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The Haven strives to become go-to resource for Native American women in recovery

Federal funding has helped expand services and outreach.

"High Asia for Aphasia" is taking awareness to unparalleled heights.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Knitting socks the REAL old-fashioned way; and the story of Chilean political exile Leo is one of hardship, healing and hope.

The "Barbenheimer" Experience Arrives in Tucson

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Using a natural desert resource in a new way; and ""Chasing the Ghost Bear: On the Trail of America’s Lost Super Beast".

New UA environmental justice center slated to receive $10 million from EPA, DOE

The technical assistance center looks to serve as an environmental justice hub.

PACC takes in 54 animals from a hoarding situation

The impound contributes to a 135 animals rescued in one day

Explore the Secret History of Sleepovers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Pima County Public Library brings MegaMania! back to Tucson; and Arizona Illustrated's new series of poetic short films.

Diversity, Belonging and Celebration: Queer AF rocks Pride Month.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How Southern Arizona Senior Pride serves Tucson's LGBTQIA+ elders; Marilyn Heins MD shares some lessons learned from losing her husband to Alzheimer’s Disease; and, Stories that Soar! brings some summer heat.

"The Neotenic Queen" explores the secrets of desert wildlife, both flora and fauna.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the youth group Studio Mariposa is beautifying the border wall; and an uplifting tale of love & survival from "Children of the Holocaust."

Tucson releases draft water plan

The city is now asking for the public to provide feedback on the draft plan.

Breaking Barriers: how Tucson's Juneteenth created community since before statehood

As Tucson's official Juneteenth festival marks 53 years, historians look back on a celebration that dates back to the late 1800s.

TUSD approves new Code of Conduct and special election

The new code will go into effect this fall.

Social media seen through the eyes of Generation Z.

On Arizona Spotlight: Listen as local high school students reflect on their social media use and experts react to their stories. Plus, a visit to "Playformance", where a kid can really be a kid.

ADEQ, fire departments dispose over 6,000 gallons of firefoam containing PFAS

The collaboration comes from the AFFF Take Back and Replace pilot-program

The Buzz: An economic update for Southern Arizona and beyond

Economists say they see some slowing ahead for the area's economy, but belay worries of a recession

Kidz At Play is not a rap group.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant on the podcast "Going Wild"; and a conversation with Tom Carlson, 90-year-old co-founder and president of the Naco Wellness Initiative.

TUSD looks to revise outdated student code of conduct

The board will look to take formal action on the changes at the next meeting.

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