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"Bend in the Wash: The Rancho Linda Vista Artist Community"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Searching for gamma-rays with a telescope array in the Santa Rita Mountains, and film essayist Chris Dashiell on the masterpiece “La Jetée”.

Tucson council reappoints judge panned by review commission

Mayor Romero: it was unfortunate there was “a blatant campaign" against Magistrate Geraldine Hale

Tucson city budget town hall

The town hall Thursday will focus on the infrastructure and mobility aspects of the budget.

Council suspends Reid Park Zoo project

45 day pause gives time for a compromise.

Desert Lab on Tumamoc Hill begins new phase of community outreach

An old building will make way for new gardens.

How gem & mineral dealers are coping with the pandemic's impact.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How "Blax Friday" is building community to help black-owned businesses thrive; Adiba Nelson versus her 11-year-old's "tween 'tude"; and a song from John Coinman.

Economic impacts of the pandemic uneven in Tucson

The city's economic initiatives director, Barbra Coffee, says the Tucson's characteristics have kept it competitive during the crisis.

Vendors cope with Tucson Gem and Mineral Show cancellation

Tony Paniagua reports on how some companies are operating despite the cancellation of the main event.

Roundtable: vaccine rollout, Pima County supervisors, political violence

Guests include Dan Shearer of the Green Valley News/Sahuarita Sun and Jim Nintzel of Tucson Local Media.

Romero calls for halt to zoo expansion project.

Pathway to Asia section would cover Reid Park's Barnum Hill.

City of Tucson wants input on ranking transportation needs

The deadline to submit feedback for Move Tucson's prioritization principles is March 12.

Recall effort against Tucson mayor fails

City Clerk says petition signatures insufficient.

Economics drives glass recycling

Tucson keeps its used glass local.

Tucson approves minimum wage increase for city workers

The increase could effect more than 2,000 city employees

TUSD prepares to reopen, but number of students remaining online is unclear

41 percent of parents still have not chosen which learning method they want for their students

Tucson may ban hair discrimination

CROWN Act will weave respect for natural hairstyles into city law.

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