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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»

Senators look at ‘perverse incentive’ of asset forfeitures for police

A Senate panel was told that while civil asset forfeitures can be a valuable tool for compensating victims and funding police work, there are too many loopholes that allow abuses of the system. That can lead police to shift their focus from fighting crime to padding budgets. ... Read more»

What the Devil won't tell you

GOP Council slate looks like the real deal

After five years of half starts and fits, the Republicans have put together a field of Tucson City Council candidates that could give Democrats fits all their own.... Read more»4

Let's get into trouble

A weekend of musical trips

Whether you want to travel into the psychedelic recesses of your mind or just cruise southward to catch some blues, we've got you covered. ... Read more»

Court: Widespread racial profiling by Arpaio's deputies

A federal appeals court Wednesday upheld a lower court’s ruling that racial discrimination by Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies extended to all traffic stops – not just those performed during “immigration sweeps.” ... Read more»

Rolling joints: Douglas teens attempt to smuggle pot in bicycle tires

Two Douglas-area teens were arrested when Customs and Border Protection officers discovered seven pounds of marijuana hidden in the tires of their bicycles as they tried to roll through a border crossing.... Read more»

Tucson playwright wins $10k Yale Drama prize

Barbara Seyda, a Tucson writer and photographer, was awarded the 2015 Yale Drama Series Prize for her play "Celia, A Slave: 26 Characters Testify." Her work, which the prize's judge said prompted "a thick lump of pain .. that I carried around for day," is based on transcripts of the trial of Missouri young slave who killed her master in 1855.... Read more»

Three Aztec women's soccer standouts sign to 4-year schools

Pima Community College women’s soccer players Shannon Shields (Sabino HS), Sarah Dunbar (Buena HS) and Kathy Fisher (Sahuaro HS) all signed their national letters of intent to continue on at four-year institutions.... Read more»

House panel: ICE released 30,000 convicted criminals in 2014

House lawmakers grilled ICE Director Sarah Saldaña on Tuesday, saying her agency had released more than 30,000 immigrants with criminal records in 2014 while failing to act against other immigrants its officers stopped.... Read more»

PCC golfers finish in top 10 at Paradise Valley

The Pima Community College men’s golf team closed out the regular season on Tuesday in the Paradise Valley Invitational at the Gainey Ranch Golf Course in Scottsdale.... Read more»

Aztec men's tennis falls to end regular season

The Pima Community College men’s tennis team (2-6, 0-6 in ACCAC) closed out the regular season on Tuesday at Paradise Valley Community College. The Aztecs fell 8-1 as three matches went into a third-set tie breaker.... Read more»

Pima's Mackey nets undefeated season

The Pima Community College women’s tennis team (9-8, 6-2 in ACCAC) closed out the regular season on Tuesday with a shutout victory over Paradise Valley Community College. Freshman Jahnessa Mackey finished the regular season without dropping a match (8-0).... Read more»

Pima baseball drops doubleheader against No. 11 Paradise Valley

The Pima Community College baseball team (23-22, 16-18 in ACCAC) dropped their final home regular season doubleheader on Tuesday at the West Campus.... Read more»

Alfonso's shutout & Engelhardt's hit propel Aztec softball sweep

The Pima Community College softball team (39-9, 32-8 in ACCAC) earned a sweep on Tuesday against Division I team El Paso Community College at the West Campus.... Read more»

FactChecking Marco Rubio

FactCheck: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has joined what promises to be a crowded field of Republican candidates for president. Rubio informed his top donors of his decision on April 13. ... Read more»

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