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Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona gives a house tour in 3D. The nonprofit Rose Law Group came together to raise money in the metaverse, which they say is a first-of-its-kind collaboration.

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona teamed up with a Scottsdale law firm to hold a charity event in the metaverse - which they say is the first of its kind - to create more affordable housing and expose Arizonans to the metaverse and NFTs. Read more»

Afghan refugees crammed into a C-17 in August as they flee their country after helping the U.S. conduct Operation Enduring Freedom.

The Pima County Public Library's "Welcome to America" team is partnering with the groupsTucson Afghan Community and the International Rescue Committee to collect items for Afghan refugees making Tucson their new home. Read more»

City Councilman Steve Kozachik speaking during a press conference at the Benedictine Monastery in 2019.

City Councilman Steve Kozachik's Ward 6 office and Habitat for Humanity have partnered to manage furniture donations for Afghan refugees, after the office was overwhelmed by items earlier this fall. Read more»

Interviews with Rep. Ethan Orr, Community Food Bank's Melissa Wieters, former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, and Arizona Capitol Times Editor Jim Small, along with Habistore manager Terry Dee and Culligan Man Al Zaragoza. Read more»

A Rio Nuevo Board member blames a conspiracy for recent troubles, the latest on the controversy surrounding former Martha McSally spokesman Sam Stone, the proposed 1-cent sales tax for education, and the history and and work of Habit for Humanity. Read more» 1

A map of the area where homes will be available.

Pima County residents with low- to moderate-incomes who hope to purchase a home can learn how local nonprofits can help at an open house Saturday. Read more»

It's a Green Party mayoral candidates debate with Dave Croteau and Mary DeCamp. Read more»