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ADEQ unveils Advanced Water Purification Program

The program looks to reuse wastewater into a purified water source

StoryCorps invites you to join "The Great Thanksgiving Listen."

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Alejandro Canelos' short stories explore secrets of the desert; How Bisbee is supporting Arizona's pollinators; and the Arizona Wildlife Federation celebrates 100 years.

Stargazing marvel: Saguaro National Park earns Urban Night Sky certification

International Dark-Sky Association taps park to join its cosmic club

The Buzz: Recapping off-year election results

Education bonds and overrides largely succeed around the state, and Democrats continue Tucson government dominance.

"Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How teachers are dealing with AI in classrooms; and a story of survival in plain sight from Children of the Holocaust.

TEP's energy plan under review

Assessing Tucson Electric Power's path to carbon neutrality and natural gas debate

The Buzz examines Southern Arizona's home rental market

Rent costs have outpaced wage growth, leading to issues for many renters and growth in help for those households.

Anti-weapons "die-in" protest blocks Raytheon entrance during morning commute

The civilian group called for the company to stop supplying weapons to Israel.

Tucson to rip out more turf

The money comes from the state's Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona.

"The Left Hand of Darkness" grips The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: NPR's Ari Shapiro on "Och & Oy: A Considered Cabaret"; Luis Alberto Urrea recalls his friendship with K. Le Guin ; and, Stories that Soar! returns with "The Spelling Test".

Public comment open for new Tucson rapid bus line

Tucson Rapid Transit will develop five miles of either Stone or Oracle into a new high-capacity transit route.

The Buzz speaks with Tucson City Council candidates

Candidates see streets, crimes and homelessness as the city's top issues.

$1.2 billion American Battery Factory breaks ground in Tucson Southside

The lithium iron phosphate battery manufacturer is expected to bring in billions of dollars to Southern Arizona.

The 15th Annual Haunted Halloween Arizona Spotlight!

Gather around the campfire for this year's collection of spooky seasonal stories!

A look into the politics of Prop. 413

How Tucson’s struggle to pass city council raises is part of a bigger political conversation.

Number of families coming to the border in 2023 grew, especially in Tucson region

In the 2023 fiscal year, Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector saw a surge in apprehensions of migrant families, as border officials across the nation apprehended more than 3.2 million unauthorized migrants, according to recently released federal data.

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