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Pima County prosecutor's new book describes capital punishment as arbitrary

Rick Unklesbay has successfully argued murder cases that resulted in 16 death sentences.

Capital Punishment; Mayoral Powers; Regina Romero

Understanding the current holding pattern on executions in Arizona.

Primary ballot set in Tucson mayoral race

A discussion about the candidates with the Tucson Sentinel's Dylan Smith.

Sierra Vista ending curbside pickup for recycling

The change stems from China's reluctance to accept America's recyclable waste.

Economist: Tariffs ineffective as a political strategy

A discussion with UA economist George Hammond.

Arizona Chamber of Commerce speaks out against Mexican tariff threat

The group says Arizona consumers could see expenses go up.

Southern Arizona companies impacted by tariffs on Chinese trade

Both companies say their bottom lines have been affected.

Tariff Impacts; Recycling Changes; Tucson Mayoral Race

The effects of tariffs on Chinese trade on companies in Southern Arizona.

Inside Casa de los Niños's new early education center

How the center creates learning opportunities for 3 and 4 year olds.

Supervisor Elías discusses support for preschool scholarship program

It remains uncertain if the county will fund the newly-proposed program.

Journalists' Roundtable: State and county budgets

Plus, the issue of whether Pima County should fund early childhood education.

Journalists’ roundtable; funding early childhood education

Plus, touring Casa de los Niños' new early education center.

Kratom shop owner explains her advocacy

Advocates tout kratom as an alternative to opioids.

Federal agencies concerned about rise in kratom use

Hearing from the Drug Enforcement Administration in Tucson.

Analyzing the budget: reporter Howard Fischer

Fischer has covered the Arizona Legislature for 30 years.

Lawmakers on the budget: State Rep. T.J. Shope

The Republican representative on his support for the proposed budget.

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