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Past articles by Luzdelia:

8 hacks to beat the mosquito bite this summer

With rainy days among us, now is peak mosquito season and it’s one that’s increasing the worry for West Nile across the Valley. So what’re things you can do to fight the bite? → Read More

Father of child killed by hit-and-run driver seeks justice

A community is in mourning after 13-year-old Dylan Buensuceso was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Goodyear. → Read More

Phoenix priest gives thousands of invalid baptisms for decades

A Phoenix priest baptized people for decades using one wrong word. Now those baptisms are all considered invalid. → Read More

Phoenix officers save man from burning car

A dramatic rescue was caught on Phoenix Police body cameras after a car hit a power pole and caught on fire. → Read More

Tucson family involved in deadly Rocky Point crash over 4th of July weekend

What was supposed to be a fun Fourth of July weekend in Rocky Point turned into a tragedy for a Tucson family, after a deadly car crash. Now, they find themselves buried in medical bills. → Read More

‘End the Biden Border Crisis Rally’ draws hundreds in Hereford

The ‘End the Biden Border Crisis Rally’ drew in hundreds alongside the border in Hereford. More than 300 people showed up to the rally to express their frustration with the border situation and also what they’re calling a border crisis. → Read More

Dust Storm technology to help save lives during the monsoon

Dust storms can happen at any-time in the state, but the Arizona Department of Transportation says this first-of-its kind technology will hopefully help save lives. → Read More

Sports betting legalized in AZ: when you can place a bet

The Arizona Department of Gaming says the rules and timelines are still being drafted, but you can bet on the logistics being settled before fall. → Read More

A look behind the magic of PACC and its volunteers

When you walk into the Pima Animal Care Center, you see cute pets ready to be adopted. What you might not see—is the work volunteers put in to get them ready for their future homes. → Read More

Mayor, council ease marijuana dispensary restrictions

Tucson Mayor Romero and City Council ease marijuana dispensary restrictions. → Read More

Lifting of pandemic restrictions could help boost business

Governor Doug Ducey has further lifted coronavirus restrictions, as more people get vaccinated and case numbers continue to go down. Grant Krueger has been in the hospitality industry for 30 years. He says this is a big win for business-owners as a whole. → Read More

Catching kids up on socialization skills

Widespread in-person learning will begin a couple of weeks, but are students ready to be in the classroom? Local therapist Dr. Diane Ryan with Downtown Therapy says they are already behind. → Read More

Pop-Cycle changes strategy to stay afloat amid pandemic

Local artisans find themselves having to think outside of the box in order to keep foot traffic coming in. Pop-cycle store manager Libby Tobey says when the pandemic hit, her team stepped up and transformed sales strategies in order to plan for the unknown. → Read More

Local insurance broker to hit record sales amid pandemic

The pandemic has forced many businesses to close, and it's something we've been talking about for months. Buy LowCost Insurance is defying those odds. → Read More

Limited vaccine supply affecting Maricopa and Santa Cruz counties

Maricopa and Santa Cruz counties continue the vaccination process. At this point, both have a common challenge that medical professionals say is concerning: the number of vaccines coming in. → Read More

Limited vaccine supply affecting rural areas in Pima County

The limited vaccine supply is already affecting rural areas in Pima County. Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says nearly 47,000 vaccines have been given in the county. → Read More

Nationwide epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

Arizona, with 22 federally recognized tribes, is at the epicenter. Native women are 10 times more likely to be murdered than the national average. → Read More

COVID-19 cases going up in Pima County

Arizona, like much of the country, is in the middle of a surge in COVID-19 cases. It’s a pattern we’ve seen develop over the last several weeks. The rise in cases is a worrying sign for some experts, who say the state could be on the path to exponential growth. → Read More

Zoom wedding become new normal

Weddings continue at the Pima County Justice Court, but not in a traditional way. The process is simple -- you can get married online -- from home. The Zoom ceremony takes about 15 minutes, and guests from around the world can see it all. → Read More

Salpointe athletics rules change amid pandemic

Salpointe Catholic High School had their first varsity football game Friday, but it looked different than usual. Players were wearing masks if they were on the sidelines, and there were restrictions on how many people could come in to watch and where they sat. → Read More