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Ann Day

A community park near the Foothills Mall has been renamed for former Pima County Supervisor Ann Day, who was killed one month ago in a car crash allegedly caused by a drunk driver. Northwest Community Park is now called Ann Day Community Park after a unanimous vote by the county board. Read more»

Ann Day

A public memorial service has been scheduled for Saturday for former Pima County Supervisor Ann Day, who was killed in a weekend car crash allegedly caused by a drunk driver. Read more»

Jarrad Barnes

The man who was behind the wheel of a car that crossed a median and struck the car driven by Ann Day, killing the former Pima County supervisor, has been arrested and charged with manslaughter and DUI. Jarrad Barnes, 24, was released from the hospital Saturday night and booked into the Pima County Jail Read more»

Ann Day

Ann Day, part of a ranching family that left a political impact on Southern Arizona and the nation, was killed in a car crash on East Ina Road on Saturday morning. Read more»

Pima County has resolved to start 2013 free of tobacco. A strict smoking ban goes into effect Tuesday - county-owned properties will be tobacco and smoke-free. Read more»

Tucson lawyer Nicholas Fontana was chosen Monday by the Pima County Board of Supervisors to replace former state Rep. Daniel Patterson, who resigned earlier this month. Read more»

The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted 5 – 0 to convert fields at the Kino Sports Complex from baseball to soccer. Read more»

Businessman Mike Hellon has declared his candidacy for the Pima County Board of Supervisors seat being vacated by the retiring Ann Day. Hellon is a former head of the state Republican Party. Read more»