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$53K in meth seized at Nogales port

Nogales port officers arrested a Mexican man Tuesday for attempting to drive nearly 18 pounds methamphetamine into the United States.... Read more»

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LD2 legislative debate Thursday night

Candidates for the state House in Southern Arizona’s LD2 will meet Thursday evening for the first of a series of debates sponsored by the Clean Elections Commission.... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Remembering Sheriff Larry Dever

Sam Fox of Fox Restaurant Concepts; state Rep. Steve Farley, the Democratic candidate for state Senate in LD9, plus financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada on the death of Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever.... Read more»

Space shuttle

Endeavour's last trip includes low-level swoop over UA Mall

As the space shuttle Endeavour makes its final trip to a science center in California, it will make a low-level pass over the University of Arizona Mall between 11 a.m. and noon on Thursday. The shuttle, riding on the back of a 747, will swoop over the university at about 1,500 feet.... Read more»1

Report: Fast & Furious, earlier probe lacked oversight, put public at risk

Government officials in Phoenix and Washington, D.C., mishandled two “gun-walking” operations in Arizona and put the public in serious risk in the process, according to an inspector general’s report released Wednesday.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Sewers vs. sports arenas

When government issues debt, you probably think it’s paying for the construction of a highway or water and sewer improvements—the sort of things that we usually expect government to provide.... Read more»

Week-long festival to showcase Chinese culture

A Chinese Culture Festival featuring everything from lectures on medicine and food to demonstrations of martial arts and music will be hosted by the UA beginning Saturday through Sept. 30.... Read more»

Proposition 204

Prop. 204: Is funding education voters' job - or one for lawmakers?

Is deciding how to fund education in Arizona best done by lawmakers or voters? That’s a key point of debate with Arizonans ready to decide whether to adopt a permanent 1-cent per dollar sales tax that would be earmarked primarily for education.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: County Supes race: Miller vs. Young Wright

An interview with Will Humble, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services and the man in charge of implementing the state’s medical marijuana laws. Then, Republican Ally Miller and Democrat Nancy Young Wright, candidates for Pima County supervisor in District 1, face off on the issues.... Read more»

Az Daily Star losing managing editor Hayt

The Arizona Daily Star’s managing editor, Teri Hayt, is leaving that newspaper to become the executive editor for the Ohio papers of the GateHouse Media chain.... Read more»2

Cochise County Sheriff Dever killed in truck rollover

Cochise County lawman Larry Dever was killed when his pickup truck rolled over in Coconino County on Tuesday night, a spokeswoman said. The longtime sheriff was running unopposed for what would have been his fifth term.... Read more»2

Appeals court upholds conviction for 1992 Phx murder

A federal appeals court Tuesday rejected multiple challenges by an Arizona death-row inmate Pete Carl Rogovich to his conviction for the 1992 murders of four people, including three who were killed in a Phoenix trailer-park “homicidal rampage.”... Read more»1

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Ballot proposition roundup

Interviews with Mark B. Evans, administrator of tucsoncitizen.com, GOP state House candidate John Christopher Ackerley, and Middle East expert Dr. Stephen Zunes.... Read more»

SB 1070 'papers' enforcement to begin

A federal judge formally lifted an injunction Tuesday that halted the enforcement of the SB 1070 provision that requires police to determine the immigration status of arrestees. While that part of the law is now in force, most of the bill is now permanently barred.... Read more»1

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: UA Poetry Center searches for a new leader

An interview with Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, plus financial planner Shelly Fishman, and LD 11 GOP candidate Steve Smith talks about his three-way race for two state House seats.... Read more»

Concussions often overlooked in girls’ sports

Concussions are most often associated with men’s and boys’ sports such as football, but girls’ sports carry risks as well. According to several Arizona doctors, concussions among girls are often overlooked as a result.... Read more»1

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