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Past articles by Lydia:

Cat-ching up with El Jefe Cat Lounge as Tucson business gets ready to expand

Owner has run city's first cat lounge for last three years; customers excited for bigger space, more options → Read More

Police officers work to replace fear with facts in Tucson schools through special program

You Can, Too brings police inside classrooms to help kids understand law enforcement is here to protect and serve the community. → Read More

Mariachi Aztlan de Pueblo spreads beauty of Hispanic culture through music

For 20 years, John Contreras has been the Director of Mariachi Aztlan. This school year the group is getting ready for a special opportunity. → Read More

Latinas on both sides of the border for 'Las Hermanas' brewing history

Las Hermanas new brew is being released today at the Borderlands Brewery taproom. It will be sold to local bars and restaurants. → Read More

Literacy Connects in need of volunteers to help students with reading skills

The program works with schools in need to help students in kindergarten through second grade with literacy. → Read More

Tucson boutique helping women veterans hits milestone

Wendy's Boutique collects donations to help women veterans. Money from the store goes towards helping them through the non profit Women Warriors. → Read More

TRAK's special summer camps are still open for kids to get a unique experience

It's a one of kind camp experience at the Theraputic Ranch for Animals and Kids or TRAK for short. This year, the camps are seeing a big change. → Read More

ASU Student with Tucson ties making big moves with Apple

Josh Tint is one of 300 worldwide winners for Apple's Swift Student challenge. → Read More

Literacy Connects offers free summer camp for middle schoolers

Studies show that students can lose significant knowledge in reading and math over these next couple of months. → Read More

Tucson Food Tours marks 10th season

A tasty tour is back for its tenth season. → Read More

Youth On Their Own has big plans for new building

Youth On Their Own is dedicated to helping disadvantaged teens. → Read More

Southern Arizona Animal Food Bank in need of donations

The Southern Arizona Animal Food Bank helps people feed their pets. → Read More

New downtown tour reveals Tucson's iconic murals and hidden masterpieces

You can explore some of the colorful sights and hidden pieces of art you may have never seen around downtown. → Read More

Veggie pick up is back after two years at Tucson Village Farm

After a long COVID break, the garden gates are once again open at the Tucson Village Farm. → Read More

INTRO TO JOURNALISM: Students weigh in on their experiences with misinformation

Inside this Introduction to Journalism class at the University of Arizona, students will learn how to spot misinformation and fake news. → Read More

Continuing the legacy of Ramon's Miracle on 31st Street

Ramon's Miracle on 31st Street needs your help to continue the legacy of the man many considered Tucson's Santa. → Read More

Boy's battle with leukemia inspires others

"He was always funny. Always cracked you up," said Ford and Cecilia Valencia are talking about their son Carlos. "He taught us what life was all about. Why life matters to us and to everybody," said Ford. → Read More

Barrio Santa Cruz paves the way for a brighter future

Over on the Southside, the people of Barrio Santa Cruz are paving the way for a brighter future. "We've had this passion of our neighborhood since we grew up here from day one actually," said Clarissa Canez, the co-chair of the Barrio Santa Cruz neighborhood association. → Read More

Discovering Hispanic Heritage at the University of Arizona

Discovering cultures means looking back. A special department at the University of Arizona helps teach students the history behind Hispanic Heritage. → Read More

Arizona firefighter remembers 9/11

In Arizona, as the terrible images played on TV screens across the country, a group of wildland firefighters were about to get a call to go help out with the unthinkable. → Read More