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Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tom Holiday Dies at Age 94

Holiday will be buried on the Navajo Reservation in Kayenta.

Air Force and Local Hospital Team Up For Training

A Davis-Monthan and Tucson Medical Center program looks to get Air Force medical staff more hands-on experience.

Gold Star Mother Reflects on Memorial Day

Her son, Army Ranger Sgt. Martin Lugo, was killed in Afghanistan in 2010.

McSally Plans Trip to South Korea

The Arizona Republican will lead a congressional delegation weeks before a scheduled Trump-Kim summit.

Air Force: Number of A-10s to Stay Flying Is Up In the Air

The Air Force says it may not keep the entire fighter fleet active.

Former Border Patrol Deputy Chief Discusses National Guard Deployment

Ron Colburn says troops increase deterrence and help the agency address staffing issues.

150 Arizona Guard Troops to be Deployed Along Border

Federal Government will pay all the cost, according to Gov. Doug Ducey.

Battle Over F-35s Returns to Tucson

Opposition group gears up to resume fight against stealth jet.

$500K Grant to Aid Restoration of Historic Officers Club

One of few structures from the era still in existance, the building at Fort Huachuca was designated as the black officers club.

Federal Budget Deal Could Benefit Tucson's Economy

A deal that brings an end to sequestration cuts in defense could have a positive impact on Tucson's financial health.

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base to Conduct Base-Wide Exercise

Sounds of explosions and gunfire will likely audible near the base.

Tucson Economy Ready to Grow Behind Manufacturing Sector

Good economic times come as federal spending begins to increase again.

Episode 166: Nurturing Mt. Graham's Red Squirrel Population after the Frye Fire

Also, the WWII black officers club at Fort Huachuca, an open office downtown, Tugo bike share and a new bishop for Tucson.

Mountain View Officers Club Gets Help For Renovations

The historic building at Ft. Huachuca finds private financing.

Episode 337: Honorably Discharged from the Military, and Deported

Custom wheelchairs made for bumpy roads, and a system of math education developed south of the border.

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades - Now Revealed in Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Should honorably discharged veterans be able to get their citizenship and military benefits restored after trouble with the law? And, a local artist's adventures canoeing with alligators in a Florida river.

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