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In a gesture of solidarity between Tucson and Newtown, a banner covered with messages from Southern Arizonans was sent to Connecticut after the second anniversary of the Jan. 8 shootings. The banner was hung from a railroad bridge on Church Hill Road, which leads to Sandy Hook Elementary School, in January 2013.

In the wake of the Dec. 14, 2012, school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, thousands of Tucsonans wrote personal notes of support and caring on a 75-foot banner that was sent to Connecticut and hung over a Newtown roadway. Read more»

A 'We're with you Newtown. From your friends in Tucson, Arizona' banner was inscribed with thousands of messages.

A day of smiles and sunshine is how many Tucsonans spent Saturday, in a moving memorial to the victims of the Jan. 8, 2011 shootings meant to lift both feet and spirits. The mayor Zumba'd up a sweat, thousands wrote messages to be delivered to Newtown, Conn., and U.S. Rep. Ron Barber said he recalls the attack like clockwork every Saturday. (with video) Read more» 1

Hikers spent Saturday morning on the Davidson Canyon Trail to honor the victims of the Jan. 8, 1010 Safeway shootings.

Hikers gathered in small groups across Southern Arizona on Saturday to hit the trails in tribute to 24 people shot at a Tucson grocery store two years ago. Read more»