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The IDEA beat in 2022 reported on Southern Arizona, Pima County and Tucson during a time of shocking violence in the community, the end to COVID-19 measures and funding and an important midterm election. Read more»

From column writing to sports photography and Spanish-language reporting, the staff of the Tucson Sentinel was recognized with a number of top awards announced by the Arizona Press Club. Read more»

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Pima County Board of Supervisors Chairman Richard Elias proclaims Jan. 22, 2020, as 'TucsonSentinel.com Day,' to recognize the 10th birthday of the local independent nonprofit news outlet.

Gannett Inc. — the massive chain that owns the Arizona Republic and half of the Arizona Daily Star — sent two emails from corporate bigwigs Thursday morning, warning staffers across the country of looming layoffs. At the Tucson Sentinel, we're laying the foundations for even more local journalism. Read more»

Bianca Morales, the Tucson Sentinel's new Cultural Expression & Community Values reporter.

A new fulltime journalist will be exploring the ties that bind us and the dreams that push us in Tucson and Southern Arizona, with support from TucsonSentinel.com's readers and the national Report for America program. We've hired Bianca Morales as our Cultural Expression and Community Values reporter. Read more»

Sunday night, 60 Minutes is set to air a story about how hedge funds and chains have hollowed out local news — and how groups like Report for America, which supports work at the Tucson Sentinel, are rebuilding journalism with local support. Read more»

The Tucson Sentinel is supporting the third annual National News Literacy Week to help more people learn to determine the credibility of content they encounter and use the standards of fact-based journalism to know what to trust, share and act on. Read more»

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