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Tucson voters to decide on minimum wage, council seats and pay raise for city leaders

Ballots will go out to Tucson voters in early October. This week, The Buzz takes a closer look at the questions on those ballots.

How is Proposition 207 impacting Arizona?

The Buzz examines marijuana legalization, from the criminal justice system to tax revenue.

Statewide emergency rental assistance lags while Pima County outperforms most of the country

A D.C. nonprofit found the state of Arizona has distributed less than 10% of its federal funds, while Pima County is closing in on 80%.

Monsoon season's toll on Southern Arizona roads

Following months of monsoon activity, roadways throughout the region are undergoing repair.

Learning in an era of digital classrooms

Amanda Tashjian, of the University of Arizona College of Education, offers insight on best practices for adapting in school and at home.

Arizona AG says Tucson vaccine mandate is illegal

Reporter Nicole Ludden from the Arizona Daily Star on what the announcement means for local governments.

From afar, Afghans in Tucson watch US withdrawal

Afghans in Tucson discuss the community they have found in the area and the future of the country where their families still reside.

Back to school during a pandemic in Sunnyside USD

Superintendent Steve Holmes tells Tony Paniagua how the district has managed despite the ongoing pandemic.

Where do the tens of thousands of people in Arizona's prisons fit in redistricting?

As Arizona prepares to redraw the boundaries of its political districts, some argue stuffing districts with prisons can be its own kind of gerrymandering.

Atifa Rawan on Afghanistan

Atifa Rawan, an Afghan American and UA Library Sciences professor emerita, shares insight on her upbringing in Afghanistan and her most recent work in the region.

What does the US withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for the Middle East?

Daniel Rothenberg, ASU professor of practice in School of Politics and Global Studies and Co-Director of the Center on the Future of War, talks to Arizona 360.

How the child tax credit is impacting Arizonans

Georgina Monsalvo, the Arizona Organizing Director for Stand for Children Arizona, talks to Arizona 360 about the program.

Building through a pandemic

Habitat for Humanity, a longtime organization dedicated to supporting families in Arizona, has continued to meet housing needs despite the pandemic.

Arizona's economy navigates the pandemic

Professor and economist George Hammond from UA Eller College of Management analyzes the states latest economic trends.

Afghanistan, child tax credit, and Arizona's economy

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360

How students are responding after a school year of remote learning

The Buzz talks with educators about the work that remains to keep kids learning, and emotionally and physically healthy.

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