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Tucson Police program offers drug treatment for some instead of arrest

Arizona 360 sees how the program is implemented with the department's Substance Use Resource Team.

Coronavirus-related cancellations hit Tucson tourism industry

Visit Tucson says the cancellations coincide with the apex of the event season.

Economic impacts of COVID-19 in Arizona

UA Eller College of Management economist George Hammond discusses whether a recession is possible.

What commuters can expect during Broadway widening project

Lorraine Rivera tours the construction with Tucson Department of Transportation officials.

Tucson nonprofit finds itself on sidelines amid ongoing crisis in Syria

The Tucson Refugee Ministry says Trump administration policies have drastically cut down on the number of Syrian refugees it can resettle.

Political roundtable: Super Tuesday, endorsements, COVID-19

Of the frontrunners, what will it take for either to pull ahead in Arizona's Democratic Presidential Preference Election?

Super Tuesday’s sway, refugees in Arizona, Broadway widening

A political roundtable analyzes what Tuesday's results indicate about Arizona's upcoming Democratic Presidential Preference Election.

Tohono O’odham chair decries ongoing controlled blasts for border wall project

Chairman Ned Norris, Jr. testified during a U.S. House subcommittee hearing.

Push to decriminalize clean needle exchanges in Arizona back in legislature

A discussion with Arizona Republic health reporter Stephanie Innes.

Diversion programs aimed at lowering drug-related incarcerations in Pima County

The county attorney's office says its approach is unique in Arizona.

How Pima County treats inmates with addiction, behavioral health issues

Lorraine Rivera toured the jail with correctional officers and health care staff.

Why getting a flu shot is advised amid coronavirus concerns

A discussion with UA epidemiologist Michael Worobey.

Coronavirus precautions, treating addiction in jail, border detonations

Arizona 360 revisits AZPM's ongoing Arizona Addicted reporting series.

UA seniors discuss factors determining their next steps

Lorraine Rivera met with students in the Blue Chip Leadership program.

UA finds a third of undergrads stay in the Tucson metro area after graduation

A university office conducts the survey to add data to the conversation about what students do after graduating.

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