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LETTER FROM THE CEO: Mes De La Cultura continues into fall lineup

DEA agent, suspect dead after shooting on Tucson train

Another DEA agent and a Tucson police officer were injured.

Episode 801

We Belong Here Too, 4x4, Seeing In The Future, Fadi Iskandar

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Arizona reports 2,113 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths

University of Arizona president says the institution won't require vaccinations or testing for now.

City offers landlords extra incentive to take Title 8 vouchers

The City of Tucson is using federal CARES Act funds towards the incentive.

Arizona high court to consider case blocking school mask ban

The laws will remain blocked until the court hears the case and issues a ruling.

As court ruling allows Biden administration to continue Title 42, families still seek asylum in Nogales

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday to allow the Biden administration to continue using Title 42 to rapidly deport families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

On the streets with the Tucson police homeless outreach unit

Launched in January, the three-officer unit partners with social services.

How the pandemic has changed the face of homelessness in Tucson

"Reducing visibility doesn't change homelessness," says says Jason Thorpe, from the City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department.

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.

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