Jan. 8 autopsy gag order request
Federal prosecutors have asked that the autopsies of the victims of the Jan. 8 mass shooting not be released, and that the medical examiner not speak to the media.
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Former Wildcat Sabrina Enciso made 14 appearances and scored a goal as Club América made a run to the league championship this past weekend. Plus, FC Tucson women play Royals FC; men face Seahorses Read more»
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