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  • By Joe Ferguson Arizona Daily Star

700 brave heat in mass slaying memorial. 

"I will fulfill my next 18 months of service with sustained energy and focus," she said.

If voters reject ward-only elections in November, court might mandate a citywide election system.

Council slams a proposal to cut Kidco after-school programs for 900 children.

Tucson councilwoman takes job with Center for Biological Diversity.

  • By Maggie Driver For the Arizona Daily Star

Designated "rest stops" would have amenities such as showers.

Regulation effort, passed by exhausted council, does little good.

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Letters on Gacy case experience, education-supportive seniors, buffelgrass, trash clean up.

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Readers discuss homeless help, healthcare reimbursement rule, teacher's realities, Trump's popularity. 

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Starting in 30 days, you can have only 4 cubic feet of stuff.

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It sets a maximum of 24 chickens for a lot 16,000 square feet or less.

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Romero said the proposed ordinance would help the working poor, especially working mothers.

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A small strip mall would be demolished to make way for the 60,000-square-foot store.

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Uhlich said the city is trying to address homelessness and also the impacts of the homeless on the broader community.

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The signed a 2-year contract, is good until June 30, 2017.

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Legal issues complicate plan to curb urban camping.

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Teamsters applauded the directions approved by the council in a 6-1 vote.

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The city moved to a vote-by-mail system in 2011 to save money.

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If council says yes, company must use the money for job training.

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Valley of the Moon management promises to meet with concerned neighbors.