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How redistricting could reshape Arizona's political landscape

This week, The Buzz examines the state's redistricting process and how it could change politics in Southern Arizona.

Employers struggle to find staff while job seekers get better offers

Some job seekers are reevaluating what they want from a job in light of the pandemic, and strapped employers are obliging.

State says 87 ZIP codes disproportionately impacted by past marijuana laws

The list includes 87 ZIP codes, covering much of South Tucson as well as tribal lands across the state.

College athletes and the business of sports

The Buzz examines the NCAA's new policy allowing college athletes to get paid for the use of their name, image or likeness.

On the streets with the Tucson police homeless outreach unit

Launched in January, the three-officer unit partners with social services.

How the pandemic has changed the face of homelessness in Tucson

"Reducing visibility doesn't change homelessness," says says Jason Thorpe, from the City of Tucson Housing and Community Development Department.

Tucson revamps one of its oldest city parks

After years of concerns about safety, Anza Park gets an overhaul

Arizona heads into flu season

Public health experts say this year’s flu season activity is currently low but caution numbers may increase as we head into the fall.

Court blocks controversial Arizona laws on masks in schools

The law was set to take effect in late September.

Homelessness in Tucson, flu season and Anza Park

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360.

How the monsoon season impacted life in Southern Arizona, from wildfires to bugs

The National Weather Service said the monsoon season was the third-wettest that Tucson has seen since 1895, and it followed an exceptionally dry year.

University of Arizona, Pascua Yaqui Tribe commit to partnering in Yaqui education

A new intergovernmental agreement covers many aspirational goals, like the formation of an independent K-12 school system for the tribe.

'Injustice has us here': In Nogales, faith leaders, migrant families call for an end to pandemic-era protocol, Title 42

18 months after the CDC protocol was enacted, migrants say they're COVID tested and vaccinated, but still waiting for asylum.

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%.

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