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IRS Scam Calls Target Southern Arizona

Callers threaten you with arrest or legal action unless you pay up.

What Did the Eclipse Mean to You?

Arizona Public Media speaks with eclipse watchers on the University of Arizona campus.

Tucsonan: Path of Totality 'Well Worth It'

He made the trip to Wyoming to get the full experience, and encourages people to see the next one in 2024.

Tucson Turns 242, Though Some Put Age at 4,000

Community celebration to include native foods, cannon fire on the presidio grounds.

Navajo, Other Tribes Consider Eclipse A Bad Omen

The Navajo believe a sort of death occurs when the moon blocks out the sun, the most powerful deity for the tribe.

Trump Ends Program to Protect Central American Kids From Deportation

3,000 unaccompanied children face deportation, 200 in Arizona.

Coming up for Air: Homeowner Equity on the Rise in Tucson

The number of equity-rich homeowners is up, and 'underwater' homes are down.

Episode 329: Logging in When You're Locked Up — Tablets in Jail

Pima County has the only facility in Arizona allowing inmates to use tablets.

Episode 151: Confronting Racism in Tucson After Charlottesville

Also, rediscovering "Woman-Ochre, conversing with an 'umbraphile,' and memorializing lives taken by Mexico's drug violence.

Without Eye Protection, Even a Peek at the Eclipse is Dangerous

Children and young adults are particularly at risk without safety glasses.

TUSD Going Door-to-Door to Get Kids Back to School

The Steps to Success Walk is aimed at reaching young people who may have given up on their education.

Arizona Unemployment Stays Flat; Wages Up

Seasonal job shedding continues from June, while hourly earnings are on the rise.

Pack Rats for Dinner, Anyone?

New cookbook encourages people to try out the rodent as a food source.

Tucson Community, Religious Leaders Speak Out Against Racism

Attendees at Sunday's rally continue to raise awareness about white supremacy.

Arizona Supreme Court: Tucson Can't Destroy Seized Guns

The court said the state law supersedes Tucson's authority as a charter city.

Phoenix Mayor Wants Trump to Delay Rally

Stanton fears president might "enflame emotions and divide the nation"

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