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One of Tucson's first red light cameras, in 2008.

Two years after falling well short of the number of required signatures, opponents of Tucson's red-light cameras have filed enough petitions to force the City Council to either pull the traffic-control devices or put the matter before voters in November. Read more» 3

A former Redflex Traffic Systems executive has accused the company of lavishing “gifts and bribes” on government officials in Arizona and 12 other states. Read more»

Pima County's 20 speed enforcement cameras are no longer snapping down on fast drivers, and traffic sensors show that recorded speeding incidents have spiked as much as 1,000 percent in locations that had been covered by the devices. Read more» 1

An attempt to put a ban on Tucson's traffic cameras on November's ballot has fallen short, with an audit showing petition organizers failed to gather enough valid signatures for the initiative to make the ballot. Read more» 1

Rep. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, shown in this 2011 photo, has introduced a bill that would outlaw any substance that distorts license plates.

State Rep. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, is renewing a push to ban license plate coverings that thwart photo enforcement cameras, saying the products endanger the public and law-breakers alike. Read more» 3

One of Tucson's first red light cameras, in 2008.

The red light cameras at the intersection of Broadway and Craycroft Road will go live at noon on Friday, the Tucson Police Department said. Read more» 1

One of Tucson's first red light cameras, in 2008.

Errant motorists snapped by the photo enforcement cameras at the intersection of Grant and Swan roads will receive citations beginning Friday. Read more» 4

The traffic cameras at the intersection of Grant and Swan roads will be switched on at noon Friday. Beginning Dec. 3, red-light runners and speeders captured by the cameras will receive traffic citations. Read more»