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US investigators visit site where agent killed Sonora teen

US investigators visit site where agent killed Sonora teen

Border Patrol says it was responding to rock throwers. FBI probe is still open.

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Steller: Rio Nuevo member hijacks project's scoring system

Steller: Rio Nuevo member hijacks project's scoring system

On one ballot, Norville proposal wins 1,000 points out of 1,000 possible.

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Has streetcar really brought $930 million in investment?

Has streetcar really brought $930 million in investment?

A closer look at the numbers, some of them self-reported.

August 17, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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8 food establishments fail inspections; 5 pass follow-ups

8 food establishments fail inspections; 5 pass follow-ups

Questionable use of tongs, inadequate hand-washing, and a can of Raid.

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Biologists who warned of harm to jaguar were overruled

Biologists who warned of harm to jaguar were overruled

Wildlife service supervisor changed his staff's findings, records show.

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How immigration through S. Arizona has changed

How immigration through S. Arizona has changed

Surge of Central Americans has altered local Border Patrol operations.

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Putting adult offenders in juvenile detention an option

Putting adult offenders in juvenile detention an option

Jail officials are looking to alleviate overcrowding.

August 15, 2014 9:45 pmLoading…

Tucson firefighters investigated over time-card discrepancies

Tucson firefighters investigated over time-card discrepancies

City officials won't talk about the probe, which began in April.

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Pima College won't make good on promise to victims

Pima College won't make good on promise to victims

Second harassment settlement signed, but other women are too late, school says.

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TPD says lieutenant lied about her education

TPD says lieutenant lied about her education

Original dismissal changed to "resignation in lieu of termination."

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South Tucson council weighs follow-up audit

New audit would check that financial controls improved.

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Prescott College move to Menlo Park on hold

Prescott College move to Menlo Park on hold

Prescott College seeks to partner with TUSD to offer dual-enrollment courses.

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Tucson man ordered to stop rental, property management

Tucson man ordered to stop rental, property management

He's accused of improperly handling clients’ money, failing to keep appropriate records.

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Apartment execs funding Hiremath mayoral campaign

Apartment execs funding Hiremath mayoral campaign

Apartment executives gave nearly $7,000 to help re-elect Hiremath for mayor.

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Lasers pose grave risk for Tucson air traffic

Lasers pose grave risk for Tucson air traffic

Tucson ranks high in country for number of reported incidents involving aircraft.

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County near closing on Painted Hills purchase

County near closing on Painted Hills purchase

Approval of $7.5 million deal would culminate a pursuit that began in 1997.

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Controversy brews over plan for helicopters in wilderness

Controversy brews over plan for helicopters in wilderness

Wildlife officials want to use helicopters to manage bighorn sheep.

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South Tucson audit shows poor financial controls

South Tucson audit shows poor financial controls

The city manager says several problems were fixed.

August 06, 2014 6:30 pmLoading…

Tucson social-services firm exits Texas foster contract

Tucson social-services firm exits Texas foster contract

A Tucson-based company has ended its contract to manage a foster-care system in Texas.

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At hearing, fired surgeon, UPH agree on little

At hearing, fired surgeon, UPH agree on little

Transplant doctor wants an apology. University Physicians officials say dismissal was just.

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Number of Tucson schools earning A's drops

Number of Tucson schools earning A's drops

Five Pima County schools are at risk of being labeled failing. 

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Police union drops suit against city

Police union drops suit against city

The union is protesting the city taking away sick leave sell-back.

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City's texting-while-driving law results in few tickets

City's texting-while-driving law results in few tickets

Tucson police say texting ban is too hard to enforce.

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TFD sued over inadequate lactation space

TFD sued over inadequate lactation space

Says requests to work at stations that could accommodate her were denied.

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Huckelberry pitches county sales tax for roads

Huckelberry pitches county sales tax for roads

County administrator says half-cent levy would fix many problems.

August 01, 2014 8:00 pmLoading…

Clean Elections looking into anti-Smith campaign ad

Clean Elections looking into anti-Smith campaign ad

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission refused Thursday to call off an investigation.

July 31, 2014 6:00 pmLoading…

Fact check: State Reps say trees steal water

Fact check: State Reps say trees steal water

Candidates say non-native mesquites hurt aquifers. Expert says trees aren't the problem.

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Foothills restaurant fined for bar fights

Foothills restaurant fined for bar fights

Sheriff complained to liquor department about five violent fights at Lodge Sasquatch.

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Tucson Family Dollar store fined for pricing violations

Tucson Family Dollar store fined for pricing violations

Violations include failure to post prices and overcharging, state says. 

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