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What the Devil won't tell you

Avoiding horror of Apocalypse Arpaio will require his Senate foes to play mean

There's a time for heightened discourse and there's a time to eliminate the threat. Arpaio's rivals need to be ready to hit him hard and hit him fast so the worst person in Arizona political history doesn't infect the U.S. Senate.... Read more»4

McSally's DACA bill slashes new immigration, doubles down on border security

While thousands of people face the expiration of work permits and protection from deportation under DACA, Rep. Martha McSally and other Republicans submitted a bill that would reintroduce the temporary permit system while clamping down on legal and illegal immigration alike. ... Read more»

Tucson soldier dies in Kosovo on 21st birthday

A U.S. Army soldier serving on a NATO mission died Saturday in the Balkan country of Kosovo. The death of Spc. Robert W. Jones, 21, is being investigated by military authorities. Saturday, Jan. 6, was his birthday.... Read more»

Judge blocks Trump administration from ending DACA

A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration from ending DACA, the Obama-era program that shielded about 788,000 young people from deportation. Ruling that plaintiffs may succeed in showing the reasons for ending the program were based on a "flawed legal premise," the injunction forces officials to continue accepting renewals past a March 5 deadline. ... Read more»

New Tucson office: GEICO to add hundreds of car insurance jobs

Insurance giant GEICO will build a new office in The Bridges development on Tucson's South Side, adding about 700 jobs to the company's 2,100 employees in the area.... Read more»

Tucsonan Fryer makes 3rd Dem running for Az governor

Another Democrat has jumped into the gubernatorial primary: Local YWCA head Kelly Fryer is joining Tucson legislator Steve Farley and ASU professor David Garcia, who lost a 2014 race for state schools superintendent.... Read more»

Martha McSally set for campaign announcement

She may have flown attack jets in the Air Force, but the rollout of Martha McSally's impending Senate campaign has been more like the slow, methodical preparations for a battle on the ground. That looks to be about to change.... Read more»

Joe Arpaio, convicted & pardoned ex-sheriff, declares Senate run

Joe Arpaio, the ex-Maricopa County Sheriff who lost a 2016 re-election bid and was found guilty of criminal contempt in a racial-profiling case before being pardoned by President Trump, said he's seeking a U.S. Senate seat.... Read more»

Missing elderly GV woman found safe

A Green Valley woman with diabetes and memory issues who had been missing since Monday morning was located and is safe. Rosalina Caballero, 77, was last seen walking with her small Chihuahua near Esperanza Boulevard and South La Cañada Drive.... Read more»

Businessman Joe Scott, husband of Councilwoman Shirley Scott, dead at 78

Joseph L. Scott, husband of longtime Tucson Councilwoman Shirley Scott, died Saturday while visiting his ill brother. Scott, who operated Scott Supply Services for decades, had a heart attack.... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

RichRod accuser has UA football by the pigskins

The case of Rich Rodriguez's tumbling from his perch atop Wildcat football hits the UA athletics department at the worst possible time, with another scandal that may spin off at least one more.... Read more»

Bronson stepping down as Pima County board chair, will remain as supervisor

Saying she's "tired of herding cats," Sharon Bronson, chair of the Board of Supervisors, is putting Pima County's top leadership post on the agenda for the next meeting. "It's time for someone else to take the reins," she said.... Read more»1

CBP: Motorhome yields 2nd largest pot seizure in Lukeville history

A Phoenix-area resident was arrested Saturday with nearly 2,500 pounds of marijuana, worth more than $1.2 million, stashed throughout his motorhome at the Lukeville port of entry, authorities said. ... Read more»

Tim Bee resigns as UA vice president

Tim Bee, a vice president of the University of Arizona and former state legislator, is leaving his post as the UA's VP of Government and Community Relations.... Read more»

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Authentically local journalism from TucsonSentinel.com is the antidote for fake news — Donate now, and your gift to support nonprofit independent local journalism will be matched, dollar-for-dollar!... Read more»

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