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What new census data reveals about a changing Arizona

Researcher Jason Jurjevich explains what the census reveals about changing demographics and growth in the state.

Small businesses face ongoing challenges from COVID-19 pandemic

Businesses face new uncertainty with Delta variant on the rise.

Pima County health director on COVID-19 booster shots, outbreaks in schools

The CDC recommended those with compromised immune systems get a third vaccine booster shot.

Arizona farmers prepare for water cuts

A third-generation farmer fears for the long-term sustainability of farming in Arizona.

Why employers can require masks and vaccines among workers

A discussion with Tucson labor attorney Barney Holtzman.

UA requiring masks indoors, but campus groups have other concerns about risks

The Coalition for Academic Justice at the University of Arizona says the campus community should have more input in the UA's response to the pandemic.

With moratorium in place, how eviction cases are processed in court

Plus, new legal resources available to tenants in Pima County facing eviction.

Pima County warns overdose deaths on the rise, fentanyl accounts for over half

Health officials say the pandemic is partially responsible for a rise in substance misuse.

Opponents: prop raising Tucson’s min wage would burden small businesses

The Tucson Metro Chamber has come out against the Tucson Minimum Wage Act.

Proponents: raising Tucson’s min wage to $15 about offering living wage

The group Tucson Fight for $15 is leading the charge.

City of Tucson buying properties to expand transitional housing

Tony Paniagua spoke to one mother who is utilizing the new program.

What eviction ban extension means for Pima County renters, landlords

The moratorium continues through October in areas with high COVID-19 transmission rates.

Concerns about delta variant loom over new school year

Experts and community leaders continue to encourage eligible people get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Monsoon’s arrival delivers record rainfall in Tucson

More than seven inches of rain fell in July.

Tucson Police resume active killer trainings after pandemic pause

Plus, Arizona Daily Star reporter Caitlin Schmidt discusses the events that led up to a mass shooting on July 18.

How to encourage children to follow COVID safety measures

Advice from pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Wassim Ballan.

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