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Indigenous protester stands trial over 2020 border wall demonstration

Amber Ortega faces misdemeanor charges related to blocking machinery at a border wall construction site near a sacred site in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

Episode 806

Alley Art Gallery, Body of Work: Nicole Miller; Pole Dancing in Tucson

Tucson election ends with a sweep for Democrats and a higher minimum wage

The Buzz examines the results of the city’s election and what the process could mean for the future of the city’s politics.

Episode 302: How a Tucson company is making ultrasound more available in developing countries

A Tucson-based startup wants to help expand ultrasound technology in nations that face major healthcare challenges.

Unsafe lane change led to crash that hurt Pima County administrator

The car driver was cited for causing an accident resulting in serious physical injury and making an unsafe lane change.

Arizona won't stop using COVID money for anti-mask grants

The Treasury Department last month told Ducey the programs were “not a permissible use” of the federal funding.

Reps. Fernandez, Friese resigning from Legislature

President Biden has tapped Fernandez for a post in the USDA.

US agency decides against flooding Grand Canyon amid drought

Agency officials said opening the bypass tubes at the Glen Canyon Dam would have reduced the elevation of Lake Powell at a time when it's at historic lows.

Celebrating Diwali.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Molly of Denali" begins a second season on PBS Kids; and Chris Dashiell looks back at the cinematic history of Judge Roy Bean.

Arizona reports 2,180 additional COVID-19 cases, 124 deaths

The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases rose over the past two weeks

Senate committee OKs Magnus for customs chief

The Senate Finance Committee voted 15-13 on Wednesday to advance the Tucson police chief's nomination.

Natural Landmarks of Arizona with David Yetman

Veterans Day Tribute Concert

AZPM celebrates the culture and contributions of Indigenous Peoples during Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month

Programming shines a spotlight on the history, culture and accomplishments of these Indigenous peoples, including the broadcast of INDEPENDENT LENS “Home From School: The Children of Carlisle.”

Musical Murals: An Interactive Walking Tour of Downtown Tucson

Homecoming Wildcat for Life Tailgate Party

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