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What they're saying about TucsonSentinel.com

Since our launch nearly six years ago, we've received thousands of emails, comments and actual letters from readers telling us how much they appreciate the quality reporting of TucsonSentinel.com. We thought we'd share a few.... Read more»

Tucson & Southern Arizona

Live weather radar

Live weather radar for Tucson and the rest of Southern Arizona from the National Weather Service.... Read more»

Freezing Arizona: Cold temp watch for Tucson

Wrap your pipes, cover your plants, bring your pets inside and be kind to people who are outdoors Sunday night. The National Weather Service is forecasting temperatures may drop as low as 29 degrees.... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

Tucson leaders need professional help after bond losses

In hatching and selling the 2015 bond program, county leaders played the game of thrones as they have in the past and wound up on the receiving end of a Red Wedding massacre. The broad community coalition responsible for the horror show should ask themselves, "Just how personal was the voter rebuke and how deep runs the antipathy to the players?"... Read more»1

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Police & fire scanners

Monitor local police and fire department radio traffic on our scanner page.... Read more»


Report road hazards, graffiti & other issues

Is your drive home less than smooth? Use our mapping tool from SeeClickFix to report everything from potholes and graffiti to broken streetlights and overgrown weeds and keep watch over your neighborhood... Read more»

Weekend events to kickstart your holiday season

A roundup of events to get you in the mood for the holidays.... Read more»

What's open, what's closed for Thanksgiving

As the nation celebrates Thanksgiving Thursday, many government services and private businesses will be closed. Here's what you need to know:... Read more»

Arizona driving deaths on rise after sharp drop in 2014

After years of steady declines, driving deaths in Arizona have risen sharply this year, mirroring a “troubling” national trend in which lower gas prices and more drivers are translating into more fatalities.... Read more»

County shelter waiving adoption fees Thanksgiving weekend

The Pima Animal Care Center is waiving all adoption fees during a special Black Friday adoption event this weekend thanks to Best Friends Animal Sociey and Zappos.com.... Read more»

Reminder: Consumers should be cautious when holiday toy shopping

With Black Friday coming and Christmas in one month, buying toys will be at the top of the list for many parents. Toys can be fun for children, but they can also be dangerous. Experts warn of choking hazards, toxic metals, magnets and hearing damage from loud noises.... Read more»

A very vegetarian Thanksgiving: Local businesses adjust to new customers

In addition to the president, millions of others will pardon turkeys from the imminent threat of Thanksgiving this year. The vegetarian market for Thanksgiving has grown in both popularity and profit – a trend that’s beginning to take off in the Valley.... Read more»

Anti-panhandling laws face hurdle after Gilbert church case

Many cities are cracking down on panhandling, driven by the unlikely combination of thriving downtowns and the lingering effects of the Great Recession. But such bans have faced legal challenges — and a recent Supreme Court ruling in an Arizona case provided ammunition to those who argue such laws trample free speech.... Read more»

Factchecking Trump, Carson on 9/11 ‘celebrations’

Donald Trump’s widely discredited claim that Muslims in New Jersey were seen on TV cheering the 9/11 terrorist attacks — and Ben Carson’s initial support of Trump’s remarks — has resulted in even more false claims, as both candidates try to explain their statements.... Read more»

Four file for vacant PCC Governing Board seat

Four Pima County residents have asked to be appointed to fill the seat on the Pima College Board left empty when David Longoria abruptly resigned last month. Georgia Brousseau is a former PCC Board member and retired TUSD principal, Demion Clinco is a former state legislator, Miguel Cuevas a ex-member of the TUSD Board, and Rene Teyechea is a teacher at Desert View High School.... Read more»

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