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Tucson will help essential workers buy homes

The program builds off of a current city and county program.

Tucson teachers earn less than teachers in similar Western cities

A study by University of Arizona economists shows teacher salaries in Tucson aren’t keeping up with the nation or even Western cities comparable in size or cost of living

"I Dream in Widescreen 2022" is a feast for the mind's eye.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How a lone graduate student provides top-notch COVID date from Sonora; Live Theatre Workshop's "Body Awareness" initiates some challenging conversations; and Wiley Ray and his Big O Band spread the legacy of Roy Orbison.

The past and future of Tucson's film industry

As lawmakers consider an incentive program to draw more film productions to Arizona, The Buzz examines the industry's role in Tucson.

Arizona hits record low unemployment, but Tucson lags in jobs recovery

The state also recorded one of the highest quit rates in the country.

Tucson willing to give up some Colorado River water

The Mayor and Council are looking at how to take stress off Lake Powell and Lake Mead.

City encourages employees and public to bike to work

Friday is National Bike to Work Day.

No charges for TPD officer in parking lot fight

The Pima County Attorney’s office said there is not enough evidence to charge.

High pollution advisory for Tucson on Friday

Pima County officials are encouraging anyone especially sensitive to ozone to avoid physical exertion outside until 6 p.m.

Stamp Out Hunger food drive coming this Saturday in Tucson

The food bank is asking residents to leave out long-lasting food for mail carriers to pick up.

Biomedical engineers sneak medicines past immune system

University of Arizona researchers are developing ways to target medication more efficiently to fight disease.

Virgina Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway" at The Rogue Theatre.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Susan Cummins Miller on "Making Silent Stones Sing"; Adiba Nelson tells how her journey to "Ain't That a Mother" began; and what Naya Arbiter built in our community.

Tucson brings in few affordable housing programs through federal tax credits

Officials say the city is at a disadvantage for the competitive program.

Masks no longer required on public transportation in Tucson

SunTran pointed out that while masks are no longer required, the CDC still recommends public transit riders wear masks.

Tucson voters to decide on keeping sales tax for roads

Proposition 411 would continue an existing sales tax in place for ten years, raising an estimated $740 million to improve roads, bike paths and more.

Regulators approve rate increase for Tucson Electric Power customers

Tucson Electric Power customers will see their monthly bills go up by about four dollars on average.

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