March 2021

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Jackie Alpers shrimp Topopo salad
Jackie Alpers had begun work on her book "Taste of Tucson" prior to the pandemic, but its collection of recipes from some of southern Arizona’s favorite spots offers the chance to make the home kitchen a creative place.
March 16, 2021
Border Wait Nogales
Mexican citizens who hold border crossing cards may be able to travel further into Arizona. Congress approved expanding the zone in which these travelers can go — now Customs and Border Protection has to report on what a pilot program to do this would look like.
March 16, 2021
sun in phoenix
Many parts of the western U.S. are getting hotter, but new research shows that in several states, including Arizona, certain neighborhoods are bearing more of the brunt of rising temperatures.
March 16, 2021
Traveler at airport curb
As more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19, there’s some thought that could lead to an increase in travel — specifically air travel. There’s even a name for it: revenge travel.<br><small><b>&#8594; <a href="" target="_blank">American, Southwest See Leisure Travel Rebound Faster Than Business</a></small></b>
March 16, 2021
The border fence project in Yuma
Cities and towns in the Yuma area are asking for help, as the federal government has been releasing undocumented migrants into communities there. The Show spoke with Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls for more about the current situation in Yuma.
March 16, 2021
Arizona State Capitol building
State lawmakers will be taking up another election-related bill this week; this one deals with how certain aspects of elections are paid for.
March 15, 2021
patient at a hospital
For the uninsured, preventative health care is often out of reach. The pandemic has only further highlighted the disparity in underserved populations. A new partnership aims to curb that cycle and get the most vulnerable in our community quality preventative health care.
March 15, 2021
BBC look-ahead graphic
The number of positive COVID-19 tests continues to decline, both in the U.S. and in many countries around the world.
March 15, 2021
Jessica Wapner Wall Disease
Walls have separated individual houses, communities and, of course, nations for centuries. In her book "Wall Disease," reporter Jessica Wapner writes about how walls affect us internally and externally.
March 15, 2021
Cindy McCain
Dr. Seuss and his books have been in the news recently, as his family’s foundation announced it would stop publishing several of his books because they have either words or images that are offensive. Some critics have jumped on that decision, calling it another example of “cancel culture.”
March 15, 2021