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Arizona realtors see steady demand as state grows population

Eric Gibbs of the Arizona Association of Realtors discusses current trends.

El Rio’s approach to health care during the pandemic

A discussion with CEO Nancy Johnson.

Health care during COVID, restaurants and real estate, US Sen Mark Kelly

Plus, a former Tucson mayor explains city's authority to enact mandates such as its current curfew order.

Reviewing the week’s headlines in Arizona politics

Analysis from Arizona Capitol Times editor Luige del Puerto.

Pop-up market CULTIVATE Tucson adapts to pandemic for holiday shoppers

Nationwide, holiday spending is expected to exceed last year's totals.

Tracking changes in Arizona’s economy months into the pandemic

An update from University of Arizona economist George Hammond.

Ongoing challenges facing Tucson as 2021 nears

The pandemic continues to strain small businesses and nonprofits.

UA public health researchers recommend stay-at-home order as pandemic surges

A discussion about current trends with Dr. Joe Gerald, a member of the UA COVID-19 modeling team.

COVID-19 surge, economic recovery, holiday shopping

Also, analysis on the week's headlines in Arizona politics.

Crime in Indian Country: FBI explains its role

Crimes in tribal lands are a web of complexity, broken up between multiple jurisdictions.

Update from Sunnyside: Academics and resiliency

The second largest school district in Southern Arizona discusses how its students are faring in the pandemic.

More students switch to homeschooling amid school enrollment woes

Educators discuss the impacts of the shift, including looming cuts to funding as enrollment decreases.

Legality of potential COVID-19 vaccination requirements

The history of vaccination requirements offers insight to how COVID-19 vaccines may be implemented.

Mitigating the spread of COVID-19 during Arizona's second wave

Experts warn Arizonans that without a change in behavior they're in store for another crisis.

COVID-19 in Arizona: Community spread, vaccines and education

Plus, a look at how and why the FBI has jurisdiction in some crimes committed in tribal lands.

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