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Education notebook: 'Flexibility' in return to AZ classrooms, on-site learning spaces required

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

Analysis shows how Trump's census change would impact Congress

The Pew Research Center used 2017 data to estimate how many undocumented people are in each state.

Work starts on new section of border wall in national wildlife refuge

North-Dakota-based Fisher Sand and Gravel has broken ground on a $1.3 billion project in southeast Arizona.

Voting deadlines approaching in Pima County

Time is limited to cast an early ballot for the Aug. 4 primary election.

Back to school, one step at a time

Teachers, school administrators and elected officials weigh how to safely return to school.

'A worst-case scenario': Leaks, dust, water pumping and drought plague Quitobaquito

Border-hugging spring and its pond are sacred to Hia C-ed O'odham and the Tohono O'odham communities

Daily news roundup: Back-to-school plans, Arizona COVID-19 deaths pass 3,000

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, July 23.

University of Arizona officially announces in-person classes

Officials said that could change if COVID-19 spikes.

UA expands antibody test

Participants can also opt in to yearlong immunity study.

Composer Steve Roach believes "The music is the medicine".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the podcast "Epilogue" tells the story of one woman's suicide, and the family she left behind; plus a very short story about love adrift at sea by Aurelie Sheehan.

Epidemiologist: The goal for COVID-19 testing is speed and access, not absolute numbers

Delays to Arizonans getting test results make it hard to conduct effective contact tracing.

Weekly Arizona unemployment numbers set another record

First-time and continuing claims maintain their climb in Arizona.

Tucson mayor and City Council approve city budget, leaving police funding nearly flat

During the public hearing the majority of the speakers asked the council to defund the police and use the money for social services.

Poll: Most Arizona voters support legalizing marijuana

A new poll puts support at more than 60% of likely voters.

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