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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.

Court blocks controversial Arizona laws on masks in schools

The law was set to take effect in late September.

Homelessness in Tucson, flu season and Anza Park

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360.

Sonia Manzano created a neighborhood of her own for "Alma's Way".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson literary pioneers Alva B. Torres and Lydia Otero share stories and friendship; and author Larry Dane Brimner

Arizona reports 55 more deaths, toll passes 20K milestone

Arizona currently is 11th highest among states in the number of COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic began, and sixth in the number of deaths per 100,000 population.

How the monsoon season impacted life in Southern Arizona, from wildfires to bugs

The National Weather Service said the monsoon season was the third-wettest that Tucson has seen since 1895, and it followed an exceptionally dry year.

As second immigration reform measure is rejected, activists in Arizona look to Democratic leadership

The parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate rejected a second version of immigration reform put forward by Congressional Democrats this week.

City of Tucson adds five new electric buses to fleet

City officials said it is part of a push to cut carbon emissions.

Episode 297: Building an infrastructure to help scientists handle big data

A University of Arizona-invented program enables scientists around the world to access and manage big data sets.

Tucson gets new flight to Los Angeles area via budget airline

The new flights will start this coming holiday season.

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