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Hospice Owner Arrested on Endangerment and Abuse Charges

Owner of a Tucson hospice facility accused of knowingly keeping residents without air conditioning.

Arizona Stadium to Sell Beer and Wine in 2018 Season

The University of Arizona extended its liquor license to serve anyone of age at UA football games.

14 From Tucson Area Fined for Not Showing Up for Jury Duty

The 14 were fined $300 each after being asked to explain their failure to comply.

TUSD to Consider Education Services for Migrant Kids Housed in Tucson

The governing board voted unanimously to research what the district can do to educate the hundreds of immigrant kids at Southwest Key facility.

112 Degrees in Tucson? No Sweat!

Old Pueblo shrugs off record breaking heat

In the Desert City of Tucson, the Grass is Not Greener

A few factors helped turn this former city of lawns into a leader in desert-adapted landscaping practices.

President Robbins Wants UA Roadmap to Emphasize Quality Over Quantity

Strategic plan in the works, the university president is emphasizing student success rather than number of students.

UA Economist: Tucson's Housing Market is Affordable

An Arizona 360 discussion assessing if you can afford your home.

TUSD: Teacher Vacancies Down; Retaining Bus Drivers Still An Issue

Funding from the state after the teacher walkout is helping TUSD retain teachers, the superintendent says.

The Secret Life of Spiders

Also on Arizona Spotlight: a new dust detection system on I-10; cumbia rhythm energizes downtown Tucson; and a story about the perils of being a king.

Pima County: Solar Savings $220,000 Since 2015

Most of the privately owned solar arrays operating on county property are lowering the county's electric bill.

TUSD Sends Out Notifications of School Letter Grades

More than a quarter of TUSD schools received a letter grade of D or F.

Entrepreneurship Program Aims to Help Kids Bring Ideas to Life

The after-school program helps young people create their own businesses and nonprofits.

School Resource Officers Train Public for Active Shooter

The Pima County Sheriff's Department has trained more than 600 people in two years.

Strong Sales, Low Inventory Keep Tucson Housing Prices Growing

Tariffs are disincentivizing home builders, keeping inventory low in a high-demand market.

Spotlight Session: Rebekah Rolland

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Are immigrant children in custody being housed in Phoenix?; Tucson's refugee community faces uncertain future together.

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