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For DACA, new ruling and immigration services notice bring new hope

A Friday order ushers in a new opportunity for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants barred from the program since 2017.

Tucson rolling out, taking applications for free wireless internet

The grant-funded free internet access is for those affected by COVID-19.

Tucson council reverses redistricting vote

The council voted to keep a west-side precinct in Ward 1.

UA to require mandatory COVID-19 testing

The university will roll out a new test in January.

Casino del Sol closing for the holidays

The casino, along with Casino of the Sun, will be closed from Dec. 7 to Jan. 2.

How long does it take to spread COVID-19? Health experts say it depends

Arizona saw another sharp rise in cases Friday as Tucson's citywide curfew begins.

Ongoing challenges facing Tucson as 2021 nears

The pandemic continues to strain small businesses and nonprofits.

"A Traveler’s Guide to Geriatrica: A Journey into the Changing Land of Aging”

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Why Tucson's "Dancing Man" does what he does; Chris Dashiell looks at three standout selections from the virtual Tucson Cine Mexico Film Festival; and the unlikely return of the drive-in theatre.

State of the City: 'Resilient,' according to Mayor Romero

Tucson’s mayor delivers her first State of the City address.

Banner Health predicts full hospitals in one week

Facilities will exceed capacity soon as COVID-19 surges.

Tucson mayor and City Council approve mandatory curfew

The nightly curfew will take effect on Friday evening at 10 p.m.

Tucson mayor recommends mandatory curfew

The City Council will meet Tuesday to vote on a curfew and economic relief.

Passengers head to Tucson airport despite travel warnings

The airport estimates 6,000 to 7,400 passengers passed through the terminal Wednesday.

"Missing in Brooks County" captures perseverance and tragedy from the U.S. / Mexico border.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Live Theater Worksop's outdoor drive-in stage experience "Having Our Say"; and some intricate acoustic swing from The Django Shredders.

Banner forecast to exceed hospital capacity next week

Officials are urging Arizonans to adjust Thanksgiving plans.

Overcoming Post-Election Partisan Hostility

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The VOTE Program uses conversation to defuse political conflict, and a pair of personal reflections on Election 2020 from Adiba Nelson and Fenton Johnson.

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