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'Sanctuary' Play Revisits Tucson History

The theater company re-enacts the story of the Sanctuary Movement of the 1980s. Tucson religious leaders risked going to jail for their beliefs and actions.

ADOT Seeks Public Opinion on Proposed Sonoran Corridor

The corridor would connect traffic on Interstate 19 and Interstate 10, south of the Tucson airport.

Current Phase of Grant Road Improvements Nearing Completion

Project began in 2017 and was scheduled for completion July 23.

City Gets $1.3 Million for Tucson House, Oracle Neighborhood

HUD "planning grant" could lead to $30 million for neighborhood improvements

The Ronny Chieng Explosion

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Why candidates may be changing messaging before the general election; kindness in action on the UA campus; and helping hands for nature.

Nearly 40 Percent of Registered Voters Took Part in Primary Election

Pima County had the largest increase of any county when compared to the 2016 primary.

A Helping Hand for Nature

Friends of Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge volunteer time and effort.

Grant Funds Research to Fight Deadly Lung Disease

The University of Arizona College of Medicine seeks a cure for excessive scar tissue.

Immigrant Spending Power Adds Billions of Dollars to Pima County Economy

Entrepreneurs not born in the U.S. outpace U.S.-born residents starting businesses by a 2-to-1 margin.

Construction on $35M West-Side Development Could Start in October

Rio Nuevo chair says the project would have died without the district's support.

4 More Weeks of Monsoon, Tucson Has Beaten Normal Rain Totals

Tucson has received more than six inches of rain since the monsoon began, and much of Southern Arizona has surpassed normal totals.

Classes to Teach Mexican Cooking

Sharing the tie of food and family, Tucson Botanical Gardens offers classes this week.

Backyard Bobcats Delight Tucson Residents

The visiting native cats became a learning and teaching opportunity.

Listening Beyond the Wall

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Cleopatra - No Submissive Woman"; bobcats in the backyard; and how Film Tucson is bringing Hollywood back to The Old Pueblo.

TUSD to Start Review of Controversial Textbook at Teachers' Request

The economics course was canceled at TUSD last year. It could be back in front of the board for approval in November.

Thousands of Mail-In, Provisional Ballots Remain Uncounted in Pima County

Ballot counting will resume Thursday. State law requires counting to be done by next Wednesday.

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