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Tucson Religious Centers Lead National Sanctuary Movement
800 churches, mosques and synagogues pledge to protect refugees from mass deportation.
Tucson Church Opens Doors to Refugees Fleeing Violence
Church basement converted into living quarters for 50 Central American women, children.
Tucson 'Immigrant Friendly,' But Not 'Sanctuary,' Mayor Says
City Council votes 7-0 to reaffirm city's status, offers forum for where people can get help.
Celebrating Lalo Guerrero
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Love Letters to the Pima County Public Library; The Art of Paying Attention to Great Horned Owls; Looking back on Hollywood's Golden Age "Star System".
Border Concerns Extend Beyond Southern Arizona
Plus, the state of mental health in our jails and a proposal to increase the city sales tax.
Mexican Shoppers Spend Big in Tucson During Holiday Season
Tourism from neighbor to the south adds $1 billion to Pima County economy each year.
Two Breweries Cross Border to Tap Spirit of Collaboration
Tucson- and Hermosillo-based brewers work together to create Beer Without Borders.
Feeding Our Future: Growing Community in Tucson’s Barrios
Home-grown efforts to improve Tucson’s struggling neighborhoods start with vegetable gardens.
Feeding Our Future: The Politics of Produce Rescue
They share the same goal of feeding the hungry, but sometimes food banks step on each other’s toes.
Tucson-to-Mexico Flight Details Announced; Begins in October
One Aeromar flight will stop in four cities in western Mexico.
Nation's Latinos Crossing the Digital Divide
Sunnyside program aims to improve the digital literacy of students - and their families
Trade Between Arizona and Mexico Continues to Grow
Imports, exports and tourism flow across the border and build the local economy.
69 Dead in Border Desert This Year, on Pace of Trend
Identifying remains is big task at Pima County Medical Examiner's Office.
Tucson Samaritans Offer Food, Water to Migrants in Desert
Stories of people dying in the desert prompted effort to help.
Central American Women Abused, Tucson Official Says
Women fear deportation if they report problems; men use that as means of control.
ACLU Claims Federal Agents Abused US Citizens
Homeland Security officers forced X-ray exam, detention for 'littering.'
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