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"The Legend of Georgia McBride" and the art of drag.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Students build skill and character playing wheelchair basketball; a review of the documentary "Feelings are Facts" and an interview with filmmaker Jack Walsh; and, an amphibious love story from "Stories That Soar!"

Arizona AG Kris Mayes sues manufacturers for PFAS contamination

The companies have known about the 'forever chemicals' for decades

Children of the Holocaust: The story of Andrew Schot

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A look into the bird and plant species in Navopatia.

Tucson signs agreement to use less Colorado River water

The voluntary deal offers the City of Tucson $400 per acre-foot as compensation for every unit conserved.

New housing policy targets problem landlords by restricting voucher contracts

Tucson’s city council unanimously passed the new policy in hopes to resolve on-going incidents on properties that have high crime.

TUSD cuts back on hotspots for students as federal funding expires

The Emergency Connectivity Fund worked to provide funding for connectivity tools like hotspots, modems and routers.

The Buzz previews AZPM's newest podcast

More Than a Game takes listeners beyond the scores and tells the stories behind sports.

Sports is for everyone: local school brings adaptive sports into physical education

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports partnered with Gridley Middle School to launch their education program.

"Home is Somewhere Else" animates the migrant experience.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet AZPM border affairs reporter Danyelle Khmara; and multi-faceted artist Rick Wamer discusses his poetry collection "Long Shadow Days: Grief Walking".

Plastic waste into construction blocks: Tucson strives for zero-waste model

Tucson city council unanimously approved an agreement with ByFusion to convert plastic waste into construction-grade building blocks.

Special Elections this week in Tucson and Cochise County

A TEP franchise agreement and a jail tax are on the ballot.

The Buzz: Battling the Urban Heat Island Effect in Arizona

The cities we've built retain the desert heat and make conditions even warmer. How do we cool things off as temperatures warm?

21 incarcerated men earn software development certification

For six hours a day, five days a week, the participants worked with instructors and one another to learn both hard and soft skills.

Pati Jinich explores the food - and stories - of the borderlands.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The 6th annual Arizona Palooza is a free event supporting better mental health; Student directors discuss their short films for "I Dream in Widescreen 2023"; and "Stories That Soar!" features our youngest author yet.

Statewide, congenital syphilis cases are on the rise.

Healthcare professions say that this disease is one hundred percent preventable.

UA professor maps Tucson's racist covenants

Professor Jason Jurjevich joined city employees Friday afternoon to discuss the project.

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