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Event Horizon telescope eyes new targets in deep space

UA-backed team of radio astronomers captured the image of another black hole

Arizona reports 3,247 new cases of COVID-19

University of Arizona aims to ramp up testing as students return to campus.

Governor taps new leader for health department; Carmona to serve as advisor

Dr. Cara Christ, face of state's pandemic response, will step down Aug. 27.

The Rogue Theatre presents "A White Heron".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Bisbee Bloomers' annual garden tour returns; and remembering drumming legend Charlie Watts.

Robbins 'frustrated' at student vaccine hesitancy

UA president will not restart vaccine site on campus

UA welcomes largest incoming class yet

Monday is the first day of the semester from UA students and with it comes a few record breaking statistics.

Legal settlement is a win for Pascua Yaqui voting rights.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Understanding Lewy Body Dementia; and remembering NPR broadcaster Neal Conan through his love of comic books.

Ducey, local governments continue to spar over mandates

Tucson, Pima County, UA leaders all push back.

UA requiring masks indoors, but campus groups have other concerns about risks

The Coalition for Academic Justice at the University of Arizona says the campus community should have more input in the UA's response to the pandemic.

University of Arizona will require masks indoors

ASU, NAU also announce mask requirements amid rising number of COVID-19 cases statewide.

UA to open with in-person classes

Arizona requirements keep the university from mandating vaccines and masks.

Tumamoc Hill closed next week for maintenance

The popular recreation spot will close Monday night and reopen next weekend.

UA re-evaluating how the school semester will begin

UA official says how the university will start the year depends on COVID-19 transmission data.

How to have a conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine

UA grad assistant hosts online discussion

Arizona professor will lead NASA project to locate menacing objects near Earth

An infrared telescope will track any asteroids that one day could crash into the planet

Political spotlight pushes Arizona voters into independents

The number of people who do not prefer either major party is growing.

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