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Tucsonans react to Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

Large crowds are expected at a march downtown Friday night.

Preventing and fighting human-caused wildfire

Fires started by people have long been a part of our ecosystem, but they're increasingly damaging today.

Has "Star Trek" changed the world? Author Ryan Britt examines a legacy of 50 years and beyond.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How A Tucson woman made a life-changing transformation through art.

Tucson to expand neighborhood revitalization program

The program started with "Thrive in the 05" and will include a new neighborhood

Tucson Electric Power seeking nearly 12% rate increase

Public hearings will be held in Tucson.

Tucson sets up hotline for homeless people

Aims to connect people with shelter, food, other needs.

A grassroots Tucson baker wins a national award for excellence.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Renowned author Tom Miller reads from "Where Was I? A Travel Writer's Memoir"; Adiba Nelson shares truth about her first day on the job as a new mother; and remembering cowboy poet & philosopher Baxter Black.

Local baker wins James Beard Award

Don Guerra, the owner of Barro Bread, was recognized on Monday.

One Tucsonan’s journey to becoming emotionally accountable -- and taking a stand against oppression.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: What the Pima County Library’s “#READBLACK” initiative wants to share with the world, and decoding "The FBI Way" with author Frank Figliuzzi.

Tucson public transit to remain free

Teamsters claimed without fares, vehicles become refuge for the homeless.

Tucson City Council passes resolution supporting abortion rights

The resolution is in advance of an expected U-S Supreme Court ruling.

Praising the earned beauty of "The Crone Body".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Therapist Susan Miner on building the foundation for inner peace; and the history behind Ormsby Park in Tucson's Barrio Santa Cruz.

Lifeguard shortage leaves some Tucson pools closed

Blame the pandemic and rising wages.

Tucson will help essential workers buy homes

The program builds off of a current city and county program.

Tucson teachers earn less than teachers in similar Western cities

A study by University of Arizona economists shows teacher salaries in Tucson aren’t keeping up with the nation or even Western cities comparable in size or cost of living

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