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These larger-than-life works of art are visual celebrations of the city's colorful personality.

Letters on write-in votes, dog racing bill, San Xavier graffiti, Jesus Valenzuela.

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The Rev. Edward Sarrazin says church has withstood far bigger challenges. 

  • By Emily Bregel Arizona Daily Star

"The church has withstood earthquakes and lightening strikes, we'll get over this," Rev. Edward Sarrazin says.

Tucson Water is proposing to raise water rates beginning in July.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Damage to historic building was estimated at $3,000 in cleanup efforts, police say. 

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  • By David J. Del Grande For the Arizona Daily Star

Goal is to improve urban aesthetics and ultimately save taxpayers money.

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Readers' views differ on preventing urban graffiti, Iran nuclear treaty.

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  • By David J. Del Grande For the Arizona Daily Star

Programs offer "graffiti writers" creative outlets that are shown to lessen tagging.

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Letters on graffiti removal, minimum wage comparisons, wildlife crossing, county budget priorities. 

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Readers' thoughts on city council candidates, Davis-Monthan impact.

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Gates Pass west of Tucson is the site of historic buildings.

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Council member says quick action acts as a deterrent.

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Readers' thoughts on wildlife crossing, Edward Snowden, 'dreamers' tuition, graffiti as art. 

Other businesses downtown also vandalized, police say.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Shut down should last about two hours Friday morning.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Woman hurt when picnic table upended.

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Education news from Tucson-area schools. 

Fire east of Tucson nearly contained

A Tucson police officer was bitten in the fingers and another was hit in the head with a rock in a scuffle with two suspects on Tucson's south side.