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McCain at an October town hall.

U.S. Sen. John McCain held an apparent invite-only discussion in Tucson on Monday morning, although the event was billed as a "town hall." The 10:30 a.m. event was held at the headquarters of Unisource Energy, and reportedly included about 30 people. At least one interested in attending, perennial Green Party candidate Dave Croteau, was not allowed to enter. Read more»

A debate between Democratic Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik and challengers Mark Napier, a Republican, and the Green Party's Dave Croteau. Plus, Desert Garden host Phil Seader talked about Operation Clean Sweep. Read more» 8

The five candidates vying in the Republican primary for Pima County Sheriff have been invited to debate Wednesday by the Tucson Tea Party Patriots. Read more»

Guadalupe Barrios, 25, was charged with resisting arrest and obstructing a government operation, in addition to obstructing the sidewalk.

A day after being told to leave DeAnza Park, 21 Occupy Tucson campers were arrested by Tucson police Thursday morning. City officials cited increasing disturbances and calls to police for the move. Read more» 5

Occupy Tucson protesters set up camp on an easement just outside DeAnza Park on Feb. 2.

Occupy Tucson campers have been told by Tucson Police to vacate DeAnza Park by Thursday. City officials cited increasing disturbances and calls to police for the move. Occupiers were to meet Wednesday evening to plan their response. Read more» 1

Tucson police ordered Occupy Tucson protesters from a downtown park Wednesday night after a critic of the camp rented the park. About 100 protesters removed tents and personal belongings from Veinte de Agosto Park as officers looked on. There was one arrest. (with video) Read more» 8

Still haven't filled out your mail-in ballot for the city primary elections? Don't bring it to the post office; at this point, you'll have to deliver it by hand for it to be counted. The deadline to return ballots to the city clerk is 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Read more»

It's a Green Party mayoral candidates debate with Dave Croteau and Mary DeCamp. Read more»