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The Drum & The Story: "Why the Owl Flies at Night"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A Closer Look at Arizona's Electoral College; Saying Farewell to 2016 with Stories of Loss and Hope; Video Game Nostalgia at the Holidays.

Snow collects on cactus on Tucson's northwest side.

White Christmas? Yes in Mountains, No in Tucson

Saturday storm will drop rain in valley, up to 9 inches of snow above 4,000 feet.

Brick-Mortar Stores Still Busy in Age of Internet Shopping

Retail shops see rush once it's too late for delivery of online shopping orders.

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With Christmas Sunday, Governments Closed Monday

Public safety agencies will be working; all others have day off; trash collection delayed.

Year-End: Hart to Step Down, Other Big Education Stories

Higher Education Reporter Vanessa Barchfield discusses UA, K-12, funding.

The logo for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Tucson Food Bank Experiencing 'Unprecedented' Demand

CEO Michael McDonald says layoffs, economic uncertainty hurting most vulnerable.

Pima Community College Downtown Campus

Sanctions at Pima College Likely to be Extended 6 Months

College had hoped to return to full accreditation; accreditor team cites one area of concern.

A solar panel at the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Parish and School.

Solar Rate Decision Sets Showdown over TEP Rate Case

Issue now has ramifications for solar installers and utility customers.

Scientists collect fish for the annual Santa Cruz River count.

Fish Thriving - Guess Where? - in Santa Cruz River Near Tucson

Improved water quality from treatment plants provides year-round flow.

Tucson International Airport.

Holidays Mean Busy Airports, Highways in Arizona

AAA estimates 1.9 million Arizonans will travel before the new year.

The Tucson City Council meets Dec. 2 after swearing in reelected members Karin Uhlich, Richard Fimbres and Steve Kozachik. Councilman Paul Cunningham is absent.

Tucson 'Immigrant Friendly,' But Not 'Sanctuary,' Mayor Says

City Council votes 7-0 to reaffirm city's status, offers forum for where people can get help.

A 25-panel rooftop solar power array.

Arizona Solar Rates Reduced for New Rooftop Installations

Corporation commission votes 4-1 favoring state's big power companies.

Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

It's Official: Tucson Will Ask Voters for Higher Sales Tax

Council votes unanimously to hold May special election on half-cent measure.

Soup kitchen workers hand out food to the homeless.

HUD to Provide $37M to Fight Homelessness in Arizona

$8M of that coming to Tucson and Pima County for 31 agencies.

2,100 Expected for Annual Christmas Street Banquet

Tucson's Gospel Rescue Mission will serve 700 pounds of turkey and trimmings.

Tucson City Council voted to ask Sun Tran management to "make every effort" to end the strike immediately on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2016.

Tucson Politicians: Push Is on to Be Immigrant Friendly City

City Council will vote on resolution, stopping short of calling city a sanctuary.

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