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Students stuck at Banks Elementary due to flooding

Students at Banks Elementary School, 3200 S. Lead Flower Ave., are unable to leave the school due to severe flooding in the area, a spokeswoman said.... Read more»

Walking papers: Streets workers used city gear for side jobs

Five Tucson streets workers — including a division administrator - are no longer employed after an 11-month investigation led the city to move to fire them. City officials allege the workers performed side jobs for personal gain at the city's expense, and that a Department of Transportation leader "treated the Streets division as a personal enterprise."... Read more»3

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Jeff Rogers from DNC convention in Charlotte

Interviews with Jeff Rogers, the chairman Pima County Democratic Party, from the Democratic converntion, plus Dem state Senate candidate from LD10 David Bradley, along with financial advisor Shelly Fishman and Mark B. Evans, the administrator of Tucsoncitizen.com... Read more»

Judge: Az OK to enforce SB 1070 'papers' provision

A federal judge Wednesday cleared the way for Arizona to enforce what critics have dubbed the "papers please" provision of the SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law. While rejecting arguments on potential discrimination, the court did enjoin the "harboring" provision of the law.... Read more»6

Better Business Bureau

BBB: Contractor referral site claims bogus Tucson address

The Better Business Bureau of Southern Arizona is alerting businesses to USWorkmen.com. Purportedly based in Tucson, U.S. Workmen is soliciting contractors around the country, offering a "free" list of biddable jobs in their area for a $100 background check fee.... Read more»

Gulf Cartel leader 'El Gordo' arrested

The suspected leader of the Gulf Cartel, Mario Cardenas Guillen, or 'El Gordo,' was arrested in northeastern Mexico on Monday. ... Read more»

Comic:

Mexico: Money, drugs and guns

We're the consumers and we're supplying the money and guns, says Mexico's President Felipe Calderon. Hard to argue with that!... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Street car delivery may be delayed a year, says Kozachik

Interviews with Tucson Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Kozachik, Habistore manager Terry Dee, developer and City Hall commentator Richard Studwell, and Ann-Eve Pedersen, chairwoman of the Quality Education and Jobs committee.... Read more»1

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Food Bank launches Hunger Action Month

Interviews with Bill Carnegie of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, financial planner Shelly Fishman, and Tom Collier, consumer affairs contributor.... Read more»

5 county roads closed by rains

Nearly 30 Pima County roadways remain affected by recent rainstorms, and five are closed Tuesday morning. Here's the list:... Read more»

Mexican president defends war against drug cartels

Mexican President Felipe Calderon defended his war against the country's powerful drug cartels, saying it has gotten results. ... Read more»2

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Tucson still in contention for F-35 training

Interviews with James Kelley, a GOP candidate for the Board of Supervisors, along with Don Loose, legal advisor to John C. Scott Show, and former GOP congressional hopeful Dave Sitton, who's a member of the Pima County Sports Hall of Fame... Read more»

Comic: Law enforcement

A Tale of Two Sheriffs

Friday was a big day for two high-profile Arizona sheriffs, as both Joe Arpiao and Paul Babeu were cleared of wrongdoing by federal and state investigators.... Read more»

Tucson shooting survivors deliver gun-control petition to Holder

A dozen survivors and family members from last year’s Tucson shooting that killed six people and injured 13 met this week with Attorney General Eric Holder to urge stricter federal regulations on gun sales.... Read more»

City set to fire another transportation worker, discipline others

The City of Tucson is moving to fire another employee in the Transportation Department, and will discipline several others, according to a memo from the city manager. A source said the moves follow an investigation into Internet porn viewed on city computers.... Read more»2

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