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Past articles by Reyna:

Habitat for Humanity brings women together for community improvement

On Friday and Saturday, Habitat for Humanity held their annual Women Build Project. Here's the work that was done and the impact it had on the participants. → Read More

Breaking down proposed $5.5 billion desalination plan for Arizona water supply

The project has been looked at and supported by former Governor Doug Ducey, but Arizona legislators are hoping for further discussion before moving forward. → Read More

Low credit score prevents one family from moving apartments

The growing family of three has been searching for an apartment for 13 months, but keep getting denied. → Read More

Woman who suffered from fentanyl overdose now almost 300 days sober

Chamaine Parr died from a fentanyl overdose in March 2022. She is now graduating from the county drug court program. → Read More

Remembering Lydia Reis

Local Tucsonans know the Umbrella Lady seen in many different areas. Many have asked why she walked and where she lived, and a past landlord shared what she knows. → Read More

Tucson woman finds her dog in the mouth of a coyote

Debra Simpson let her dog out for less than a minute, but ran out after hearing a sound she would never forget. → Read More

Future teachers can earn a degree for free in Arizona

The Arizona Teachers Academy scholarship offers tuition coverage for students who agree to teach in Arizona. → Read More

Rainwater conservation efforts paying off for Tucson community

Watershed Management Group leads the community in water conservation. They hold classes to show how to make the most of the rainy days like we saw last week. → Read More

Ski Valley on Mount Lemmon opening Thursday

If you plan on making the trip to Ski Valley on Mount Lemmon once it opens Thursday, here is what you can expect. → Read More

Road closures impact travel to Mount Lemmon

The Pima County Sheriff's Department closed roads at the base of Mount Lemmon earlier today on December 28. → Read More

Voters weigh in on what impacted their vote

Inflation is caused by many factors, but voters and economists weigh in on the role political parties play. → Read More

How you can stay safe on the road

El Tour de Tucson is ten days away, and more bikers are on the road. An expert has advice on how to stay safe. → Read More

Mi Familia Vota is encouraging Latinos to vote

The Hispanic vote has the potential to make a huge difference in Tucson with 44% of the population being Hispanic. → Read More

Libertarian candidate Marc Victor campaigns for Senate with 'live and let live' message

Marc Victor is the libertarian U.S. Senate candidate. He shares his views and how he hopes to represent Arizonans. → Read More

Why? Reports of spiders invading the Tucson area

People around Tucson have been reporting seeing more spiders lately. One homeowner found five around his home, and pest control tells us why there's been an increase. → Read More

A man born with kidney disease uses his journey to help others

Jacob Barber's kidney disease treatments were successful. Now he's hoping his journey will help others. → Read More

Apple Annie's Pumpkin Festival officially bringing fun and smiles for the fall season

The Pumpkin Festival is officially open at Apple Annie’s in Willcox. Apple Annie’s Pumpkin and Produce Farm in Willcox is starting its 36th season. → Read More

The success behind local restaurant Tacos Apson

Tacos Apson has been in business for 22 years. They told us how sticking to tradition keeps them going. → Read More

Tanque Verde School District brings DJ to schools on Fridays

Students were surprised when they saw a DJ at their school this morning. We visited the school to see some of the reactions from students and staff. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine requirements lifted for Pima County employees

After September 24th, Pima County will no longer be allowed to place vaccine requirements on any resident, lifting the requirements on county employees currently in place. → Read More