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The fire appeared to have started in the center’s yard, where donated items are kept.

Vast acreage along South Fourth Avenue to Interstate 10 is ripe for development.

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Pasadera Behavioral Health Network seeks to open the center across the street from an elementary.

Letters advocate for women's shelter, historic Broadway buildings, supporting public education funding.

  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

HB 2127 has the support of the South Tucson park, the last remaining dog track in the state.

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Pasadera believes South Tucson's decision to deny them a permit cost the nonprofit millions.

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A fire in 1965 sent oxygen tanks flying into the air. 

Pasadera Behavioral Health Network says city reneged on promise.

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South Tucson says case is too sensitive, plus officials lack time to search for documents

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Expert says police fund is most financially precarious he's seen in 40-year career.

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Agreement would have South Tucson residents paying a premium for residential trash collection.

  • Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or 88-CRME.

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Letters on Waste Management billing issues, debate cartoon, Proposition 430.

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Revenue for the city's 75th anniversary fell short of expectations.

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  • By Amanda Martinez For the Arizona Daily Star

Preloved Chica Clothing offers outfits for women re-entering the workforce and other services.

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Opinions stated on failing defense system, services for homeless, gun-free zones.

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Pasadera goes to court to seek a reversal.

Pasadera wants a Pima County Superior Court judge to reverse zoning decision

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South Tucson Council agrees to sell library to write down debt

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The $450,000 deal would help the small city with its mounting debt.