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  • Arizona Daily Star

A Tucson cook is regional winner of LongHorn's Steak Master Series; and other local honors. 

This means the November decision that found Tucson's system unconstitutional is not final.

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

City voters split on sales tax.

The two sides reached a settlement agreement this week.

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32 counties and 20 cities in Washinton state use election systems similar to Tucson's.

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

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

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The City Council will discuss next steps when it meets Nov 17.

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

Voters appear to back referendum to take down cameras and radar vans, too.

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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.

He says he worries news groups, bloggers will publish names without context.

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He has "injuries that will require a lifetime of expensive medical care."

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TPOA wants city to cover medical insurance between retirement and Medicare eligibility.

Proposed ordinance would have given the Tucson police chief new powers.

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City won't release names of candidates until after council interviews.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

City's pensions woes grow larger.