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Cindy Carpien for KAWC

A good burrito in Arizona is like good lobster in Maine or gumbo in Louisiana. 

Stephanie Sanchez

San Luis-Original food products from Mexico may be difficult to find for some Latinos looking to buy them in the United States.

Lead has been found in the drinking water of one building at Orange Grove Elementary School in Somerton.  School Principal Kim Sey says voluntary testing done with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality in January and again in March showed "actionable" lead levels in Cottage C at the school.

What: Community discussion with a panel of experts on "Climate Change: What Might We See in Yuma in the Next 30 Years?"

When: Wednesday, April 20, 5:30-7 pm

Where: The Patio Restaurant and Bar at the Hills, 1245 W Desert Hill Drive

How much: FREE with cash bar and regular menu available

Amanda Solliday - KAWC

The plant disease citrus greening has hit Florida hard. Growers in other citrus-producing states, like Arizona, see it as a warning.

Researchers in San Luis are collecting new data on a wasp that may help slow the spread of the disease.

The parasitic wasp Tamarixia radiata is so small, scientists can ship 200 of them in a vial about the size of a photo film canister.

Bobby Baker, a technician with the USDA, has received weekly shipments of the vials for more than a year.

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