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Former TPD lieutenant drops appeal. Police license still in question.
Red wildflowers come into their own during the summer in Southern Arizona.
With Shea Patterson gone, who’s the Wildcats’ QB of the future?
Wildcat athletes who were honored for their 2013-14 academic achievements.
Recap of the Star's countdown of Tucson's top 25 high school football coaches of all time that concludes on Sunday, Aug. 3.
"Guardians Of The Galaxy" highlights this week's movie releases.
Irene and Samantha discuss weekend events, from movie night to a parasol party.
Greg explains why average fans will love McKale Center.
To hold down calories, try fruit, greens, nonfat Greek yogurt.
Here are some modern takes on the classic picnic salad.
Advice for the real world.
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The single biggest cause of personal bankruptcy in the United States isn’t job loss or irresponsible use of credit. It’s medical expenses.
An interactive quiz about comic book characters and superheroes.
Want a portrait of your pet illustrated by Chris Gall? It could happen.
Top Five Reasons to Foster a Dog
From CBS News: A look back at the life of World War II hero, prisoner of war and Olympic runner Louis Zamperini.
World War II hero Louis Zemperini has died at age 97.
Zamperini survived 47 days in a life raft in shark-infested waters and endured two year…
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In the race for the Board of Supervisors District 3 seat, voters have a choice between experience and youth when they head to the polls this November.
Supervisor candidates clashed over how to improve Pima County's troubled economy and strained relationship with the city of Marana at a candidate forum Thursday.
Democrat seeks fifth term.
Republican says new blood is needed.
In District 3, voters will have a choice between youth and experience when they head to the polls this November to select their next county supervisor.
The Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce did not endorse self-described business-friendly Republican candidate Tanner Bell for a seat on the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
It's become a tradition of sorts for most Pima County voters.
Tanner Bell's signs could have been red, white and blue - the palette of politics but also of the Arizona Wildcats, this town's greatest unifier.
Even on the football field as an assistant coach at Tucson High School last year, 6-foot-9-inch Tanner Bell towered over most others.
Former University of Arizona football player Tanner Bell, 28, is a Republican running for the District 3 seat on the Board of Supervisors.
Republican Tanner Bell will attempt to unseat Democratic Pima County Supervisor Sharon Bronson, who is seeking in her fifth term in District 3.
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