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Tucson Mayor and City Council approve mandatory curfew

The nightly curfew will take effect on Friday evening at 10:00 pm

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.

Child care scholarships available for Tucson and South Tucson families

The scholarships can be applied to past due child care bills, registration fees and ongoing tuition.

A look at how zoning shapes Tucson development

Zoning is increasingly at the heart of conversations around housing affordability and environmental sustainability.

The TusCon Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention goes virtual.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Stories That Soar!" brings a 2nd grade writer's story to life; and author Benjamin Lorr talks about his book "The Secret Life of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarket".

Dia de los Muertos altar honors COVID-19 victims in Pima County

Almost 6,000 have died of the disease statewide, including more than 600 in Pima County.

Tucson Council asks UA to test all students

President Robbins says it's not possible now.

Relocation raises Tucson's profile in fashion industry

WOW Studios is leaving Seattle for downtown Tucson.

UA officials worried about holidays

COVID-19 numbers are dropping on campus and are not to blame for a local increase in numbers.

Different perspectives at the Tucson Desert Art Museum.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An essay about mortality in the time of COVID-19; and a dash of audio madness from the youth of the Scamp Radio (1/2) Hour.

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