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It's been two years since TucsonSentinel.com hit the Internet, two years of long hours, quick lunches and lengthy City Council meetings. Since our launch, we've gained a reputation - both local and national - as the news website that gets it first, and gets it right. Some two-year-olds are just learning to walk. I believe we're hitting our stride. Read more»

Readers and supporters of TucsonSentinel.com are invited to join our staff Wednesday evening at the Shanty, as we celebrate the holidays and Bill of Rights Day. Read more»

The Stars and Stripes flying over the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

TucsonSentinel.com will observe two minutes of silence at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11 in recognition of the sacrifices of those who have served the United States and our allies, their families, and those who paid the ultimate price in war. Read more»

Local indie publishers banded together at a conference at Chicago's Loyola University.

A group of local independent online news publishers from across the country—including TucsonSentinel.com— agreed to found a trade group while attending a conference in Chicago on Friday. Read more»

A Q&A with TucsonSentinel.com's editor and publisher was posted Tuesday by Block by Block, a national network of online news pioneers. The interview was prompted by the layoff of 52 employees at the Star; questions centered around our place in the local media landscape. Read more»

In case you missed it, yours truly pontificated for Fox 11 on the layoffs at the Daily Star last week. Read more»

Flowers lie in an Oslo street the day after bombing and shooting attacks killed nearly a hundred people.

The bombing and shooting attacks in Norway that killed more than 90 people and injured nearly 100 were initially suspected to have been the work of foreign terrorists. But nearly all terrorism — whether it's in Oslo, Oklahoma City or Tucson — is homegrown. Read more»

TucsonSentinel.com has joined the Investigative News Network, a national organization of more than 50 nonprofit, nonpartisan news organizations that produce high-quality journalism. Read more»

TucsonSentinel.com is a local independent nonprofit news organization that offers professional unbiased reporting and engaging community conversation on issues that affect Tucson. We pledge transparency and accountability so that you can rely on what you read. Read more»

British photojournalist and film maker Tim Hetherington takes cover as a U.S. Black Hawk helicopter lands on a rooftop in Afghanistan's Korengal Valley, 2007.

At a service for Tim Hetherington in Manhattan this week, journalists paid tribute to the bonds formed in the field. Read more»

The end of the last press run of the Tucson Citizen, for the final edition, May 16, 2009

I've got one of those calendars atop my monitor, the type you find in banks, with metal tiles for the days of the week, dates and month. One side I keep up to date. The other, no matter the date, says "Fri May 15." That's the last day the newsroom of the Tucson Citizen was filled with hustle and bustle. Read more»

Every Feb. 2, it's time for the obligatory Groundhog Day story. Here in the Sentinel newsroom, we'd rather watch the same old Youtube videos than check whether some rodent is having a bad hair day. Enjoy! Read more»

First responders listen to President Obama's speech at the memorial service.

Cable news commentators, many from Fox News, have laid into Wednesday's memorial service organizers and attendees alike.You know what, Brit Hume? The satellite trucks are pulling out of town, the last medical briefing has been given, the media are moving on to the next big story. We're the ones who remain. Read more»

"We need to put the guns down. Just as importantly we need to put the gun metaphors away and permanently," Keith Olbermann commented on the attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. Watch the video. Read more»

MSNBC's "Countdown" lifted a quote — without credit — about Fox News misinforming voters from a TucsonSentinel.com columnist Friday night. Read more»

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