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Taja Davis

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Tucson, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Taja:

Local job fair hosts 30 area businesses looking to hire on the spot

30 area businesses took part in Thursday’s Jobertising job fair in downtown Tucson. → Read More

Pharmacies now accepting appointments for child COVID-19 vaccinations

With the approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, CVS announced today that it is ready to accept pediatric appointments and its first shots will happen Sunday, Nov. 7. → Read More

Bringing hope to the homeless population with ‘HOPE in the Park’

Tucson Homeless Connect put on its ‘HOPE in the Park’ event at Santa Rita Park on Friday. The goal is to break down barriers and connect the homeless population to the resources and the help they need. → Read More

The state of homelessness in Arizona and Pima County

Homelessness in Pima County has been a growing concern for years, but the COVID-19 pandemic may have heightened the issue. → Read More

Viva Performing Arts Center and Baile Folklorico maintain traditions

It’ll be 35 years of business for Viva Performing Arts Center in 2022. Owner/director Julie Gallego was a dancer herself growing up in Tucson. After graduating from the University of Arizona she wanted to continue her passion by opening a dance studio. → Read More

UArizona School of Mining and Mineral Resources received $4M from state

Mining is a major industry for Arizona and it’s getting a nice boost from the state. The legislature approved $4 million to go to University of Arizona’s school of mining and mineral resources. → Read More

“Technology doesn’t have to be frustrating”

Have you ever had your parents or grandparents call you for a technology-related question? Well, there is a new class being offered in Tucson to older adults to teach them all of the tech basics. → Read More

Tucson providing free internet access to eligible users

The City of Tucson is providing wireless access to members of the community to support remote learning and working from home. → Read More

South Tucson muralist paints the pride of his community

A South Tucson muralist is embedding the spirit of southern Arizona by making his art capture the heart of his community. → Read More

Pima county’s response to the CDC’s updated mask guidelines

The CDC reversed its earlier stance on face coverings. It is now recommending those who are vaccinated against COVID-19 wear masks indoors in certain counties and cities. → Read More

TUSD’s updated back to school plans, debuting Tucson Unified Virtual Academy

The upcoming school year is top of mind for parents and students with concerns to safety. The Tucson Unified School District released more information on its back-to-school plan. A big part of the plan is a new learning option. → Read More

Developing devices to remotely monitor patient health with wearable tech

Wearable technology has become increasingly popular over the years. They can measure sleep, heart rate, calories burned, and steps, but that data can’t really be used by medical professionals. → Read More

The SALT Center, supporting students with learning and attention challenges

University of Arizona’s SALT Center supports students with mild to moderate learning and attention challenges. The SALT Center serves about 700 students. → Read More

Tucson Fight for $15 qualifies for Nov. Ballot

The campaign organizers for Tucson Fight for $15 delivered more than 29,000 signatures to the City of Tucson’s clerk's office Friday; officially qualifying for the November ballot. → Read More

Assisting those in need in the Tucson community

Interfaith Community Services (ICS) has a long-time partnership with Bank of America, assisting those make ends meet in the Tucson area. Bank of America recently granted ICS $10,000. → Read More

The backbone of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Rick and Jody Werth have volunteered at the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona for five years. Amid the pandemic, the Werths were front and center seeing the many changes the food bank had to go through. → Read More

Making her mark on the Navajo Nation, Thomasina Blackwater

Thomasina Blackwater received her bachelor’s, master’s, and now medical degree from the University of Arizona. She grew up near the Navajo Nation, which has hit very hard at the start of the pandemic. → Read More

Is a stock market crash looming?

Stock values have risen during the pandemic and more people have opted into it, but what goes up must come down. → Read More

UArizona researching personalized treatments for COPD

COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Diseases linked to cigarette smoke and pollution may be increasing amid the pandemic. → Read More

Donut Bar Tucson surviving and thriving one year later

It's been a little over a year since Donut Bar Tucson opened at its downtown location. So far, its entire business journey has been trying to navigate amid a pandemic. → Read More