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Episode 104: F-16 Pilot Training Aims to Reduce Pilot Shortage, Rillito River Vegetation Removal Draws Questions

Plus: a preview of Tuesday's primary election, and why the "digital divide" is getting smaller for Tucson-area Latinos.

Can Tucson F-16 Training Reduce Fighter Pilot Shortage?

Plus: a preview of Tuesday's primary election; why the "digital divide" is shrinking for Tucson-area Latinos.

Episode 103: What Led to UA Medical School Scrutiny?

Controversy surrounding University of Arizona Health Sciences didn't start this month.

What Led to UA Medical School Scrutiny?

Controversy surrounding University of Arizona Health Sciences didn't start this month.

Episode 102: Political Incivility Reaches 'Crisis Stage'

Plus, how campaigns reach out to voters less than 3 weeks before Election Day, and Tucson highlights its Mexican food heritage.

Episode 101: Two Democrats Compete to Face McSally in 2nd District

Congressional hopefuls Matt Heinz, Victoria Steele are former state lawmakers.

Two Democrats Compete to Face McSally in 2nd District

Congressional hopefuls Matt Heinz, Victoria Steele are former state lawmakers.

Episode 100: Pima County Attorney, Sheriff Primary Races

Republican sheriff candidates and Democratic attorney candidates vie for your vote.

Pima County Attorney and Sheriff Primary Races

Republican sheriff candidates and Democratic attorney candidates vie for your vote.

Episode 99: Republican Supervisor Candidates in Districts 1, 4

Primary election voters have open seat on east side, an incumbent and challenger on northwest side.

Republican Supervisors Candidates in Districts 1, 4

Primary voters have Ray Carroll's seat to fill and a challenge to incumbent Ally Miller.

Episode 98: Tucson Police, African American Communities Evaluate Relationship

Success working together creates a less-divided community, they say.

Tucson Police, African American Communities Evaluate Relationship

Success working together creates a less-divided community, they say.

Metro Week Returns July 15th, 2016

Metro Week is on hiatus for two weeks and will return with an all-new episode on July 15th.

Desert Heat: Deaths, Rescuers and Ways to Stay Safe

4 people die in record 115-degree heat; how do Tucsonans cope?

Episode 97: Heat Deaths Point Up Summer Desert Danger

Weathered Tucsonans and visitors alike told to heed warnings, take precautions.

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