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Drummer Doug "Cosmo" Clifford and the final tour of Creedence Clearwater Revisited
Also: The latest on the trial of Scott Warren, and what it means for humanitarian aid on the U.S. / Mexico border; and two Hollywood versions of the story of Judge Roy Bean.
Local animal shelters see rise in number of stray kittens
PACC warns that litters of kittens that appear abandoned are not necessarily alone.
Arizona Spotlight for May 30th, 2019
Also: Climbing Mt. Lemmon in the footsteps of Sara Plummer Lemmon; TIHAN celebrates 25 years of helping Tucson's HIV-positive community live better; and an artist who finds creative satisfaction in millions of tiny hand drawn lines.
Walking in the footsteps of Sara Plummer Lemmon
The story of a botanist and artist who had a mountain named after her.
#RedForEd advocates say Arizona budget plan ignores schools
The teacher-backed organization says a $1 billion surplus should be used to help restore previous education funding levels.
Signs of life and death along southwestern highways
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson restaurant history, becoming a goat, and looking back at Dr. Martin Luther King's visits to Tucson.
Weather system brings 'unusual' temperatures to Tucson
The chilly weather also meant light snow, hail and freeze warnings in parts of state.
'Bike Ranch' Proposed Across From Saguaro National Park East
The Pima County Board of Supervisors will vote later this month whether to approve the development in the park's buffer zone.
Dr. Mae C. Jemison: "Living Deeply and Looking Up"
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Artists wish UA students good luck during finals week; Exploring Persian fairy tales and women in mythology; Adiba Nelson on the challenges of being a mom.
Nurses Network Boosting Care for Migrants at Tucson Shelter
The Registered Nurse Response Network has been helping treat migrants in Tucson on weekends for more than three months.
Tucson Joins Food Tourism Network
Tucson is the second city in the U.S. to join an international network of cities united by their focus on local food and culinary tourism.
County 'Housing First' Project Aims to Get Tucsonans Into Homes
The project will provide 150 housing vouchers and 15 temporary homes to qualified participants experiencing homelessness.
TUSD Mulls Plan to Keep Sixth Graders in Elementary School
The idea presented by the superintendent is still in the works, but would mean dismantling non-magnet middle schools and establishing junior highs.
Can 1,000 Empty Backpacks Save Lives?
Also: How Pima County could pay for newly opened migrant shelters; Bridging cultural divides with the Persian language; Tucson author Janni Lee Simner reads from her new book.
Former Tucson City Councilman Roy Laos Dies at 65
The Tucson native served from 1977-1988
Democrats Running for Mayor of Tucson Kick Off Campaigns
Three longtime Tucsonans laid out their experience and connection to the city as part of the race to replace outgoing Mayor Rothschild.
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