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Tucson cutting, but not canceling, recycling pickup

The curbside recycling service will be reduced to every other week, and the city expects to save $1.4 million a year.

Sewer repairs around Tucson to impact traffic

The majority of the repairs will last from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5, but some projects will finish up in November.

TUSD receives largest donation of clothes for students and families

800 boxes of brand-new clothes were donated for distribution to students.

City of Tucson seeks input on bike boulevard projects

Staffers from the city's Department of Transportation will be holding multiple events to generate design ideas.

Regents approve $60K in bonuses for UA President Robbins

The board says Robbins earned the incentives by achieving significant goals.

El Tour's new CEO shares her vision for the race’s future

Charlene Grabowski joined the organization two months ago.

Tucson youth will hold a climate rally on Friday

Students are holding a rally in downtown Tucson to push for action on climate change, joining similar global events this week.

Senate candidate Kelly says US can lower prescription drug prices

The Democrat told Tucson residents that health care can be improved incrementally.

Pima County rejects age increase for tobacco purchases

Retailers and anti-tobacco advocates opposed it for several reasons.

Regents say funding proposal preps Arizona for tech-driven economy

The budget request would set Arizona up to compete successfully in a changing economic landscape, the board chair says.

Green Party's Mike Cease on his priorities in Tucson's mayoral race

Cease is the only candidate to support the sanctuary city initiative.

What's on the horizon for Rio Nuevo in Tucson

Chair Fletcher McCusker reflects on the multipurpose district's 20-year history in the city.

It's always bat night at the Mission Garden.

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UA Special Collections: Preserving the Stories

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The TUSD's ongoing debate about expanding sex education; Is there any hope left for the 2019 monsoon?; and has Arizona's "stupid motorist law" increased flash flood safety?

Ed Ackerley on why he believes an independent can be Tucson’s next mayor

The advertising executive explains his campaign's strategy and message to voters.

Roundtable: Pima Dems & GOP chairs on Tucson's election

Their views on the sanctuary city initiative and candidates for mayor.

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