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Hot, hot, hot: Weather Service issues advisory as temps top 105

Thermometers in Southern Arizona are expected to top 105 degrees Monday, with some hitting 108, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory. The low-down: stay in the shade if you can't stay indoors.... Read more»

Report: States exonerate 2,000 people in last 23 years

The University of Michigan Law School and the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law on Monday released the first national registry of exoneration cases with data on more than 2,000 cases from the last 23 years. ... Read more»

Why Obama's Iran strategy is the best way forward

Even though halting Iran’s nuclear weapon ambitions is an urgent priority, there is time for a disciplined approach and a serious and determined effort to resolve the situation diplomatically.... Read more»

Coffee drinkers live longer, study says

A study by researchers at the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Md., has found that coffee drinkers live longer than people who avoid coffee.... Read more»1

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Small Biz Week: Buy local, eat local, read local

It's Small Business Week and TucsonSentinel.com is asking for your help. Our goal is to reflect our community, inform our community and to build community. As a locally owned small business, we can't do that without your help.... Read more»

Study: Pollution in thunderclouds worsens global warming

A new study said that pollution causes thunderclouds to spread and trap more heat from high in the atmosphere, and that heat drives temperatures up in the climate worsening global warming.... Read more»

Obama, Dems dominate GOP in April fundraising

The Obama campaign and the Democratic National Committee outraised Romney and the Republican National Committee by a nearly 2-1 margin in April.... Read more»

Health care spending driven by higher prices in downturn

Higher prices charged by hospitals, outpatient centers and other providers drove up health care spending at double the rate of inflation during the economic downturn– even as patients consumed less medical care overall.... Read more»

Traffic restrictions for Modern Streetcar Project

The Modern Streetcar Project is continuing with additional traffic closures Downtown and around Fourth Avenue and the University of Arizona.... Read more»

Stegeman relinquishing TUSD president post

TUSD board president Mark Stegeman said Sunday night that he will pass that leadership post to another member of the district's Governing Board. He said he would remain on the school board, but give up the post by June 30.... Read more»

Zetas cartel leader arrested in killings of 49

Daniel Elizondo, a leader of the Zetas drug cartel in Mexico, was arrested in connection to the killings of 49 people whose decapitated and dismembered corpses were found dumped next to a highway last week.... Read more»

Fourth army officer held in Mexico drug cartel probe

A fourth high-ranking Mexican military officer has been arrested as part of an investigation into alleged army links to drug cartels.... Read more»

NATO withdrawal brings fears of civil war in Aghanistan

NATO states now meeting in Chicago are reaffirming the departure of foreign combat troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014. But many Afghans have little faith in their own security forces.... Read more»

Saguaro Nat'l Park, UA centers prime spots for eclipse viewing

The sky will darken early over Tucson on Sunday with the first solar eclipse viewable in the United States in 18 years, and Saguaro National Park and the University of Arizona are offering prime viewing.... Read more»

Chrysler recalls 87,000 Jeeps

Chrysler has some bad news for people who bought a Jeep in 2010: the car you've been driving around town for the past two years might randomly catch on fire. ... Read more»

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