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Vaccinations at Tucson Medical Center on Jan. 15, 2021.

Triple-digit afternoon heat means Pima County mobile COVID-19 vaccination sites will pause in the afternoons, with early morning and late evening shots available instead. Read more»

Under a new state law, Arizonans with criminal records for marijuana possession have a chance to have their records expunged, and those who lost their civil rights because of a felony conviction can have their voting and gun rights quickly restored. Read more»

Vaccinations at Tucson Medical Center on Jan. 15, 2021.

Las vacunas ahora están disponible en las tres principales clínicas de salud del condado de Pima y ofrecen vacunas de lunas a viernes a partir del lunes con la expectiva de extender las horas más tarde en el mes. Read more»

Vaccinations at Tucson Medical Center on Jan. 15, 2021.

Pima County's three main public clinics have begun offering vaccines at their sites Monday- Friday, with appointments available daily — and some walk-in shots available. Read more»

Tucson residents worried about being evicted during the pandemic can access resources like rental assistance, vaccinations, pet food and information on paying overdue utilities at an information fair Tuesday, June 8. Read more»

The Santa Catalina Mountains were covered with snow after a winter storm swung through Tucson Monday night.

Tucson will see temperatures rise and fall through February, but this winter will stay warmer and drier than normal as the last quarter of a La Niña winter continues — the two feet of fresh snow atop Mt. Lemmon aside. Read more»

CBP Officer Jose Rosalio Fuentes was sentenced last week to 30 months in prison for taking a $6,000 bribe to let a foreign national with a felony record cross into the United States in Nogales Read more»

CBP opened a new facility at Tucson's airport to host enrollment in programs like Global Entry and SENTRI. But those Trusted Traveler interview slots are already filled up until April, officials said. Read more»

A voter enters a polling place at the Himmel Park library on Tuesday.

While a majority of votes will be counted by Tuesday night in Arizona, high turnout may mean some close races won't be called for days as more ballots are reviewed under election security measures, Pima County officials said. Read more»

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