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Due to "critical" overcrowding at the shelter, the Pima Animal Care Center will be offering $10 adoption fees for all pets — including puppies and kittens — through September 11. Read more»

Jennifer Neustadter, PACC licensing supervisor, worked with Comstock to make arrangements for cooper to get home.

Jaylene Comstock's Yorkshire terrier, Cooper, was stolen from his Nampa, Idaho, home more than three months ago. The pair will be reunited Wednesday after Cooper was tracked down in Tucson, and his identity confirmed by checking a microchip implant. Read more»

Interviews with Local First Arizona's Tucson membership coordinator, Deanna Chevas, plus Tucson Weekly Editor Dan Gibson, Tucson Padres GM Mike Feder, Pima Animal Care Center Shelter Manager Justin Gallick, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and reporter Jeff Demand on the Yarnell fire. Read more»

What's on your pup's playlist?

The Pima Animal Care Center has collected $10,000 in donations to install a sound system to play relaxing classical music for the stray and unwanted animals awaiting adoption in the Pima County kennel. Read more»