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In Wake of Dallas Police Killings - Tucson Police Working with the Community

Tucson Police one of 15 police departments in the country selected for new policing strategies

Easing the Financial Burden of Staying Cool

Fund with contributions from state's utilities helps low-income residents pay bills.

Bring Out Your Low Lows

A car club turns 42 and a founder turns 80.

Marijuana is an ingredient in these edible and topical products from Halo Infusions & Extractions in Tucson.

Debate Over Recreational Marijuana Comes to the Fore

Initiative aimed at legalization in Arizona proposed for November election ballot.

I-11 Impact Weighed as Environmental Studies Begin

Mexico-to-Canada route, running through Southern Arizona, has detractors.

Fastpitch: The Untold History of Softball and the Women Who Made the Game

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Tucson Samaritans; Living under the sun during triple digit heat; and a lowrider car club celebrates an anniversary.

One of the closed TUSD schools sits with empty hallways.

TUSD Seeks to Lease or Sell Closed Schools

Nearly 20 shut down in last six years, with several still sitting unused.

The seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

FBI: Arrested Tucsonan Called Himself 'American Jihadist'

18-year-old man being held in Phoenix on terrorism, conspiracy charges.

Pima County Sells Building for $1.5M, Makes 85% Profit

Tucson Indian Center purchases downtown structure it had been leasing.

SynCardia's artificial heart.

Tucson Artificial Heart Maker SynCardia in Bankruptcy

Philadelphia private equity fim expected to take control of SynCardia within 45 days.

Freedom of Information Act Turns 50; Attacks Continue

UA researcher notes landmark statute disliked by public, private entities alike.

Marysol Velderrain sits with her children at the July 4, 2016 citizenship ceremony at Saguaro National Park.

20 Tucsonans Become Citizens on National Holiday

Saguaro National Park hosted its 7th annual, July 4th citizenship ceremony.

Tucson Samaritans Offer Food, Water to Migrants in Desert

Stories of people dying in the desert prompted effort to help.

Domestic Violence Services See Increased Demand in Tucson

Rise in incidents might be due to education, law enforcement awareness, expert says.

An intense rainstorm floods the mall on campus of the University of Arizona.

Tucson Recorded 1.59 Inches of Rain in June, Second Most

Rainfall total for month topped 1 inch two other times, including record 2.07 in 1938.

$1M Pledge Keeps Arizona Theatre Company Operating

Nonprofit says businessman's pledge allows extended fundraising to July 15.

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