Stories tagged: "Tucson"


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‘Much Love, Hermano’: Tucson Community Heartbroken Over Sudden Death of Supervisor Richard Elias

Tucsonans are heartbroken after longtime Arizona Democrat Richard Elias died Saturday morning. He was 61 years old.

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Arizona Cities Shut Down Bars Despite State Allowing Them to Stay Open

While state officials continue to allow social gathering spaces like bars and gyms to stay open, some Arizona cities have decided to shut them down.

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Pima County Deputy Who Restrained Teen Amputee Will Not Face Charges

A Pima County deputy who tackled a 15-year-old quadruple amputee at a group home in Tucson last fall will not face charges.

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Tucson Offering Free Toilets to Reduce Water Waste

The city of Tucson is are working to cut down on water usage by offering to replace some families’ old, leaky toilets for free.

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Tucson Health Fair Offering Free Screenings For Diabetes, Vision, and More

The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy and Tucson Parks and Recreation are hosting a health fair with more than 40 exhibitors this Saturday.

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Moment of Silence Held to Honor Victims of 2011 Tucson Mass Shooting

"A despicable act of violence that shocked the nation." The House honors 19 Tucson mass shooting victims on 9th anniversary.

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Tucson City Council Unanimously Opposes Migrant Busing Program

The Tucson City Council voted unanimously to oppose a federal migration program that plans to bus asylum seekers from Tucson to Juarez.