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Preview Tucson Cine Mexico 2019!

Also: March is National Kidney Month, hear the story of a Tucson woman whose family is coping with a serious hereditary kidney disease; and how Edie Jarolim found family history next door to Sigmund Freud.

Tucson Mulls No-Car Days on Sentinel Peak Road

A cyclist was killed on the popular road last fall.

Tucson City Council Votes to Take E-Scooters for a Spin

A dockless electric scooter pilot program was approved to start later this summer.

Elephant Birth on the Horizon at Reid Park Zoo

29-year-old Semba to give birth to her fourth calf in spring 2020.

Ina Road Opens Over I-10 After Two-Year Closure

It will be a couple more weeks before drivers can merge onto Interstate 10 from Ina Road.

Music from the Heart in "American Mariachi"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How NAMI and the Mission Garden are growing wellness in Tucson; and author Alice Hatcher reads her "Love Letter to My Library"

Tucson's Banner Health Hospitals Connecting Uninsured Patients to Services

The advisers will register patients for Medicaid and other low-income programs.

E-Scooters Likely to Roll Out on Tucson Streets This Summer

Tucson City Council voted to revisit the final draft of the electric scooter pilot program.

Tucson-Area School Districts Opting for AzMERIT Alternatives

Tanque Verde, Flowing Wells and Tucson Unified School District are dropping the AZMerit test.

Discovering "Unapologetic Beauty"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An artist finds her dream job in the wilderness; and, part 2 of a discussion on "The Insect Apocalypse".

Tucson Professionals Raise Funds for 'Hygiene Pantry'

The project will provide free toiletries to Tucson Unified School District students and their families.

Tucson Water Filters Out Firefighting Chemicals

The director said the solution used existing filters to reduce perfluorinated compounds.

Tucson Council Moves Up Date for New HAWK Pedestrian Crossings

Two pedestrian-activated crosswalks will go in a year ahead of schedule.

Kwame Alexander's Love Affair with Words

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Charles J. Babbitt's new guide for birding in Arizona; and, what's happening to planet Earth's insects?

Red Cross Looks to States Like Arizona for Critical Blood Donations

Cold temperatures nationally led to canceled appointments, but donors in Arizona and California may save the day.

An Unusual Tucson Sight: Snow in the City

While multiple feet blanketed the mountains, flakes were falling on the city Friday morning.

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