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Heat advisory: Mercury could hit 112 west of Tucson

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Tuesday for western Pima County, central Pinal County and the Tohono O'odham Nation, including Ajo, the Picacho Peak area and Eloy.... Read more»1

Beware spam from Pima County servers

The Pima County IT department is warning about spam sent from county servers after a computer attack Wednesday. Recipients of county emails that offer a prize or request personal info should delete them immediately.... Read more»

Pima County pools shut for season

It might still be hot outside, but in another sign that we've hit the end of summer and kids are back in school, Pima County's seasonal pools are now closed on weekdays.... Read more»

Project Bus

Sheriff: Stop for school buses - or learn expensive lesson

The Pima County Sheriff's Department is warning motorists to stop when school buses extend their stop arm. Drivers who don't can be fined $493. "Project Bus" will enforce traffic laws near school buses over the next several weeks.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: No summer water shortage, says CAP board member

To kick off the show, Bill talked with Carol Zimmerman, Pima County representative on the Central Arizona Project Board of Directors.... Read more»

Toss old medicines, chemicals at Saturday's Dispose-a-Med

Don't flush those old pills or dump your old paint down the drain. Save Southern Arizona waterways from contamination by bringing your old medicines and household chemicals to a Dispose-a-Med event on Saturday.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Proposed Foothills development draws sharp opposition from Pima County

Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll sits down with Bill to discuss a proposed commercial development in the Tucson Foothills and the ongoing controversy surrounding Rosemont Mine. ... Read more»

Foreclosure prevention workshop Saturday

Concerned about losing your home to a foreclosure? Pima County is sponsoring a free foreclosure prevention workshop Saturday.... Read more»

County to weigh new redistricting maps Thursday

Thursday is one of Pima County residents' last chances to have a say on the county's redistricting plan, which is based on new U.S. Census numbers.... Read more»

Pima County reopens trails, parks after rains dampen fire risk

Trails leading to the Coronado National Forest were reopened by Pima County on Tuesday, after they were closed June 9 because of the fire danger. The trails were reopened after monsoon rains reduced the risk of wildfires.... Read more»

Life expectancy varies widely between Arizona counties

A study on life expectancy shows "big extremes" between Arizona counties, with residents of some counties likely to live more than seven years longer than residents in others.... Read more»

Fireworks banned in Pima County, say supes

Fourth of July will have a bit less bang and sizzle in Pima County this year. Citing the high fire danger, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved an emergency ban on the use of fireworks. All violators will be arrested and booked into jail.... Read more»

Smart v. Stupid

Oasis of brilliance in Arizona’s desert full of crazy

Jimmy Zuma breaks down the Baja Arizona movement: Arizona steps out in front with a smart new public policy idea. It's an idea that's even bigger than anyone guesses.... Read more»2

Fire danger closes Pima County trails

Pima County is closing several county trails due to elevated fire dangers in Arizona. ... Read more»

Sabino Canyon and Catalina Hwy partly open

Parts of Sabino Canyon remain open, despite the closing of the Coronado National Forest because of the fire danger. The Catalina Highway is open to visitors to Summerhaven and Ski Valley, but most of Mount Lemmon is closed.... Read more»

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