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  • Arizona Daily Star

Man found dead after explosion in NW Tucson home

Most violations were addressed on-site at BK Tacos’ North First Avenue location. 

  • By Rosie Romero

Q: I recently replaced all the old flooring in my home with tile and carpeting and then I had the house painted. During that renovation, I kep…

Most passed follow-up inspections, but two didn't. 

It's the restaurant's first failed inspection. 

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La Indita, 622 N. Fourth Ave.

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Ta Raspado, 5012 S. 12th Ave.

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O Sushi, 4689 E. Speedway

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Jason's Mexican Food, 4230 N. Oracle Road

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La Fresita, 4550 S. Palo Verde Road

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Grantstone Supermarket, 8 W. Grant Road

An inspection late last month found an 10 critical health department violations at Grantstone Supermarket.

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Little girl loads car before summer road trip. 

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Both popular eateries pass follow-up checks.

Restaurant received a provisional license following a two-day closure on Oct. 6.

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Half were in trouble with the health department earlier this year, too. 

Cockroach problem gets Golden China extra scrutiny from the health department.

Three Tucson eateries and a grocery store in Ajo failed Pima County health inspections in February. The Tucson businesses passed follow-up ins…

  • By Alison Dorf For the Arizona Daily Star

Thinking about passing up that gourmet food truck in the parking lot for the cleaner restaurant down the street? Think again.

Three local eateries failed health inspections in December but passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know: