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Because of the pandemic, traditionally reliable locations are no longer accessible.

Pima County libraries reopen with new coronavirus protocols

Browsing and lounging is no longer allowed.

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Hospital leaders raise concerns about coronavirus case uptick and capacity

Christopher Conover heard from leaders at Banner Health and the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association.

UA researcher: Arizona seeing second wave of COVID-19

A discussion with Dr. Joe Gerald, who monitors coronavirus data released by the state.

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The role of civility in bridging racial divides

A discussion with the National Institute for Civil Discourse's Keith Allred.

What history can tell us about the power of protest

A discussion with UA sociology professor Jennifer Earl.

TPD chief discusses curfew, racial injustice and police reform

Christopher Conover hears from Chief Chris Magnus and Mayor Regina Romero.

Protests in Tucson, nationwide, shine spotlight on systemic racism

A discussion with community organizers and Black Lives Matter Tucson member Lola Rainey.

Black Lives Matter, policing protests, civil discourse

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What’s the right way to wear a mask, and are gloves necessary?

Banner-University Medical Center's director of infection prevention clarifies the proper protocols.

Understanding loan options available through the Small Business Administration

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Shorter hours and masks required as longtime Tucson retailer reopens stores

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Tucson printing company sees opportunity in new demand for splash guards

Manufacturing the guards helps offset other losses caused by the pandemic.

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