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Mexican tomato growers make new offer; florida growers unmoved

With negotiations at an apparent impasse, Southern Arizona’s massive produce import industry is on edge.

Discussion Looks to Future Colorado River Negotiations

With the drought contingency plan on the books, water leaders are starting to think about what's next.

Arizona Lawmakers Wade Into Tomato Fight

State lawmakers are defending Arizona's agriculture industry

Finding Common Ground with "One Small Step"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Free speech debate on campus; "I Dream in Widescreen Returns"; and thoughts on kindness from the Mission Garden.

Drought, Mudslides Drive Central American Migrants North

Climate change impacts are exacerbating pre-existing crises that lead to out-migration, a Tucson-based journalist says.

Challenges Facing Arizona Farmers as Need to Conserve Water Intensifies

A discussion with UA Cooperative Extension's Jeff Silvertooth.

Senate Committee Approves $20M for Pinal Wells

The proposal was revived after being killed in the House.

Music from the Heart in "American Mariachi"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How NAMI and the Mission Garden are growing wellness in Tucson; and author Alice Hatcher reads her "Love Letter to My Library"

Genetically Engineered Cotton No Guarantee of Healthy Harvest

A UA scientist says certain insects are striking back against pest-control measures.

Author Sees Food Systems as a Way to Unite People

Tucson resident says communities across the country are joining forces for the common good.

Making "Cloud Soup"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How changing your address may impact your voting status; What is AVATAR, and how might it change the science of telling truth from fiction?; and Pima County Gardeners mark 35 years of helping Arizona grow.

Arizona Company Recalls More Beef Over Salmonella Fears

The USDA says all the products in question have been removed from stores, but may still be in people's freezers.

Rillito Foundation Offers 30 Internships With UA Agriculture College

Students have the opportunity to gain experience in various business roles.

Arizona Town Condemns Coyote-Killing Contest

Dewey-Humboldt joins other governments by condemning the practice.

Mission Garden Builds Kitchen to Share Tucson's Food History

The agricultural heritage museum's new kitchen passed its first inspection.

Study: Tomato Imports Lead to Billions Of Dollars, Thousands Of Jobs

Researchers found that produce grown elsewhere has a big impact on the U.S. economy.

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