Tucson’s Southside advocates for bike safety

By Vanessa Lucero/El Inde Car culture rules in Tucson, making bike lanes practically invisible. Motorists aren’t always friendly on the road. But in Tucson’s Southside, a group of community members gather together every second week and final week of the month at the Pueblo Center to ride together, making sure their presence is known on the…

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Normal is relative

By Ashley Morales/El Inde Providing therapy to children with autism can bring many challenges and joys. Working in this field requires a lot of patience, creativity, and emotional control. For a behavioral technician who is also a parent of children with autism, the field has represented the path of a new career. Story by Ashley Morales….

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Takoyaki on the streets of Tucson

By Sebastian Janik/El Inde The smell of food hangs in the air during the Tucson Meet Yourself also known as Tucson Eat Yourself festival. The temperature drops below 90 degrees and the breeze carries the delicious smells of cooking from all different parts of the world. Tacos, Roasted Corn, Raspados and Japanese street food. Sebastian…

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Tackling football tryouts

By Ryan Potts/El Inde We all have our motivations. We want to do great things often because we don’t want to disappoint others. One aspiring Arizona football player has a unique perspective on personal motivations. Ryan Potts has his story.

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Who’s visiting Saguaro National Park?

By Jenna Smith / El Inde Saguaro National Park is located just about 60 miles north of Mexico and 15 minutes outside of Tucson. The park’s close proximity provides visitors with the experience of wildlife and scenic trails. But, for Saguaro National Park, there is a gap in the visitor demographics that rangers are trying to…

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