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Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson Samaritans' 18 year mission continues; and how the border wall endangers the future of the Sonoyta mud turtle.
President Trump visits border fence near San Luis
Later that day, the president addressed supporters in Phoenix.
Protests force community to reconsider the role of police
As protests continue nationwide, citizens and police officers in Tucson look at what changes are still needed.
More common than Parkinson's, but less known: How Tucsonans with aphasia are navigating the pandemic
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Has the meaning of Juneteenth changed?
Pascua Yaqui Tribe appoints new leadership
The council appointed Peter S. Yucupicio to his fourth term as the head of the tribe.
U.S. immigration service says it needs $1.2 billion to stay afloat
USCIS usually gets money from application fees it charges for various services — now those have slowed
Chinese relations enter Kelly-McSally Senate race
Republicans are going hard on China while claiming Democrats, including Mark Kelly, are soft on China.
Senate candidates stake out financial strongholds in Arizona
The candidates pulled in a combined $10 million in campaign contributions, while Mark Kelly outraised Martha McSally on a day-to-day basis.
Presidential campaigns nearly tied in Arizona fundraising
Trump and Biden have collected a combined $1.3 million in the Grand Canyon State
Campaigning during the COVID-19 pandemic
The virus put political campaigns in neutral just as election season was ramping up.
Census going forward despite coronavirus delays
The 2020 census will count people where they lived April 1.
Remembering Richard Elías
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero calls Elías' death a 'huge loss.'
Capitol Hill offices adapt to teleworking
Arizona lawmakers, like the rest of Congress and much of the nation, are learning to telework in the face of COVID-19.
What "The Decameron", a Medieval Italian masterpiece, can tell us about life during a pandemic.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Why a Tucsonan named Taylor chose to get involved in the conflict in Syria; and Frank Figliuzzi speaks on putting Taylor's story in context with U.S. foreign policy.
U.S. Rep. Gosar says he, staff have quarantined themselves
A Capitol physician said "several" members of Congress had contact with a person who subsequently developed the illness caused by the new coronavirus.
Sanders reaches for inclusiveness, slams Biden at Phoenix rally
Democrats and Republicans expect Arizona to be up for grabs in the November general election.
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