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Ducey campaign double reports $1.1 million in contributions

Campaign finance reports summarizing the money raised and spent by Arizona political committees during 2017 show more than $1 million in contributions that have been double reported because of how money raised by Gov. Doug Ducey’s joint fundraising committee has been documented.... Read more»

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Starbucks announces 31-ounce Trenta

Trenta is 30 in Italian, but if you think you'll never need to know that you could be wrong. Starbucks is testing 31-ounce iced coffee and teas in Phoenix and they're called, you guessed it, Trenta.... Read more»

Museum of Contemporary Art

MOCA opens to public Saturday

On Saturday, MOCA opens its new, permanent home to the public with "Made in Tucson/Born in Tucson/Live in Tucson." ... Read more»

When nature calls

Closed rest areas have Az drivers tied in knots

With nearly 75 percent of Arizona rest stops closed, travelers – and politicians – are asking for help.... Read more»


Hit and run kills pedestrian in Midtown

A hit and run driver claimed the life of a Tucson man Thursday night, said a Tucson Police spokeswoman.... Read more»

Az legislature

Senate gives preliminary OK to bill banning texting while driving

The state Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to a bill that would outlaw text messaging while driving and hit offenders with a minimum fine of $50.... Read more»

Arizona State Parks

Senate OKs bill to allow local gov'ts, businesses state parks

The state Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would allow local governments, private companies and American Indian tribes to temporarily take over operations and management of state parks.... Read more»

Proposal for public notices committee clears Az House

The state House passed a bill Wednesday that would establish a committee to examine the most cost efficient and effective ways for local governments to publish legal notices as required by statute.... Read more»

Women in the workforce

Motherhood and the workplace: Is it getting better?

When Annabelle Kipnis started working in retail 15 years ago, she found that the workplace isn’t always kind to women. ... Read more»


Heads up for Friday fighter jet basing meeting

A Friday meeting will be the final opportunity to have the Air Force respond in writing to questions on basing the new F-35 at TIA.... Read more»1

State horse bill rides through Legislature

If bill passes, the colonial Spanish horse would join a list of state emblems that includes an official fossil (petrified wood), amphibian (tree frog) and neckwear (bola tie).... Read more»1


Friki Tiki festival hits 4th Ave. on Friday

Friki Tiki is a three-day event featuring group rides, meetups and a six band bill Saturday at The Hut. It's time to embrace your inner 60s mod, freak or beatnik.... Read more»

La Fiesta de los Vaqueros

Rodeo photo roundup (2010)

Cowboys, cowgirls and fans have celebrated La Fiesta de los Vaqueros for 85 years. The Tucson Rodeo has grown to be one the the top 25 in North America. Photographer Will Seberger was on the scene, getting dusty and muddy so you don't have to.... Read more»

Arizona Senate

Antenori moving to the Senate

State Rep. Frank Antenori will replace Jonathan Paton as the state senator from District 30.... Read more»


Man charged in two Monday shooting deaths

A man has been charged with 2 counts of first degree murder in the Monday shootings of two men standing in a Midtown front yard, said a Tucson Police spokesman.... Read more»


Woman shot while walking dog on far East Side

A woman out walking her dog was shot Monday on the far East Side, according to a Sheriff's Department spokeswoman.... Read more»

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