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Tucson city budget town hall: community safety

City officials say they want to hear how the public would allocate the budget for services like policing and housing.

As more move to Arizona, what “smart growth” looks like

A discussion with Arizona Republic digital opinions editor Joanna Allhands.

Homebuilding company planning two new communities in Marana, Vail

Combined, the developments will add more than 200 homes to the Tucson metro.

Advocates concerned about expiring federal eviction moratorium

A moratorium issued by the CDC is set to expire at the end of March.

Conversation with health expert in the Navajo Nation about COVID-19

The head of the Navajo Department of Health also talks about her experiences advising then President-elect Joe Biden on COVID-19.

Pandemic puts added pressures on Tucson’s homeless and impoverished

We see how volunteers and nonprofit leaders are doing their part to help.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe secures federal grant for water pipeline

The nonpotable water project would free up 50 acre-feet of drinking water for the tribe each year.

Eviction protections for renters set to expire at the end of the year

Two dozen Southern Arizona homelessness service organizations have asked Gov. Doug Ducey to protect renters facing eviction.

Arizona realtors see steady demand as state grows population

Eric Gibbs of the Arizona Association of Realtors discusses current trends.

Downtown development renews scrutiny of economic incentives and community preservation

A tax incentive helped revitalize Tucson’s downtown, but some residents say it also threatens to push them out.

A look at how zoning shapes Tucson development

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

Homeowners who avoid wildfire damage can find themselves in new flood zone

Even long after the flames of a wildfire are gone, those who live nearby face a serious increase in the threat of flooding.

Homes complicate Arizona wildfire response

Development in Arizona's wildlands is making fires more expensive, and in some cases, more difficult to prevent.

Tucson to stick with development tax incentive, but changes coming

A series of public meetings will guide changes to the GPLET.

Report: Arizona had highest ‘housing loss’ rate; more evictions coming

Trends in Arizona do not bode well for the fall, experts said, as drivers of housing loss are are amplified by the pandemic.

Tucson mayor and council rethinking development tax incentives

The mayor and council on Wednesday delayed the renewal of the city's central business district.

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