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Raúl Alcaraz Ochoa leads cheers and slogans during the protest, where nearly 200 arrived to vent their frustration at the deportation of thousands and the enforcement of Arizona's SB 1070.

Humanitarians along the border protested Operation Streamline; law enforcement reports meth (and chicken) seizures are up; rumors swirl around President Obama's immigration bill and the possible shooting death of Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Read more»

The Tucson Police Department and the Pima County Sheriff's Department are accepting applications from those interested in law-enforcement careers. Read more»

The Ghost Ranch Lodge was in the midst of renovations during last year's tour. The newly renovated motel is on among this year's stops.

The 5th Annual Historic Miracle Mile Open House and Tour kicks off Friday night with a sock hop and neon-sign lighting at Pima Community College's Downtown Campus. Read more» 1

The Tucson Police Department is looking for a few good men and women to bolster its ranks. The department has been in the process of recruiting future officers since Feb. 3 for their July and October academies. Read more»

A small group of Occupy Tucson members set up a few tents and an information table at DeAnza Park on Thursday.

Some Occupy Tucson members plan to regroup at a city park when they put up tents and plan to sleep at DeAnza Park, but the City of Tucson says members face arrest. Read more» 2

The actors of HotshotPerformer.com burst out of the Hotel Congress in a flurry of gunfire during Saturday's Dillinger Days' performance.

Hotel Congress took a step back in time to celebrate Dillinger Days, an annual tradition marking the 1934 fire at the hotel that sparked the events leading to the capture of America's Public Enemy No. 1, John Dillinger, and his gang in Tucson. Read more»

Police say this man robbed a Midtown credit union Friday.

Tucson police are seeking information about a man who robbed the Tucson Federal Credit Union at 3801 E. Speedway on Friday. Has the same robber hit the Midtown credit union twice within weeks? Read more»

Bryan Lamar Lee is believed to have participated in the killing of Jordan Peterson.

An arrest warrant has been issued for a 21-year-old man in connection with the killing of Jordan "JP" Peterson, who went missing in November. Read more» 1

Jordan A. 'JP' Peterson

Tucson Police Department detectives have tentatively identified remains found in the Pinal County desert as missing 21-year-old Jordan A. "JP" Peterson. Read more»

Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 1,300 pounds of marijuana and arrested two gang members in separate incidents. Read more»

A section of downtown was closed to traffic Wednesday afternoon following reports of a suspicious box truck in the area of Broadway Boulevard and Scott Avenue, a Tucson Police Department spokeswoman said. Read more»

Tucson Police Department Officer Stacey Morrison-Wheeler

In what a departmental press release characterized as a DUI arrest, an off-duty Tucson Police officer was arrested early Saturday following a two-vehicle accident at South Freeway and West Silverlake Road. Read more»

Tucson Police Department posted this video on July 27 of a collision at Valencia Boulevard and Nogales Highway.

The Tucson Police Department has joined YouTube with its own channel, TucsonAZPD that builds on its other social media sites. Read more»

Police across the city conducted a sweep for suspects with outstanding warrants for larceny suspects, arresting about 20, a department spokesman said. The suspects were difficult to track down; "It turns out thieves are also liars," a detective said. Read more»

A suspicious package was discovered at about 5 p.m. by a Tucson Police Department officer assigned to a vigil at Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' office, 1661 N. Swan Rd., said a police spokesman. Read more»

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