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Episode 128: Finalist for UA President Visits Campus

Plus, U.S. refugee ban's effect in Tucson; immigration advice at the Mexican consulate.

After the Bomb Scare

How safe do Jews feel in Tucson?

Tucson House Flipping Down in 2016

Lack of foreclosures, lack of inventory hurts flippers' ability to 'buy low.'

Downtown Tucson Gentrification Presents Complexities

City not seeing a mass displacement of lower-income residents, analyst says.

Pima College Freed of Sanctions Threatening Accreditation

School was under notice for the last four years to take corrective action.

UA President Finalist Robbins: 'Hold Me Accountable'

He meets Tucson officials, campus community; next, contract negotiations.

Tucson Islamic Center Hosts Middle Schoolers' Discussion

Goal of next week's conversation: Bridge differences, find commonalities.

NAFTA Could Be Under the Knife by the End of This Year

Rewrite of 25-year-old agreement possible under Trump administration.

Best Pet for Sonora? Desert Tortoises Up for Adoption

Nearly 100 captive-born tortoises up for adoption to homes in Sonoran Desert.

Streetcar Rides, Revenues, Keep Picking Up Steam

Ridership is up 10 percent above the daily goal.

Interviews for UA President Monday; Announcement Wednesday

Two candidates will meet with regents in private session before finalist selected.

80,000 Pima County Adults Don't Have Diploma or GED

Arizona Adult Literacy Week celebrates those who've worked to overcome literacy challenges.

Book Festival Volunteers 'Engine Behind Program'

Small army of 1,500 does variety of tasks, including escorting authors, assembling tents and staffing info desks.

Mexican Consulates Offer Free Legal Help to Their Citizens in US

Many Mexicans in country legally fear deportation and other problems.

Episode 127: What's Next for Tucson Unified Schools?

District needs superintendent, interview with U.S. Rep. Martha McSally and more.

Frederick Douglass Celebrated Onstage

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The imperilled future of Bears Ears National Monument; and Tucson author Edie Jarolim shares travel adventures in new book.

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