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Arts & Entertainment  

Hundreds herd downtown for food truck roundup

The aroma of fried funnel cake, smoky barbecue and roasting corn wafted through the air as hundreds of people and more than 25 trucks showed up for Tucson Food Trucks' fifth gathering on Sunday.... Read more»3

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Napolitano touts border crackdown, urges Dream Act support

Calling the nation’s immigration laws “sorely outdated and in need of revision,” Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano pressed Monday for passage of the DREAM Act, saying it is the most-urgently needed change to immigration policy.... Read more»2

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MLSers and FC Tucson announce 'soccer month'

MLS players C. J. Sapong and Jon Busch joined their coaches and FC Tucson staff to announce a series of local soccer-related events in a press conference at Desert Diamond Casino on Tuesday. Plus: no WPS this year?... Read more»3

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Arizona felons have steep path to restore voting rights

Under Arizona law, repeat offenders must wait two years to apply for restoration to the county court that sentenced them. They must have completed their sentence, parole and probation time and paid all fines and restitution. It’s then up to a judge to accept or deny their request.... Read more»9

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