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Measuring Loneliness

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "See Me Serene" can add free positivity to your phone; The Copper Center expands online and in the desert,

Tucson nurses advocate for optimal staffing during car procession

Unionized nurses at St. Joseph's and St. Mary's hospitals said caring for more patients impacts care quality.

TUSD educators to get vaccine soon

Roll out scheduled to start Jan. 19

Free COVID-19 antibody treatment available in Tucson

TMC offering treatment to COVID-19 patients

New year brings higher rates for TEP customers

The utility says it needs to recoup costs to help with its longer-term move to more renewable energy sources.

Is the pandemic changing our dreams?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Adiba Nelson faces down 'Rona in 2020; and a profile of Flor de Nopal, an emerging star of the Tucson music scene.

Tucson airport has highest passenger count since March

The airport still had less than half the pre-pandemic numbers compared to last year.

Checking in on the health of the Santa Cruz River

Upgrades to the county’s wastewater treatment continue to improve the vitality of the river and the wildlife it supports.

Building confidence through mind and body, with psychologist Susan Miner.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet two volunteers - one in Tucson, one in Moscow - who participated in clinical trials for coronavirus vaccines; and Stories That Soar presents "My Mom and Me".

Tucson nurse describes staff shortages, anti-mask sentiment amid COVID-19 surge

As cases are surging across Arizona, progressive care nurse pleads with the public to stay safe.

State works to clean up chemical pollutants in Tucson water supply

ADEQ is addressing PFAS contamination of Tucson backup groundwater wells.

Effectiveness of Tucson’s mandates to curb spread of COVID-19

Former Tucson Mayor Tom Volgy discusses the city's authority to go beyond the state's measures.

A Tucson Original: Agnese Haury

Listen to an oral history of Agnese Haury's remarkable life, as told by those who knew and loved her.

For DACA, new ruling and immigration services notice bring new hope

A Friday order ushers in a new opportunity for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants barred from the program since 2017.

Tucson rolling out, taking applications for free wireless internet

The grant-funded free internet access is for those affected by COVID-19.

Tucson council reverses redistricting vote

The council voted to keep a west-side precinct in Ward 1.

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