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The Unofficial Piñata Poll: Trump Beating Clinton
Political characters have been good for local businesses.
Paralympian Jen Poist Brings Home the Gold!
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Counting the youth vote; RinCon 16 invites Arizonans to get their game on; and how a school garden has transformed a west-side Tucson elementary school on “Feeding Our Future".
Pascua Yaqui Youth Vote
Three young people from the Pascua Yaqui Tribe share what matters to them during their Tribal Council elections
Pascua Yaqui Youth Get Involved
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Native American portrayals in film; profile of Tucson author Ethel Lee Miller; and young love at a long distance.
Music Without Borders
Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Tucson couple celebrates their 80th anniversary; A Book I Love, and a look at a Tucson neighborhood through the eyes of a lifelong resident.
Students Tell Elders' Stories; and UAMA Showcases Sincerity and Creativity
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson Mayor Responds to Pre-Emptive Legislation; and "Dímelo" asks about changes.
Nest building for architecturally challenged doves of the Sonoran Desert; and "A Book I Love" returns.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Results from the 2016 presidential primary, and a Tucson artist follows her dreams to Berlin.
Siblings Apart For Years, One US Citizen, Other Faces Deportation
Brother and sister are part of nationwide effort to fix "a broken immigration system;" born to same parents but in different countries.
Working for Equal Rights
Tucson group tries to raise awaress, education and opportunity for often-marginalized residents
Back to the Homeland
After escaping civil war and making temporary homes in Tucson, find out why some of the Sudanese "Lost Boys" plan to return to the recently established nation of South Sudan.
Two Vails, a Single Future
In the rapidly growing Rincon Valley, some new residents seek more than "the rural life"
D-M Change of Command
Life in the military involves moving every few years, usually that is not accompanied by the full ceremony that the military can muster, unless the move involves a change of command
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