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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.

Senate committee OKs Magnus for customs chief

The Senate Finance Committee voted 15-13 on Wednesday to advance the Tucson police chief's nomination.

Tucson voters raise minimum wage

Unofficial results show 60% of voters approved the wage hike.

Tucson voters decide on minimum wage, city council members

Dahl elected as Kozachik, Fimbres sails to reelection.

The 13th Annual Haunted Halloween Show

On this year's show: A Tucson teen reads from the young adult classic "The Westing Game"; paranormal investigator Debe Branning on her book "Arizona's Haunted Route 66", and The Rogue Theatre presents Oscar Wilde's "The Canterbury Ghost"!

Mail ballots no later than Wednesday for local elections, officials say

More than 58,000 Tucson voters have already cast ballots in the municipal election.

City department takes input on housing affordability plan

The Housing and Community Development Department will hold two meetings to take public comment.

Pima County administrator hospitalized

Chuck Huckelberry was hit by a vehicle Saturday.

$1.7M in Air Force funds go to Central Tucson PFAS project

Efforts to address the water contaminates via the project began in 2020.

The 91-year-old Fox Tucson Theatre is ready to sing again.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Invisible Theatre celebrates 50 years of performing arts magic; and the photographic vision of Sama Alshaibi.

Tucson city council approves ordinance for more casitas

The new code will go into effect next month.

City of Tucson announces leader of Housing First effort

The Housing First model tries to get people experiencing homelessness into housing before it attends to their other needs.

Tucson city council tells employees to get vaccinated by December or face firing

Pima County will required COVID-19 vaccinations for employees who interact with medically vulnerable people.

Pima County supervisors appoint Stahl Hamilton to fill Senate vacancy

Stahl Hamilton will fill the Legislative District 10 seat vacated by fellow Tucson Democrat Kirsten Engel.

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