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Arizona AG: No recount for Tucson's Prop. 413, city council salaries now increase

State, city officials sought guidance on whether a recount was needed.

Local Tucson non-profit is fighting drought in back yards and public spaces

Tucson Clean and Beautiful's Green Stormwater Infrastructure Program

Atascosa Borderlands: Connecting the land, the wildlife, and the people.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Dr. Jasleen Chhatwal on helping loved ones survive dark times; and, how do YOU pronounce "Sahuarita"?

Local Tucson non-profit uses "whole healing" approach to fight homelessness

I Am You 360 provides homes and professional training for young at-risk Tucsonans

Tucson TreeCycle recycling program in effect for New Year holidays

Residents can bring their Christmas trees to city sites through January 15.

Dickens for Christmas? Listen to Rogue Theatre's adaptation of "The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton"!

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Family & friends hold a unique memorial for a loved one; and the musical bond shared by Emma & Martha Peterson.

ABOR seeks to advance Title IX lawsuit against UA

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan granted a 30 day extension to the board to file a legal petition–the first step to seek an opinion for the high court.

Senior Olympic Festival Is This Month

Participants 50 years old and older will take part in hundreds of activities in Tucson

The Buzz: Looking back and ahead at our economy

Economists say growth is likely to slow, but not stop, in the region and nation.

Friends of Aphasia celebrates the life and work of Pete Kozachik.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Local experts weigh in on feeding the future; Meet composer and pianst Larry Redhouse; and a new series of productions at The Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre called The Late Night Radio Hour.

Tucson to launch at-home composting program next year

Composting keeps harmful greenhouse gases out of landfills.

Jane Lynch brings "A Swingin’ Little Christmas" to Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Head into the magical Valley of the Moon; New horizons encourages seniors to explore music; Spotlight Community Theatre presents "Christmas Shorts" and, Stories that Soar! returns with a touching story of motherly love.

Mayor Romero “accepts the challenge” of another term in 2024 State of the City Address

The mayor highlighted her administration’s accomplishments of 2023.

A new radio drama: "Six Ways to Get Bit by a Rattlesnake"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Hydropower on the Navajo Nation; Preview the upcoming Oro Valley Arts Festival; Listen to a poem by Rick Wamer, and a new song from Gabrielle Pietrangelo.

Celebrating a unique vision with "Bruce McGrew: Continuum".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How Prop 308 made higher education attainable for undocumented students; and why Kidz At Play is not a rap group.

Sit-in at UA's College of Education calls to reinstate professors

Around 60 staff, faculty, students and community members participated.

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