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TUSD board member Bruce Burke on his return to the district

The retired attorney previously served from 2003-2010.

Tucson Mayor-elect Regina Romero lays out immediate priorities

What she hopes to accomplish during her first 180 days in office.

Journalists roundtable unpacks Tucson’s election results

Our panel discusses the next mayor's agenda and the failure of the sanctuary city initiative.

Tucson election analysis, Mayor-elect Regina Romero, new TUSD board member

A journalists roundtable offers insight into the defeat of the sanctuary city initiative.

Defense attorney discusses border corruption cases

Sean Chapman has represented multiple agents accused of wrongdoing.

How the FBI investigates corruption at the border

A discussion with special agent Adam Radtke.

Wider repercussions stemming from spike in cartel violence

One expert described the recent the attacks as "unprecedented.'

Investigation underway into mass grave outside Rocky Point

A discussion with KJZZ's Murphy Woodhouse about the early findings.

Nonprofit helping migrants sees shift in demographics

The Kino Border Initiative operates an aid center in Nogales, Sonora.

Aiding migrants in Sonora, cartel violence, investigating corruption

Plus, we learn more about the discovery of a mass grave on the outskirts of Rocky Point.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild reflects on two terms in office

What he sees as his accomplishments and ongoing issues facing the city of Tucson.

Slow broadband speeds challenge Tohono O'odham Community College

People living on tribal lands or in rural areas have underserved broadband needs across Arizona.

What is 5G and how will it transform our cellular networks?

A discussion with the UA College of Engineering's Ravi Tandon.

More small cell poles coming to Tucson

The poles enhance provider networks, but some carry 5G capabilities.

What data can tell us about Southern Arizona’s economic well-being

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U.S. Census Bureau hiring across state for 2020 census

That includes more than 50,000 temporary positions in Arizona.

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