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Unemployment Down in State, Flat in Tucson, Report Says

Businesses services were the fastest-growing sector in Tucson market.

Changing Minds with Nonviolence: Dr. Bernard Lafayette

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Indigenous Voices" explores the concept of natural democracy; author Lala Corriere on researching opioids for her novel "Tracks".

Census: US Migration to Tucson Doubled in 2017

The only Arizona counties to lose population were in the southeast portion of the state.

Supervisors Table Drug Trafficking Grant

Board Democrats decide not to vote to accept grant until they feel conditions for Operation Stonegarden are met.

Scientists Want to Know: Can Table Salt Slow Global Warming?

Salt is superior to aluminum oxide to scatter heat-causing sunlight.

Rep. McSally Suggests Building Wall on Arizona-California Border

The proposal came during a White House discussion about sanctuary cities.

Old Pima Courthouse to Get New Tenants

Leases were approved for Visit Tucson and university mineral museum are market rate.

Supervisors to Vote on Two New Tenants for Old Courthouse

University of Arizona and Visit Tucson may split the majority of the courthouse's square footage.

El Santo Makes a Triumphant Return to the Silver Screen

Also on Arizona Spotlight: More about Tucson Cine Mexico 2018; and Tucson students join national protest against gun violence.

Dry, Hot Winter Ending, Southwest Faces Dry, Hot Spring

Continued arid conditions forecasted by NOAA for the entire Southern Arizona, increasing fire risk.

Students Walk Out of School to Protest Gun Violence

Tucsonans joined others throughout the country to call attention to school shootings and call for legislation.

Number of Tucson Homes for Sale Hits Historic Low

Despite inventory being at an all-time low, price growth remains in check.

Addressing Adult Literacy in Southern Arizona

Literacy Connects helped more than 50,000 people last year.

Tucson's 3.6 Percent: Reflections on Being Black in a Majority-White City

Members of Tucson's black community discuss the complex and often difficult nature of calling the city home.

'Where the Water Goes': David Owen Looks at the Past, Present & Future of the Colorado River

Also on Arizona Spotlight: members of Tucson's black community share and contrast their experiences; author Victor Shamas explores 'Deep Creativity'.

UA Highlighting Brain Awareness Week With Free Talk

Public lecture looks at emotional stress, chronic pain and autism.

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