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Homelessness in Tucson, flu season and Anza Park

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360.

Sonia Manzano created a neighborhood of her own for "Alma's Way".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson literary pioneers Alva B. Torres and Lydia Otero share stories and friendship; and author Larry Dane Brimner

Arizona reports 55 more deaths, toll passes 20K milestone

Arizona currently is 11th highest among states in the number of COVID-19 deaths since the pandemic began, and sixth in the number of deaths per 100,000 population.

How the monsoon season impacted life in Southern Arizona, from wildfires to bugs

The National Weather Service said the monsoon season was the third-wettest that Tucson has seen since 1895, and it followed an exceptionally dry year.

As second immigration reform measure is rejected, activists in Arizona look to Democratic leadership

The parliamentarian of the U.S. Senate rejected a second version of immigration reform put forward by Congressional Democrats this week.

City of Tucson adds five new electric buses to fleet

City officials said it is part of a push to cut carbon emissions.

Episode 297: Building an infrastructure to help scientists handle big data

A University of Arizona-invented program enables scientists around the world to access and manage big data sets.

Tucson gets new flight to Los Angeles area via budget airline

The new flights will start this coming holiday season.

Glassman runs for attorney general

The former Tucson City Councilman is in the Republican primary.

AZPM Airs Alma's Way on PBS Kids Starting October 4 in English and Spanish

New episodes air Monday-Thursday at 8:30 AM starting Monday, October 4.

After stalling, Tucson police chief's nomination for customs commissioner will move ahead

Chris Magnus’ nomination hearing to become Customs and Border Protection’s next commissioner stalled shortly after it was announced last spring.

If You Love Potatoes, Tomatoes Or Chocolate Thank Indigenous Latin American Cultures

As the country celebrates all things Latino, we think it's time to show some culinary appreciation for some of the tastiest foods indigenous to Latin America.

State stopped key groundwater monitoring, auditor general says

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality has failed for years to monitor groundwater for pesticides and other contaminants, review found.

Imposter Syndrome makes accomplished people feel like frauds

The phenomenon causes chronic self-doubt and creates problems in the office.

Arizona high court allows school mask ban ruling to stand

The Arizona Supreme Court won't immediately reinstate a series of new laws, including one that block schools from requiring masks.

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