When it comes to the 2010 Census figures for Tombstone, there's bad news and then more bad news. The population dropped by 8.24 percent over the last decade—from 1,504 to 1,380—and with that drop will come a significant reduction in funds from the state. Read more» 1
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Just hours after the Jan. 8 assassination attempt on U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said he believed lax gun laws and violent political rhetoric contributed to the shootings, and he referred to Arizona as the "Tombstone of the United States." Read more»