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Climate Change and Adaptation in the Southwest

Dec 6, 2018 Two recent reports have brought renewed attention to the effects of climate change on local, regional and global levels.

Music of the Borderlands

Nov 29, 2018 A look into the history and culture of three popular styles of border music: norteƱo, corridos and mariachi.

Raising the Age to Buy Tobacco

Nov 22, 2018 Tucson is considering raising the minimum age to buy cigarettes in an effort to curb smoking among teens.

Pedaling Your Way to Work

Nov 15, 2018 Tucson is known as a bike-friendly town. When it comes to commuting, how is the city planning for bikes?

Election Recap: The 2018 Midterms

Nov 8, 2018 A breakdown of the election results in Arizona.

Growing Tucson's Tech Industry

Nov 1, 2018 Research parks and a new startup academy are helping locals develop new ideas.

Arizona's US Senate Race in the Spotlight

Oct 25, 2018 One of the nation's highest-profile, and most negative, Senate races is here at home.

Arizona Ballot Initiatives Explained

Oct 18, 2018 A breakdown of what all those ballot propositions are about.

Arizona's Latino Vote

Oct 11, 2018 A look at the power of an important, and growing, part of the state electorate.

Police Chiefs Aim to Build Trust in Community Policing

Oct 5, 2018 From underage drinking to investigating homicides, both Tucson Police and UA Police stay busy.

Final Season for Pima College Football

Sep 27, 2018 Plus, fact-checking gubernatorial candidates after two debates.

Arizona Sues Maker of Oxycontin

Sep 20, 2018 Lawsuit claims Purdue Pharma violated a judicial order regarding claims made in advertisements.

Addiction in Cochise County

Sep 13, 2018 Episode 1: A look at the county's most recent effort to counteract overdose and addiction.

TMC Sues Opioid Industry

Sep 7, 2018 The hospital is the first in Arizona to sue opioid manufacturers and distributors.

Primary Election Breakdown

Aug 31, 2018 Pima County Republicans and Democrats look back at the primary and forward to the general election.

Development and the San Pedro

Aug 24, 2018 The Arizona Supreme Court sided with a homebuilder in Sierra Vista despite concerns about the San Pedro River.

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