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TUSD supe says new law barring mask mandates in schools a challenge

Dr. Gabriel Trujillo discusses what mitigation protocols the district will have in place when students return August 5.

Full Tourism Rebound Could Take Years in Arizona

The governor recently announced a new tourism initiative that will be funded with over $100 million in federal aid.

Mexico travel restrictions extended at ports through August 21

Despite the loss of retail dollars from fewer Mexican shoppers, trade between the U.S. and Mexico is thriving.

UA mobile health clinic bringing COVID vaccines to rural counties

It includes overseeing cross-border vaccination events offered at some of Arizona's ports of entry.

Northwest Healthcare expands footprint in southern Arizona

The network's market CEO discusses how the. Northwest Healthcare has adapted during the pandemic.

Nursing shortages, other challenges facing Arizona’s health care system

A discussion with Hertel Report publisher Jim Hammond.

With uncertainty around A-10’s future, a look back at its history at Davis-Monthan

Training and refurbishment are part of the plane's history in Tucson.

Pandemic-related struggles continue for longtime Nogales boot maker

The future of the family business remains unknown.

Nogales mayor eager to see port travel restrictions lifted

Restrictions have been in place for over a year.

Arizona ports of entry offering COVID vaccines to Mexican residents

Tony Paniagua visited one event and spoke to vaccine recipients.

Arizonans receiving tax breaks as part of newest budget plan

Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway explains what taxpayers should expect.

Priorities laid out in Tucson’s new spending plan

Plus, how the city plans to continue addressing challenges brought on by the pandemic.

Spread of delta variant underscores importance of COVID vaccine

About 60% of eligible adults in Pima County are fully vaccinated against the disease.

Industries experiencing labor shortages in Arizona

The president of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry says nurses are in high demand.

PCC expands programs for in-demand trade jobs

Tony Paniagua also hears from people about why they chose careers in trade professions.

Mounting court backlogs drag out legal process for immigrants

A discussion with Tucson immigration attorney Patricia Mejia.

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