hit by a shortage of staff and what are they doing to fill open positions with diverse staff?

Arizona's minimum wage set to increase

State law mandates it go up with inflation.

U.S. Space Command chooses UA as inaugural partner in new program

University's long history in space research cited

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