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A lawsuit alleging improprieties in Pima County's backing of high-altitude firm World View will move ahead, as a judge declined to toss out claims made by the right-wing Goldwater Institute. Although she worked to have Goldwater bring the suit, Supervisor Ally Miller is a defendant in the case.... Read more»   

This weekend, you can see one of the classics of American movie musicals — the tale of Tony and Maria in "West Side Story" — at the Loft. And we're giving away a pair of tickets!... Read more»   

The Pima Community College men’s soccer team (1-0, 1-0 in ACCAC) opened the 2016 season with an offensive onslaught. The No. 5-ranked Aztecs defeated Paradise Valley Community College 9-0 on Tuesday.... Read more»   

With just one week until Arizona’s primary election, political spending to affect legislative races paid for by outside groups that don’t disclose the source of the money amounts to almost half a million dollars. The $478,000 in “dark money” was spent in the past six weeks, ramping up after early ballots were mailed.... Read more»   

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (0-1, 0-1 in ACCAC) played a tough defensive battle to open the 2016 season on Tuesday. The No. 9-ranked Aztecs fell 1-0 to No. 10 Paradise Valley Community College.... Read more»   

Tucson should put a portable defibrillator in every home if we're going to freak out about $26,000 per year in university spending that can be questioned. Bureaucracy is to universities what analogies are to the SAT. Without the former, there isn't much use of the latter. So 26 grand for comfy travel seems a pittance compared to what could happen on any given day on a college campus. ... Read more»   

CBP said that two Mexican women were arrested in Nogales on Friday for attempting to smuggle methamphetamine wrapped around their calves through the Morley pedestrian crossing... Read more»   

It was a mixed weekend for the Arizona women’s soccer team: a loss to Pepperdine and an emphatic win against Utah Valley on Sunday.... Read more»   

When Daniel Magos learned that a judge referred Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio for criminal contempt of court prosecution, he felt a flood of relief and elation. And then he wept. Magos, 71, is a plaintiff in an ongoing class action federal lawsuit in which Arpaio and his department were found to have racially profiled Latino drivers. ... Read more»   

Politicians and voting rights advocates continue to clash over whether photo ID and other voting requirements are needed to prevent voter fraud, but a News21 analysis and recent court rulings show little evidence that such fraud is widespread.... Read more»   

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Judge doesn't deflate World View lawsuit

A lawsuit alleging improprieties in Pima County's backing of high-altitude firm World View will move ahead, as a judge declined to toss out claims made by the right-wing Goldwater Institute. Although she worked to have Goldwater bring the suit, Supervisor Ally Miller is a defendant in the case.... Read more»

Arts & Entertainment  

Win tickets to 'West Side Story' at the Loft

This weekend, you can see one of the classics of American movie musicals — the tale of Tony and Maria in "West Side Story" — at the Loft. And we're giving away a pair of tickets!... Read more»

Opinion  

Med school dean's travel is a hurricane in a squirt bottle

Tucson should put a portable defibrillator in every home if we're going to freak out about $26,000 per year in university spending that can be questioned. Bureaucracy is to universities what analogies are to the SAT. Without the former, there isn't much use of the latter. So 26 grand for comfy travel seems a pittance compared to what could happen on any given day on a college campus. ... Read more»

Nation/World  

Fort Worth judge blocks Obama transgender guidelines

As millions of children head back to school, a federal judge in Fort Worth has temporarily blocked Obama administration guidelines directing the nation’s public schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and other facilities that align with their gender identity.... Read more»

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Fight to remain silent: People often waive Miranda rights

The well-known Miranda right against self-incrimination, a case with its roots in Arizona more than 50 years ago, is still little understood by the public despite being a staple on police dramas and, as a result, it is waived in the vast majority of cases, knowingly or not.... Read more»5

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