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Impact of eased occupancy caps on Tucson restaurants

A discussion with Tucson Metro Chamber President Amber Smith.

Advocates concerned about expiring federal eviction moratorium

A moratorium issued by the CDC is set to expire at the end of March.

State Sen. Boyer discusses his support for reopening schools

The Republican chairs the Education Committee and is a high school teacher outside of the Legislature.

TUSD Superintendent on district’s COVID mitigation plan

The district has opted for virtual learning but will begin to welcome some students back March 22.

Tucson school districts prepare to expand in-person learning

Tony Paniagua spoke to leaders from Sunnyside and Tanque Verde school districts.

Schools prep for reopen, easing COVID restrictions, eviction prevention

Plus, Tucsonans share their new normal under the pandemic.

What to know about Johnson and Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine

UA College of Medicine's Dr. Elizabeth Connick breaks down how it differs from the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

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.

Checking in on the 2021 Arizona legislative session

A discussion with Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway.

Arizona Legislature, Gem Show vendors, new COVID-19 vaccine

Plus, analyzing headlines from Pima County with a journalists roundtable.

Catholic Community Services anticipating increase in asylum seekers

It comes as the Biden Administration eases some Trump-era policies meant to restrict entry into the U.S.

Gila River Indian Community works with AZ National Guard to vaccinate members

The tribe has administered about 10,000 doses of the vaccine to eligible community members.

Pima County Supt. hopeful about return to in-person learning

A discussion with Pima County School Superintendent Dustin Williams.

Learning in person during the pandemic

Tony Paniagua reports on how a school in Tucson is approaching the challenge.

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