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Tucson revamps one of its oldest city parks

After years of concerns about safety, Anza Park gets an overhaul

Arizona heads into flu season

Public health experts say this year’s flu season activity is currently low but caution numbers may increase as we head into the fall.

Court blocks controversial Arizona laws on masks in schools

The law was set to take effect in late September.

Monsoon season's toll on Southern Arizona roads

Following months of monsoon activity, roadways throughout the region are undergoing repair.

Arizona AG says Tucson vaccine mandate is illegal

Reporter Nicole Ludden from the Arizona Daily Star on what the announcement means for local governments.

From afar, Afghans in Tucson watch US withdrawal

Afghans in Tucson discuss the community they have found in the area and the future of the country where their families still reside.

Atifa Rawan on Afghanistan

Atifa Rawan, an Afghan American and UA Library Sciences professor emerita, shares insight on her upbringing in Afghanistan and her most recent work in the region.

What does the US withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for the Middle East?

Daniel Rothenberg, ASU professor of practice in School of Politics and Global Studies and Co-Director of the Center on the Future of War, talks to Arizona 360.

How the child tax credit is impacting Arizonans

Georgina Monsalvo, the Arizona Organizing Director for Stand for Children Arizona, talks to Arizona 360 about the program.

Building through a pandemic

Habitat for Humanity, a longtime organization dedicated to supporting families in Arizona, has continued to meet housing needs despite the pandemic.

Arizona's economy navigates the pandemic

Professor and economist George Hammond from UA Eller College of Management analyzes the states latest economic trends.

Election officials raise concerns with election review ahead of report

Secretary of state, Maricopa County recorder highlight problems with Senate review.

FDA approves Pfizer vaccine

Assistant director of the Arizona Health Services Department discusses efforts to boost the state's vaccination rate.

In Arizona, migrant and refugee groups prepare to help Afghans

Governor, top legislator say the state is ready to help.

After census comes redistricting for battleground state

Independent commission will redraw Arizona's political map.

Water shortage on Colorado River triggers supply cuts for Arizona

The shortage means Arizona will see its share of water from the river slashed by 18% next year.

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