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"My voice pouring from me with all the soul a rainstorm has..." Teen poets are ready to change the world.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Susan Miner on creating "Peace Inside, Beauty Outside"; and some happy chaos from The Scamp Radio (1/2) Hour.

First weekend of taking tests to students gets results

Close to 150 people were tested at the pop-up sites near student hangouts.

Students punished by UA and police for bad COVID behavior

Big parties were shut down and citations were issued.

Author Craig Johnson talks about Sheriff Walt Longmire's "Next to Last Stand".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Real talk about living with autism, from some folks in our community who have first-hand experience.

Arizona pushes flu vaccinations to avert flu-and-COVID-19 ‘perfect storm’

Health officials are hoping to head off the possibility of a surge in hospitalizations from one or both of the viruses.

Arizona researchers dive into novel coronavirus

The team from the three state universities and T-Gen are trying to unlock the coronavirus.

Pima County taking testing to where the college students are

The county will use pop-up sites near local bars catering to students.

UA, Pima County asks off-campus students to shelter in place

The voluntary request is intended to stem a surge of new coronavirus cases.

Doctors: flu shots crucial during COVID pandemic

They are hoping to prevent crowded hospitals and clinics during the winter.

UA reports its highest number of daily COVID-19 cases so far

Nearly 200 cases were confirmed Friday, with a testing positivity rate of 9.8%.

Sonora among hardest hit by excess deaths during COVID-19 outbreak in Mexico

Sonora saw the fourth highest jump in excess deaths among the states analyzed.

Rate of COVID-19 cases on UA campus 'alarming,' President Robbins says

University officials say harsh measures are coming in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus on campus.

University of Arizona sees COVID-19 spike

Most of the cases are from students living off campus.

'Feels like the end of the world': Tucson grapples with record heat during pandemic

The desert community has faced both soaring temperatures and life under the coronavirus, as some work to mitigate the impact of a warmer future.

The risks of severe heat

The hottest summer in the city’s history came during a global health crisis, leaving many residents at risk for heat-related issues.

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