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Ensuring security in Arizona elections

County and state election officials discuss how they're working to combat misinformation and interference in the 2020 race.

Young activists press for action on climate change

Inexperience and age aren't stopping young people in Arizona and around the world from demanding action.

Raytheon's growth and future in Tucson

Also, a security expert discusses the missile-maker's role in the defense industry.

Tackling opioid addiction with treatment, not arrest

Police in Southern Arizona are embracing programs to help people break the cycle of addiction without resorting to the criminal justice system.

Planning for a future with less Colorado River water

A new book sheds light on mistakes of the past while Arizona gears up for the next round of negotiations.

Paying college athletes for their images

A change to NCAA rules could allow college athletes to profit from promotions.

The future automated workplace

How the "new industrial revolution" will affect jobs and education in Tucson and Pima County.

Border humanitarian aid work on trial

A look at how federal immigration policy and religious freedom played out in the trials of a No More Deaths volunteer.

German Perspectives on Immigration

In Southern Arizona, the topic of immigration is ever-present. This week, we hear from experts, refugees and reporters from the other side of the Atlantic.

Pizza, hamburgers and ... local broccoli? School lunch in Tucson

70 years on, a WWII-era program to combat malnutrition is healthier than ever.

Broadway widening and the Sunshine Mile

The new year brings new construction to Tucson.

Yaqui, O'odham history and sovereignty in the borderlands

Federal recognition can be a complicated subject for Indigenous people whose land spans political borders.

Mayor Rothschild reflects on 8 years in office

New leadership at the head of Tucson city government could mean new priorities.

Tucson's pedestrian fatality problem

The city has seen a steady rise in people struck and killed while walking in recent years. Other cities face the same problem.

Tucson's streetcar turns 5

Despite some initial opposition, the streetcar started rolling down the tracks for the first time five years ago.

Changes coming to TUSD board

Reflections on Southern Arizona's largest school district as the process begins to replace a resigning member.

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