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Shearer: GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters roughs up 73-year-old Dem. protester in Green Valley

Peter Jackson expected to ruffle some feathers when he showed up at a Republican event in Green Valley on Saturday wearing a “Jail Trump” hat and a “Black Lives Matter” t-shirt. What he didn’t expect was to be on the receiving end of a right hook by an upset woman, knocked to the ground by a U.S. Senate candidate, and tossed into the breezeway, where he laid on the sidewalk injured until deputies arrived.... Read more»9

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Virtual debate series for Arizona Legislature candidates starts next week

Candidates for the Arizona Legislature will make their cases during a series of primary debates hosted by the Clean Elections Commission. The online events, organized by district, will run from June through early July.... Read more»

Sentenced to 6 mos. for tax fraud, ex-judge Keith Bee is 'indigent' but still owns $3 million in luxury homes

Keith Bee, a former Pima justice of the peace, was sentenced Wednesday to six months for filing a false tax return. Described as "indigent," Bee still has $3 million in luxury homes in his name, and statements made by his attorney indicate he may not have been legally eligible to serve on the bench.... Read more»

Man convicted for years-long harassment of Judge Ray Carroll

Green Valley real estate agent Michael Scaramella was sentenced to 30 days of home detention for continuing to menace Justice of the Peace Ray Carroll, despite a court order to stay away from the former county supervisor.... Read more»

Pima County issues regs for restaurants reopening after CV-19 shutdowns

Pima County has adopted temporary measures for the reopening of restaurants, gyms, pools, spas and venues. The county vote established 15 mandatory health guidelines and two recommendations for restaurants, including allowing outdoor expansions.... Read more»

Guest opinion

Stemming coronavirus outbreak in Pima County requires more public data

An effective public health campaign to slow the spread of coronavirus requires more precise information about where cases are cropping up in Pima County, virus researcher Dr. Michele Manos tells the Board of Supervisors.... Read more»

Green Valley eviction cases can no longer be filed in Tucson court

Starting March 1, Green Valley residents facing eviction will no longer have to travel to Tucson to plead their cases, after Justice of the Peace Ray Carroll argued for a change in filing procedures.... Read more»

McSally staffers to hold 'mobile office hours' in Bisbee, Green Valley, Sahuarita

Staffers for U.S. Sen. Martha McSally will be on hand Wednesday in Bisbee and Thursday in Green Valley and Sahuarita to assist constituents with questions about government agencies.... Read more»

McSally staffers to hold 'mobile office hours' in Green Valley, Sahuarita

Staffers for U.S. Sen. Martha McSally will be on hand Thursday to assist constituents in Green Valley and Sahuarita with questions about government agencies.... Read more»

McSally staffers to hold 'mobile office hours' in Green Valley, Sahaurita

Staffers for U.S. Sen. Martha McSally will be on hand Thursday to assist constituents in Green Valley and Sahuarita with questions about government agencies.... Read more»

Pence pushes trade deal, quiet on border security in Southern Arizona swing

Vice President Mike Pence touted President Trump's trade deal with Mexico and Canada during a speech in Southern Arizona on Thursday, calling on Congress to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada agreement.... Read more»

Pence visit with McSally closes I-19 between Tucson, Green Valley

Interstate 19 will be closed between Tucson and Green Valley for much of Thursday afternoon due to the visit to a Caterpillar facility by Vice President Mike Pence, authorities said.... Read more»

VP Pence to travel to Green Valley, Phoenix to bolster McSally

Vice President Mike Pence will join Sen. Martha McSally in Arizona this week at a series of private events in Green Valley, Phoenix and Scottsdale, including a fundraiser and a trade speech at a Caterpillar facility south of Tucson.... Read more»

Green Valley group: Climate change shouldn't be political

Views on climate change – from the extent of the problem to what actions should be taken – can become politically partisan in the blink of an eye. But the Santa Cruz Valley Climate Coalition is trying to raise awareness without getting bogged down in politics.... Read more»

Victim, suspect argued on phone seconds before fatal I-19 shooting

A California man accused of shooting a Tucson woman to death in Green Valley on Saturday night was arguing on the phone with her seconds before the incident, authorities said.... Read more»

Tucson woman dies following I-19 shooting Saturday in Green Valley

A 29-year-old man and his 3-year-old daughter survived Saturday's shooting on Interstate 19 in Green Valley, but a 25-year-old woman from Tucson was pronounced dead at Banner University Medical Center.... Read more»

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