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By Latinos, for Latinos, Amistades Receives $500,000 grant from EPA for climate justice initiative

Justicia Juntos or Justice Together, looks to raise awareness and provide education on climate resilience.

Tucson City Council not ready to call for Gaza ceasefire

Councilmembers held a study session discussion on a potential ceasefire resolution on Tuesday.

There is hope for the homeless at Sister Josè Women's Center.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The holistic housing approach of "I Am You 360"; and 10-Minute Dramas returns with "It's Saturday".

Arizona’s Clean Tech Boom: $90 billion invested, ‘thousands of jobs created'

Driving innovation and employment growth in the fight against climate change

Progress is slow for Tucson’s housing assistance

Experts said more federal funding is needed to close the housing gap.

We call it our Field of Dreams: Traveling across distances and time for sports

Will UA fans make the trip to their new Big 12 rival cities? Also, baseball played by the original rules.

Post renovation, The Marroney Theatre offers more than ever.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "All In for Autism 2024" is about sharing resources and building community; Chris Dashiell reviews the documentary "Body Parts"; and a 5th grader's emotional song for her mother.

TPD officer dies after driver crashes into patrol car with sirens on, police chief says

Community members and other officers gave first aid and CPR to the officer before paramedics took him to Banner-University Medical Center.

Invasive Plant is Causing Concern in the Sonoran Desert

South African native can flourish in Central and Southern Arizona

The Buzz: A longtime City Council member steps down

Steve Kozachik has been a known quantity on the council for more than a decade. He now leaves for a job that mirrors his past career.

TUSD looks to reallocate $3.5 million out of its desegregation plan

The proposed changes come as the district looks to retain roles that were funded by pandemic era aid.

The mutual respect is there: The intersection between athletes and music

We hear from a professional opera singer who was also an All-American football player in college.

NAMIWALKS invites the community to show support for mental wellness.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The sounds of a world gone by are being celebrated by a band called Piffaro; and a celebrating of creative writing returns to Cochise College.

"Víctimas del Pecado" makes a powerful return to the silver screen.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How Stories Change Lives - Social Venture Partners "Fast Pitch" offers opportunities for local non-profits; and Mel Blumenthal shares a story about being sneaky on a German train.

The Buzz: Bidding farewell to the A-10

As the longtime Air Force planes move from Davis Monthan to the Boneyard, we look at their legacy.

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