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Tucson Helping Kids Get Calls From Santa Claus

Last day for parents to request a call from St. Nick is Nov. 30.

Novel Topic, Campaign Announcement Slow NAFTA Talks, Expert Says

Round 5 of negotiations wraps up, leaving skepticism the deal will conclude in 2018.

$48K to Settle Accusations Against Rep. Grijalva

The Southern Arizona Democrat was reportedly accused of creating a hostile work environment.

Sales Tax for Roads? You Can Weigh In

Pima County committee holds hearings on sales-tax proposal for fixing bad roads.

Groups Sue Forest Service Over Rosemont Copper Mine Decision

Environmental groups say Coronado NF Supervisor's Record of Decision came prematurely.

Border Patrol Hosts 'Coffee With a Cop' Event in Tucson

Agents and residents enjoy the opportunity to get to know each other on a personal level.

Grijalva: Politicians Have a Responsibility to 'Right the Ship'

The Arizona Congressman says retirement is not in the near future.

Pima County: Don't Dump Thanksgiving Grease Down the Drain

Grease can clog pipes and create a mess for you and your neighbors.

Pima Supervisors Talk Road-Repairs Tax, Back National Carbon Fee

Supes ask that county staff study the feasibility of swapping a property tax to repair roads for a sales tax.

Grijalva: Sexual Harassment Training a Start, But Not Enough

A system that investigates and enforces consequences is necessary, the congressman said.

Arizona Voters Would Say Resounding 'Yes' to Soda Tax, Poll Suggests

The survey showed the hypothetical tax to raise education funds would pass with a near 2-to-1 margin.

Salt River Project's Brenda Burman Confirmed as Head of US Reclamation Bureau

She will be the first woman commissioner in the agency's 115-year history.

Arizona Supreme Court Upholds Medicaid Expansion Fee

The justices ruled the money, which helps cover cost of 400K Medicaid recipients, is not a tax.

Coronado National Forest Offers Permits to Gather Dead Trees for Firewood

Households limited to a single permit, allowing up to two cords of wood to be harvested.

Civil Rights Scorecard Gives TPD Failing Grade in Body-Cam Footage Review

Tucson Police allow officers to review footage before writing report.

Forest Fees May Go Up For Some Camping, Day-Use Sites

Proposed increase in fees would help maintain recreational sites

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