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Recall effort against Tucson mayor fails

City Clerk says petition signatures insufficient.

Economics drives glass recycling

Tucson keeps its used glass local.

Tucson approves minimum wage increase for city workers

The increase could effect more than 2,000 city employees

TUSD prepares to reopen, but number of students remaining online is unclear

41 percent of parents still have not chosen which learning method they want for their students

Tucson may ban hair discrimination

CROWN Act will weave respect for natural hairstyles into city law.

"Retrograde Lemonade": Move like no one is judging.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Playwright Elaine Romero is recognized for her body of work; and how the murder mystery podcast "Tucson Heat" came to be.

PFAS contamination draws local, national cleanup efforts

The so-called “forever chemicals” accumulate in bodies and can have numerous health impacts.

"Who Framed Rosa Parks?" - Brenna Wynn Greer on the history of Black imagemakers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Geraldine Brooks reflects on her novel "Year of Wonders"; and a tale of love and loss written by a 6th grade student.

Tucson invests for pension payments

The city is trying to get rid of a long-term, billion-dollar debt.

"Gloria: A Life" celebrates Gloria Steinem and a sisterhood of hope.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: musician and activist Reymon Murphy shares his soul with Tucson; and Chris Dashiell recommends standout shorts from the "What's Up Docs?" online film festival.

A look at economic help for Arizonans one year into the pandemic

Despite federal and state aid, many Arizonans are still at risk of going hungry or losing their homes.

Tucson council looking at 911 dispatch center

Communications manager resigned after December incident.

Tucson mayor asks community for help guiding climate action plan

A survey open through the end of March invites residents to prioritize actions city can take.

Jelani Cobb: "Whose Vote Counts?"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Chris Dashiell recommends standout shorts from the "What's Up Docs?" online film festival; and the uncertain future of the Chiricahua Leopard Frog.

Bruschi returns to Arizona as senior football advisor

Former All-American and NFL star returns to Tucson

Pascua Yaqui Tribe secures federal grant for water pipeline

The nonpotable water project would free up 50 acre-feet of drinking water for the tribe each year.

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