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Tucson receives federal grant to develop green jobs and infrastructure plan

The city worked with a coalition of nonprofits, universities and other organizations to write the proposal.

City invites non-profits and businesses to apply for COVID-19 relief program grants

The money will go towards affordable housing, workforce development and other projects.

Senate confirms Tucson police chief to lead Customs and Border Protection

Deputy Chief Chad Kasmar will take the top job at the Tucson Police Department.

"Reservation Dogs" has found a global audience, and castmember Jon Proudstar knows why.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How much difference can 2 degrees make in terms of our water table? Plus, Ann Hampton Callaway sings songs that moved a generation!

Pima County sues the City of Tucson over water

The suit is the result of a policy regarding water prices.

City to take comment on affordable housing plan

The plan includes federal funding and plans for the coming city budget.

Tucson airport expecting more than 60,000 travelers in Thanksgiving week

Number of passengers is just shy of pre-pandemic levels.

El Tour de Tucson Returns

The popular event is Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021 after the pandemic forced a cancellation last year.

City of Tucson partners with Department of Defense to recruit staff

The program helps service members transition out of the military and pays their salaries for up to six months.

Lydia Jennings, PhD: “Run to Be Visible”.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The meaning behind the sacred Muslim month of Rabiʽ al-Awwal; and multi-faceted artist To-Reè-Neè Wolf

Blood donations in southern Arizona remain low heading into the holidays

Medical experts worry the shortage could cause a slowdown in patient care

180 city workers still not fully vaccinated

City prepares to terminate non-compliant employees.

Tucson votes down proposal to raise pay for mayor, council

A final tally shows turnout in the election was around 32%.

Tucson election ends with a sweep for Democrats and a higher minimum wage

The Buzz examines the results of the city’s election and what the process could mean for the future of the city’s politics.

Celebrating Diwali, the Hindu "Festival of Lights".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "Molly of Denali" begins a second season on PBS Kids; and Chris Dashiell looks back at the cinematic history of Judge Roy Bean.

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